Devon Donovan is a broken wolf. Once the feared enforcer of the Donovan pack, he's been brought low by a silver bullet wound that won't heal. Now he's taking a journey into the deep Colorado mountains to find the man who shot him, get revenge—and leave him dead. Sheriff Nadine Walker never thought she'd have the same goal as a werewolf, but she wants the mysterious man knDevon Donovan is a broken wolf. Once the feared enforcer of the Donovan pack, he's been brought low by a silver bullet wound that won't heal. Now he's taking a journey into the deep Colorado mountains to find the man who shot him, get revenge—and leave him dead. Sheriff Nadine Walker never thought she'd have the same goal as a werewolf, but she wants the mysterious man known as the Silverman, too—for murder. She'll have to follow Devon's lead into the mountains. She'll have to trust him. And she'll have to learn his deepest secrets—even when the bodies start piling up again... Shifter Falls series: Book 1: Rebel Wolf Book 2: Lover Wolf...
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warrior wolf Reviews
I don't know what it is about this series I enjoy so much. I do wish these were longer :( I want more!! But, I thoroughly enjoy this world and the conflicts.
3.3 starsIt was clear in Rebel Wolf that Ian and Heath’s half-brother Devon, once Charlie’s enforcer, has chosen a mate but never pursued her. Devon’s mate is adjacent Grange County’s sheriff, Nadine Walker. At thirty-one, Nadine is five years older than Devon, and unaware of his feelings for her. But now Nadine needs Devon’s help to close a case.The wolf-hunting serial killer known only as the Silverman (a distracting moniker; it made me think of comedian Sarah Silverman) has killed two people, but to catch him, Nadine must team up with Devon and track the killer out in the wilderness. There are just two problems – everyone else in Grange County is convinced the killer is a werewolf, and Nadine is starting to realize she is powerfully attracted to Devon.Nadine loves her job, and she can’t continue to do it if she takes up with a werewolf. This makes for a powerful conflict but one that could have been resolved in a more satisfying way. At 169 kindle pages, this book is the shortest in the series yet, and as with the earlier books, I wished it had been more developed.All the same believability issues I had with the worldbuilding in the earlier books in the series are still present. Werewolf biology is still not that convincing. The romance develops fast and the suspense storyline with the killer even more so; the latter feels slightly rushed. There are interesting ramifications that follow from that subplot which will no doubt lead to a conflict in book four, Alpha Wolf, which comes out in late May.The best part of Warrior Wolf is Devon’s unrequited love for Nadine. In the earlier books, Devon was my least favorite of the Donovan brothers, but in this book, his history of attacking people on Charlie’s orders is explained from and it becomes evident that although he’s a gruff loner, Devon isn’t the bad guy the others assumed. Devon’s devotion to Nadine is at the heart of this novel; he would sacrifice everything for her without asking for anything in return. Unrequited love is a trope that I’m fond of, and it’s handled well here, enough to earn Warrior Wolf a C+.
The drama deepens in Shifter FallsAfter defeating a takeover attempt from rival shifters, things should have settled down in Shifter Falls, except a killer is still on the loose. Nadine is the sheriff of the neighboring county investigating the murders, taking heat from the politicians to get results. But her investigation is going nowhere until she finally starts putting aside her long held prejudices against shifters and begins listening to what the Donovan brothers have to tell her, Devon Donovan in particular. Devon had a run in with Nadine several years before and his wolf never got over it. Nadine has no idea and Devon has no idea how to tell her, especially when the priority is hunting down and stopping the Silverman before more people get killed.Of the three Shifter Falls books so far, this is the only one where the storyline seems somewhat forced. The police aspect of the investigation is a bit off and the determination of the politicians to ignore evidence and jump to conclusions felt strained. I'm guessing that it's all part of the set up for the next book, but it made this book more awkward, which is a shame because otherwise Warrior Wolf contained the same solid writing and character development as the first two books. It turns out that Devon has an even more complicated and tortured past than was hinted at in the earlier books. He really shines in this book, demonstrating a real depth of character. We don't learn quite as much about Nadine as I would have liked, but there was a lot going on in this book, so her character developed more through current action than past reflection. Devon and Nadine make a good pair and I'm looking forward to seeing how they contribute to the next story.
Choices madeDanger is still in the Falls, the assassin loose in the woods. The humans in the next County are terrified they are going to wind up dead. Prejudice runs rampant in this book and a human learns first hand all is not what it seems. Choices are made here that leave open doors to the next book.
Warrior wolfWarrior wolf what another great read n this series so far the whole series is wonderful you got action suspense love it's awesome
Great book. Shifters are not respected by humans in this world, the h is police chief and has a view of shifters after arresting H years ago. He was innocent, she is uneasy with her actions about that night. The H recognised her as his mate all those years ago, and believes he will never be able to mate with her. Bit of angst and I loved it.
Good bookHuge, dark and handsome your cup of tea? Have a bumper sticker that says ,"loves wolves" you will like this series.
BrilliantAs good as if not better than the first two books in the shifter falls series. Amy Green just seems to keep getting better...