Title: Wolf on a Mission
When love runs wild, there are no limits.
Salvation Pack, Book 6
Full-blooded werewolf Elias Gallagher, sole guardian of his half-breed teenage nephews, is all too aware that the world is not a safe place for a werewolf on his own. Doubly so for half-breeds.
He brings his nephews to North Carolina to check out the Salvation Pack’s openness to half-breeds. He never expected to find a mate—the fully human mother of a young boy—while there.
After enduring one tragedy after another over the past two years, Sue Walsh is focused solely on earning a living and raising her five-year-old son. With her ex suddenly demanding custody, the last complication she wants or needs is an attraction to a ruggedly handsome stranger.
But the sexual pull between them is too strong to be denied. And when there’s trouble with the local hunters, Elias will do whatever it takes to protect the people he loves. Even if it means revealing his biggest secret.
Warning: This book will make your heart pound with excitement, your body sizzle with anticipation and your toes curl with satisfaction. The power of love will make you believe anything is possible.
Author: N.J. Walters
Other books by this author that we've reviewed: Wild Loving, Rescuing Rory, Wolf from the Past, Wolf on the Hunt
Series: Salvation Pack #6
Other books in this series that we've reviewed: Wolf from the Past, Wolf on the Hunt
Published by Samhain Publishing Source: Publisher
Published: April 5, 2016
Genres: Paranormal Romance
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Elias is desperately trying to find a new home for him and his half-breed nephews after the death of his brother. He’s heard Salvation has a pack that is different than the others and has hope of acceptance within their pack. Sue has been through quite a bit of heartache and lost and is struggling to stay afloat while raising five-year-old son. A chance meeting between Elias and Sue sparks something between them that they never thought they would ever have. There are complications the least of which she’s human and he isn’t. They both want to protect their families, but love can’t be denied.
Love, love, love this series! Excellent characters and storytelling keep everything fresh and exciting. Sue is a previous character to the series and I’m happy to see her make a comeback. She’s sweet and caring and his the cutest little boy in Billy. Life hasn’t been kind to her and now her ex is making things difficult for her. Ugh! Now to Elias…Me. Want. Him. So sweet, so caring, and taking on the responsibilities of raising his two nephews. Lordy, who doesn’t want a man like that! They both have family obligations that pull them to do what is right yet they can’t deny the attraction they feel. Things certainly heat up when they give into their primal needs. Of course, Elias has a fairly big secret he’s keeping from her which seems to be the big focus of why he knows they shouldn’t be together. And since we KNOW there has to be a HEA I will say yes there is one, but the journey they take to get there, mums the word.
Now for all the secondary characters. The most were major players in previous titles so it was great to see them again. That is probably what makes this one of my can’t-wait-to-read series. The previous characters just don’t fade away, they have important positions within the series and keep adding to it. However, there are two new ones: twins Sage and Reece. Half-breeds in a world where half-breeds are killed by other full shifters. I see a story in their futures and can’t wait to see what becomes of them.
I’ve been following the Salvation Pack for a while now and after the last book I was really wondering how Ms. Walters was going to keep this series going. Ah…now it makes sense: A previous secondary character. Very nice way to continue the series, and in the process, introduce a few new characters that will keep the series going. Not complaining here, in fact, I’m over the moon knowing there will be future books. This is series very much worth the read. As for the author, I’m already eyeballing a few of her other series to devour. N.J. Walters has my stamp of approval.