Review – Wolf Leader (Arctic Brotherhood #6) by Jane Godman

November 11, 2017 Review 0

Review – Wolf Leader (Arctic Brotherhood #6) by Jane Godman

Their sworn enemy is dead, but the Arctic Brotherhood can’t relax. Fenrir, the Norse god of destruction is still determined to destroy the world. Vigo Durand agrees to lead the team against the most feared werewolf the world has ever known, but dark secrets from his past are threatening to catch up with him.

Amber Merova has been on the run for the last five years ago. When she meets Vigo, her werewolf mating impulse almost overwhelms her human instinct for survival. Almost. Feisty, determined, and hostile, Amber initially turns down Vigo’s offer to stay with the Brotherhood. When it looks like the men who murdered her pack have caught up with her, she has no choice but to take his offer of protection.

Both seem damaged beyond repair, but, as they work together to bring down Fenrir, they discover hidden ties that bind them together. Before they can look to the future, they must unravel the mysteries of the past.

Title: Wolf Leader
Author: Jane Godman
Other books by this author that we've reviewed: An Improper Lady, Ice Wolf, Shadow Wolf, Storm Wolf
Series: Arctic Brotherhood
Other books in this series that we've reviewed: Ice Wolf, Shadow Wolf, Storm Wolf, Wolf Slayer
Published by Swerve
Source: Publisher
Published: November 7th 2017
Genres: Paranormal Romance
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Stars: four-stars
Flames: three-flames
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Awe…say it isn’t so…I guess all good things must come to an end. Alas, this is the sixth and final installment to this Brotherhood series and it’s bitter sweet.

Amber is an Arctic wolf. But she’s not just any Arctic wolf. She’s been on the run for the past six years, after other Arctic wolves hunted down her family and killed them. Now that she’s been on the run, she hasn’t trusted anyone and has lived a solitary life away from packs, even though she’s lived in a remote area among humans. That’s all about to change when the Brotherhood steps off a plane and Amber is immediately hit with the “mate” bug. What the heck is happening and why the heck does she suddenly feel like she needs to be a part of the pack all of sudden?

Vigo is the healer of the Brotherhood. He’s also the last one standing, without a mate. That is until he walks off a plane and locks eyes with a female he’s never seen before. Now Gunnar (the Tyr God) is telling him that she’s the newest member of the Brotherhood? Great. This should be interesting… Add in the little fact that the Brotherhood is planning a mission to final destroy Fenrir and all hell’s about to break loose. Literally, if the God of destruction has anything to say about it.

The Brotherhood was forced to make a tough decision in ending Fenrir’s life once and for all. But the mission doesn’t go quite as planned. Having two new members on the team didn’t make things easier, especially considering one was the mate of Vigo who was leading the group. This mission was more about feelings than anything else. And when you think it’s over, it’s only just begun. Because NO ONE can guess what’s going to happen next. To say I was surprised is an understatement.

Like I mentioned earlier, this was a bitter sweet end for me. I’ve grown to love each of every one of these guys, diving in to each of their lives, making me feel somewhat of a member of “their” pack. So reading this last installment was a little hard for me (I can only imagine how hard it was for the author to write). You’ll always be “seven, and only seven” to me.

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