This is Book 8 of the Salvation Pack series. Although I would seriously recommend you read the series in order, or at the very least the first couple of books, it can be read as a standalone but you will miss out on the significance of the more intricate relationships and backstories.
You can’t help but like Reece and Hannah. Reece has taken a massive leap of faith, separating himself from his pack and his family for 10 years, on the basis of a dream. Hannah, too, must take a leap and decide if she’ll trust Reece and his pack, or run off on her own.
As usual with these books there is a serious case of instalove, but it is well done. I liked the fact that despite Reece declaring his intentions from almost the first moment (he had been waiting for her for 10 years, it’s only natural that he’s ahead in the emotional stakes), it takes Hannah a much longer time to conquer the misinformation she had been told since she was a child and to decide what she feels for Reece is more than simply lust. Trust must be earned after all.
I enjoyed getting inside the villain’s head. It kept you guessing his true motivations, although little titbits were dropped here and there it wasn’t until much later in the book that everything comes together. It was great for keeping the suspense up through the entire book.
This is still a relatively new author for me and I am steadily working through her back catalogue of books. Having said that, I haven’t yet read anything I haven’t enjoyed. She has a nice and easy writing style that flows well. Her world building is consistent and her characters are well developed with the main characters genuinely likeable and the villains suitably dastardly!
If you enjoy paranormal romance, I would recommend giving N.J Walters a go.
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About the Author:
N.J. Walters is a New York Times and USA Today bestselling author who has always been a voracious reader, and now she spends her days writing novels of her own. Vampires, werewolves, dragons, time-travelers, seductive handymen, and next-door neighbors with smoldering good looks—all vie for her attention. It’s a tough life, but someone’s got to live it.