by Tera Shanley
Series: Silver Wolf Clan #2
Genres: Paranormal Romance
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He’ll risk it all to bring her home. Morgan Carter witnessed her sister’s murder, has been turned into a werewolf and is now raising her young niece. Then her fiance, Greyson Crawford, proves he wants to be with her for the wrong reasons, and she knows her life couldn’t be any stranger. Devastated, she retreats to her cozy house in the city with her sister’s little girl, Lana. There, they’ll have normalcy, and maybe eventually, even happiness. But Morgan’s the only living silver wolf. Her uniqueness—the ability to produce werewolf offspring—means, without Grey’s protection, she’s unknowingly put herself and Lana in deadly danger. Other werewolves want to claim her for their pack, and she’s the easiest, most tempting prey ever. When they strike, Grey has to find her and rescue her before it’s too late. Not so simple a task; he has only the uncontrollable beast inside him, Wolf, and an unlikely pack of allies he’s forced to rely on. Can he get to her in time? And if he does, can he convince her he’s there for the right reasons, saving them both?
A review of book one Silver Wolf Clan posted on the blog today, be sure to check out my thoughts on the first book.
I really enjoyed Silver Wolf Clan the first in the Silver Wolf Clan series by Tera Shanley and dove right into Black Wolf’s Revenge. Fast paced, with twists, drama and danger I quickly consumed this. Despite being a little annoyed to find this was another novella I am eager to continue Morgan and Grey’s story.
I finished Silver Wolf Clan and started reading this almost immediately figuring I would read a couple chapters and see where this one picked up. I closed the first book thinking Morgan and Grey were starting their own pack…GADS! Nope, nope, Nope.
Ok, admittedly I did not read the synopsis, which clearly states, “Houston, we have a problem.” I hate relationship drama and miscommunication and that is where we find ourselves. Grrr. Morgan and Grey both have strong personalities and this led to Morgan and Lana moving back to their own house. Which causes Grey to lose himself to his Wolf. Both are stubborn and clueless. I know a thirteen-year-old wolf with more sense in her pinkie toe. Shanley does know how to spin a yarn though and I found myself caught up in developing friendships within the packs, all while giving our couple the stink eye.
Shanley takes us on one heck of an action packed ride when Lana and Morgan finding themselves in danger. Grey and Wolf go berserk and man did I feel sorry for the fools who messed with him. Despite being, a novella Shanley gave us a nice beginning, middle and end without it feeling rushed. I love the interaction between the wolf packs and despite wanting to slap Grey, his wolf and Morgan in the back of the head a few times; I totally enjoyed the ride, got all of the feels and will be back for more.