Some traumas are blessings in disguise.
Genre: Paranormal Romance
Book Length (Est.): 201 Pages
Maggie Sullivan is back in Wolfe Creek, determined to find out why her best friend vanished one fog-shrouded night a year ago. But it quickly becomes clear that if the folks in the secluded mountain town know what happened to her friend, they aren’t talking…
Seasoned sheriff’s deputy Koda Wolfe reluctantly agrees to help this beautiful woman, even as he tries to convince her to leave for her own good. Soon he’s compelled to protect Maggie from herself, his family’s ancient curse, and a killer who could strike again.The nights heat up in more ways than one as Maggie and Koda begin a fiery relationship. But as they delve deeper into the disappearance, the eerie woods come alive with secrets bound to tear them apart.
And someone is watching their every move…
*I received this book free from Corvisiero Literary Agency in exchange for an honest review*
When I first read the synopsis I was like “Hell ya, a sexy werewolf deputy!” but that isn’t what I got. This wasn’t the fun sexy read I thought it would be. Instead, it was more of a romantic suspense.
Maggie’s best friend disappeared into the nothingness that surrounds Wolfe Creek and a year later she’s determined to finally find out what happened to her. The only problem is that when it comes to small towns everyone knows everyone and no one wants to talk.
Koda Wolfe can’t imagine how he got wrangled into assisting Maggie with her investigation; then again he can’t imagine just ignoring her either. He’s drawn to the determined woman and no matter how hard he tries to keep his distance some things have a way of happening.
I felt the main objective in this story was finding what happened to Maggie’s friend. Everything from the creepy woods, to the less than trusting people, to the psychotic man hell bent on living out his desires surrounded the investigation. But the funny thing is that when it ends, it just kind of ends. I felt like nothing was clearly uncovered, it only leaves questions, but at the same time it wraps up the relationship between Koda and Maggie with a neat little bow.
Lone Wolfe Protector will draw in your curiosity and leave you wondering what the hell exactly happened.
“You look tired,” he said.
“That’s just a nice way of telling someone they look like crap.”
“No. You’re beautiful. But you do look tired.”
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