As we took the elevator, she asked me questions—where we were from, what we did for a living, did we have any children? I answered honestly. Clay kept quiet as we walked, but he held the door for her and checked his pace to hers. Not a bad philosophy in general.
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WrensReads Review: Elena and Clay had their twins! This couple has come such a long way and I absolutely loved this journey with them!
Sometimes though, as young parents, they need time to themselves. So when Elena is trying to tell a young mutt the danger he is in and he goes to Alaska without hearing it, the two make WrensReads Review: Elena and Clay had their twins! So when Elena is trying to tell a young mutt the danger he is in and he goes to Alaska without hearing it, the two make a trip up there together to find him and warn him. And boy, do the wolves love the snow.
We run into a lot of regular wolves and weird beast-like wolves in this book which I absolutely loved. They are kindred spirits in a lot more ways than they realize. They even run into a werewolf who lives with the wolves instead of humans. It never crossed my mind that a werewolf would rather live as a wolf than a human.
I find that super interesting. Well anyway, a bunch of mutts from America and Russia are trying to form a pack and take over America. He takes steroids so his already werewolf-pumped strength will be even bigger and greater. I love this series so much. I especially like the werewolf books. Even the side characters, like Nick and Antonio, are some of my all-time favorite characters to read about.
I wish Nick had his own side-series that I can read about all his adventures. It deals with a rape victim Elena and her coming face to face with the act itself and her hearing from one of the men foster fathers who did the deed. I am saying this because it might have some triggers for people so it might be wise to way reading it or not. Now, in the werewolf world because yes, we are finally back for the final werewolf-based book , rape is going to be a big issue and has been since book one.
What I do like about this book is Elena deals with her nightmarish past. So take that as you may. In conclusion, this book was legit. But I love it, anyway. Sidenote: The audio-book was actually pretty legit for this book.
I liked it better than the last three.
frostbitten by kelley armstrong
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