Tuesday, August 18, 2015

Wolf from the Past

Author: N.J. Walters
Publisher: Samhain Publishing
ISBN/BIN: 978-1-61922-621-0
Genre: {M/F} Paranormal Series
Rating: 4.5 Nymphs
Literary Nymphs Reviewer: Dragon Minx
Release Date: 10-13-2015

Sylvie LaForge Dubois survived the last encounter with her now dead husband and spent months in hiding. Now she’s found her brother and his friends, letting them know she’s alive—and it’s harder than she imagined. It’s not just facing what happened or her brother’s pain, but seeing Gator and the way he makes her feel. After being mated to an abusive werewolf, Sylvie thought having a powerful wolf like Gator attracted to her would be scary but instead it’s thrilling.

Gator has wanted Sylvie since long before she was forced to take Andre as her mate. Now that she’s returned from the dead, he’s determined to let her know how he feels and to protect her at all costs. It might come to that when her former pack, the Louisiana Pack, learns she’s alive and they’re coming for her—dead or alive.

Wolf from the Past is release four in the Salvation Pack series by NJ Walters. The characters in these books are closely interwoven so I recommend they be read in order.

What a good addition to the series. The story caught my attention from the beginning with its fun and entertaining plot line. It’s well written, fast paced, has vivid descriptions that make the story come alive, and I enjoyed the sizzling romance between Gator and Sylvie. The world they inhabit is full of drama, action, danger and suspense and they live on the verge of being attacked at any minute by their old pack. What great world building. 

The author did a wonderful job developing the personalities of Gator and Sylvie and the plot fits perfectly into the ongoing series storyline. I enjoyed how the previous characters are utilized throughout, adding depth, and I really enjoyed learning who was helping Sylvie when she was on the run. What a surprise. I look forward to book five, even if I don’t have clue where the series is going next.

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