In the latest Shifters Unbound novel, a man has resigned himself to a life half lived. But a beautiful, courageous woman has him longing for something more…
Graham McNeil knows that his pack is unruly, but he’s not sure he can take the next step toward Shiftertown stability—choosing a new mate. After losing his mate and son long ago, Graham has worked hard to keep his heart in check. And even if he was inclined to bind himself again, his girlfriend, Misty, is human—a fact that won’t sit well with Graham’s old-fashioned wolves.
But Graham is up against a new enemy, one who could spell danger and death to all of Shiftertown. Graham must now defend his leadership and save Misty, the woman he has grown to love—before Shiftertown is pulled into an all-out war.
Wild Wolf is book 6 in the Shifters Unbound series. There are like 6 novellas in between the books. I’ve read and loved them all. The series is really starting to heat up now with Wild Wolf. I seem to say this a lot but the book description doesn’t compare to the book itself. If you’ve read the previous books than you are familiar with Misty. She’s the girl who chats with Graham at the shifter bar after he fights with Eric. Some jerk tries to get Misty to spy on Graham and she tells him about it. That was in book 4 Mate Claimed.
Wild Wolf takes place approximately a year after Mate Claimed. At this point Graham is sort of dating Misty. Misty is kidnapped and Graham comes to save her. In doing so he gets hurt and their relationship starts to crumble. With being hurt he is afraid he cannot hold onto his place in shiftertown. All the shifters are pressuring him to take a mate so that he will have a strong heir.
I don’t want to say much more because it’ll ruin the surprises but let me just say that it’s all been leading up to this. All the work on taking the collars off and such. All leading up to the shocks that you’ll read in Wild Wolf.
I really like Misty and Graham so this was a great book if you ask me. I enjoyed the by-play between them and Graham’s nephew Dougal. Also the twin cubs that Graham is taking care of. All in all I wouldn’t say it was an especially romantic book but there was a lot of action and lots of laughs which made up for it.