By Cherise Sinclair
After years in foster care, Breanne Gallagher has the stable life she’s always wanted, living with her foster-sister, working as a chef, enjoying her comfortable routines. Then one devastating night, a hellish creature invades her apartment and shatters her fragile existence. Shifting between monster and man, it slaughters her foster sister and assaults Bree. Alone, wounded, her beloved home tainted by gruesome memories, Bree flees to a tiny wilderness town, following her only clue to her past.
Shapeshifting warriors, Zeb and Shay move from one pack to another, hunting the hellhounds which prey on their kind. Assigned to Cold Creek, they take over management of a decrepit fishing lodge for their “human” cover. Their first renter is a pretty human female who trembles at the sight of them—yet stands her ground. Furious at the hurt they see in her eyes, the protective nomads are drawn into helping her. Although no shapeshifter is ever attracted to a human, her scent is oddly compelling, and her ferocious determination to conquer her fears ignites longings neither loner ever expected to face.
Bree is healing, learning to shoot the biggest pistol she can find, and overcoming her fears, especially of the two deadly, disconcertingly attractive hunters. Her life is getting back on track…until she tries to save a little girl from a hellhound and discovers everything she knows about herself is false.
Winter of the Wolf being book 2 of the Wild Hunt Legacy had everything a romantic paranormal I love had.
Zeb and Shay were totally alpha, however, they were incredibly protective of Bree and fought their way to finding a home.
Winter of the Wolf although a romance also includes a couple of side storylines. One included the local wolf pack and its dynamics and changing of the guard. The Wolf Pack runs and the interactions at these times provided great action.
At the beginning when we first meet Bree the hellhounds are introduced. Action and drama are continued throughout with Zeb and Shay hunting them down. Zeb and Shay definitely fought Bree’s demons and slowly allowed her to be able to feel safe again.
It was great to see Vicki, again and how she is adapting to her life as a shifter. When Callum assisted Bree in a heartwarming manner at her first Gathering I felt such relief for her.
Bree’s family history was interesting along with how she grew up, she had such a compassionate and nurturing personality. Personally, Bree was very easy to connect to from the first chapter. Bree cooking, caring and assisting Zeb and Shay in the lodge business was just heartwarming.
This story flowed well for me providing high and low moments. The sexual chemistry between these three was sensual, romantic but also highly erotic at times.
In conclusion, Winter of the Wolf continues the Wild Hunt Legacy series in an easy to read and was highly enjoyable.
Winter of the Wolf (The Wild Hunt Legacy #2)
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