Sunday, December 13, 2015

Review: Raber Wolf Pack: Book Three by Ryan Michele




Publication Date: 8/31/2015
Series: Raber Wolf Pack #3
Rating: 4 Stars





Official Blurb:

"There will come a time in our world when greed, power and wealth will overrule good judgment, and packs will be destroyed." 
In the blink of an eye, everything can change, altering life as we know it forever. 

Sabrea has struggled her whole life with the guilt of not being a perfect wolf. She never wanted to meet her mate for fear of disappointing him by not being what he needs. Even going so far as to avoid the one place where she already smelled him. 

Fate has other ideas. 

Thor, Gamma of the Raber wolf pack, plays the field and loves every minute of it. That all ends with one whiff of his mate. Nothing can stop him from finding her, having her, claiming her. 

As Thor and Sabrea come together, threats to the pack make themselves known, leaving many lives hanging in the balance. 

Can the Raber wolf pack defeat their enemy? Can they protect all of the wolves, and keep the humans safe in the process? 

This is the action-packed conclusion to the Raber Wolf Pack Series. 


While is wasn’t exactly my favorite story of the trilogy, I loved how the three couples story’s intertwined into the bigger picture of the series.  First off, Kudos for the leading male being named Thor LOL. His relationship with Sabrea is off the charts sexy and at the same time a bit unconventional. The fact that he loved her as she was made their romance even better since most male wolves wouldn’t look twice at a female who couldn’t shift and was physically damaged.  Thor’s love and compassion for Sabrea is reminiscent of how a wife loves her wounded solider no matter what the war did to his body. 

The conclusion to this couple trifecta is exciting and heart pounding. While it seemed a bit rushed at times, the ending tied up all the loose ends of the story. The surprise twist at the end makes you realize you should never really count a character out until the words The End are written.  Congratulations Ryan on closing out your first paranormal series with fireworks. I can’t wait to see what comes next. 

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