Review: Lone Wolf

Lone Wolf


Headlined by western romance legend Diana Palmer, three celebrated New York Times bestselling authors combine their talents to celebrate the wildest version of man’s best friend–the noble wolf. Each novella revolves around a rugged man and his trusty wolf protector as an opportunity for happily ever afters arise. Filled with sizzling tension and well-drawn characters–animal and human alike–this anthology is sure to resonate with readers looking to answer the call of the wild.

Loyal as a wolf–and just as strong and untamed–three solitary heroes are about to meet their perfect partners, in this thrilling collection from a trio of New York Times bestselling authors…

Fleeing her mother’s killer, Esther Marist ends up at a rugged stranger’s cabin. A wildlife rehabilitator with a menagerie that includes an elderly wolf, Matthews isn’t the type to turn any creature away. As Esther heals, she realizes how much danger she’s brought to his door–and how far he’ll go to protect her.

Beth Baker senses her grumpy summer tenant must be in trouble when his pet wolf shows up at her door, demanding she follow. Conner O’Neil, solitary and stubborn, doesn’t want Beth’s help–but only he can show her how to trust again.

Trent Logan has his ranch, his friends, and his wolf, and that’s more than enough–until a shivering city girl runs into the Cattle Club to escape a Wyoming storm. Her eyes hold a world of secrets, and he’ll have to face the demons of his own past in order to save them both. 

Rating: 5-stars


Lone Wolf is a collection of stories featuring an alpha male man and his wolf. In each story, there is a human and wolf that live alone. Life is okay but not as great until their mystery human pops into their life. From there, it is all action, danger, suspense, and romance. The connection between the characters was amazing! The men in this collection have issues they are facing alone. Some are not doing as great as they should until a woman comes into their lives. I also liked the humans and their wolves. One man rescues them from bad humans. The other humans have them as pets too. There is a bond of trust between the animals and humans like no other. That melted my heart. For animal lovers this is a beautiful story. It was hard to not fall in love with them all. The authors have a way with words. Their writing is so clear I could picture everything that happened. It was like being there in real time. Everything felt so real.

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