Wednesday, June 29, 2016

Lone Wolf Dawn by Aimee Easterling


Discretion advised: This book may be unsuitable for anyone under the age of 18, due to mature themes, language and sexual content.
Title: Lone Wolf Dawn
Author: Aimee Easterling
Series: Alpha Underground
Publication Date: Jun 2016
Publisher: Wetknee Books
Age Group: 18+
Genre: Paranormal Romance
Pages: 246
Format: ePub
Source: ARC
Find the Book: Amazon | Goodreads
 

Fen is a half-werewolf who's lost her pack. All she wants is a home and an ordinary human life, which means seeking out the deadbeat mom who abandoned her a decade ago.
Her journey takes her to a simple small town that's serene on the outside yet contains a rotten core of complicated danger. A stalker, a bomb threat, and a rogue shifter keep her hopping, but Fen's greatest struggle lies within her own heart.

Will she be able mend her relationship with her mom and find a place to belong...and can she do so without risking her mother's life?


   I adore this series! I'm also sad that it is ending with the next book. Fen is such a strong character. We see her mistakes, her fears, her failures, and her insecurities, all without her seeming like a sniveling, whiny brat. Hunter is the epitome of alpha male goodness! And I don't mean goodness like "good guy" (which he is), but goodness like "YUMMY!" He's a man of few words, but they're words you sit on the edge of your seat waiting for.

   I love Aimee's writing style. It's complex yet not confusing, it tells the story without telling the story, but showing the story, and it immerses you in her world fully. It's easy to forget that you're reading it instead of living it.

   The plot was interesting, though I can't say much about it, I don't want to ruin the story! Go read it if you want to know what happens!  Appearances can certainly be deceiving and danger can come in many forms, simply put, don't overlook the details in this one!

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