Wolf in the Night by N.J. Walters
My rating: 4 of 5 stars
As the last book in this series, I was happy with where things ended up. While you can certainly dive in with this as your first book from this world, it is much more satisfying to go back to the beginning and work your way here.
Emma is the rather sheltered daughter of some immensely powerful wolf shifters. After begging for a night delivery job that would give her some freedom to perhaps meet a nice guy and hook up, she ends up in the worst-case scenario – hunted by other shifters. Her pack is not without its enemies, and she is the unfortunate easy target they zero in on. Dmitri is the alpha’s son of the pack chasing Emma down. Determined to stop his father’s plans, he rescues Emma, and the sparks immediately start to fly. Ironically, they end up in lust with one another which sort-of works to Dmitri’s father’s benefit. Have no fears, though, because we get the help of Emma’s awesome pack. There are tons of familiar faces and pie to fill the pages. The balance of romance, family, smut, and action was perfection. This was the perfect way to end this series (for now?).
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