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Monday, June 8, 2015

Review: Wolf's Fall: An Alpha Pack Novel J.D. Tyler



A top secret team of wolf shifters, the Alpha Pack are former Navy SEALS that use their Psy powers to take on the world’s greatest predators. But while each member is loyal to the pack, it can be hard to deny the call of desire…

Still tormented by his recent captivity, Alpha Pack commander Nick Westfall isn’t sure he’s fit to lead—especially when he meets the one woman he can’t claim without reliving the torture he endured at the hands of a rogue vampire.

Vampire princess Calla Shaw has seen her own share of heartbreak, but she can tell that the wild attraction she and Nick feel for each other could turn into something significant—if only he’d let it. But Calla isn’t about to give up on her mate without a fight.

Time is running out, not only for Nick to claim his mate, but for Calla and her coven. A vampire war is on the horizon, one the Alpha Pack can’t hope to win if their leader can’t pull himself back from the abyss…
 
 
 
J.D. Tyler has gone to a lot of trouble to create the world of the Alpha Pack. A group of shifters, previous military, who take on the jobs that nobody else wants. She has given this group a close knit kind of society that thrives on brotherhood and cooperation. If  you've been a fan of this series, then I am certain you have been waiting for Nick's book.
 
Nick's story has been a long time coming and it was well worth the wait. J.D. Tyler has given readers a very special wolf in pack leader, Nick Westfall, he is the only born wolf in the pack and is the ultimate leader, but because of recent events he has lost confidence in himself and in his ability to lead. His emotions in the beginning of the book are very much in turmoil and he is a danger to himself. He is definitely a tortured hero. I really feel that Nick's story is very special.
 
What follows is a steamy, action packed adventure that will leave you craving more of Nick and Calla. The plot is exciting and fast paced making the book impossible to put down. The characters are well developed with realistic strengths and weaknesses. The romance is so sizzling it nearly bursts off the pages. These are characters that you cannot help but cheer for and care about as you read and a story that will stick with you long past the final chapters. I highly recommend this book. It's a keeper.