He was broken by the war. Her secret could destroy her family.
Ex-marine sniper Jared River left the war, but the war never really left him. He's a broken wolf who's good for only one thing now - killing men. And he's peering down his scope at Senator Krepky, the antishifter politician about to ruin the lives of all the shifters Jared loves.
Grace Krepky is the daughter of the senator, a good girl with a passion for her father's politics and who's earned her way into being his campaign manager. Only problem? She's secretly a shifter...and the clock is ticking until her own father inadvertently forces that secret into the open, ruining both their lives.
Jared's all set to pull the trigger when he sees something shocking through the senator's glass walls: His daughter is a wolf. Jared puts his gun aside to go after the fleeing girl, but he already knows this can end in only one of two ways - either he'll convince her to reveal herself to the senator and stop his antishifter legislation, or Jared will have to assassinate her father.
If only she wasn't making him come alive again....
Jared is a complete novel with HEA, the third in the River Pack Wolves trilogy (all stand-alone stories but best enjoyed if you listen to them in order!).
Contains scorching-hot shifters, alpha military heroes, and dark family secrets. Only listeners over 18 should dive into the deliciously hot world of the River brothers.
After the River brothers, check out the Wilding Pack Wolves series!
©2016 Alisa Woods (P)2016 ListenUp Production, LLC
I have thoroughly enjoyed this series and Jared's story was a big part of that. It was so gratifying to see Jared gain back himself and gain back his family. His family never left him but he had left his family. Grace also in her own way gained herself. She can finally, for the first time be herself.
Lots of twists and turns to keep everyone on their toes. The very end has me excited to see what is next for Rivers and the Wilders.
I like the dual narration and they way it switched off per point of view. The narrators did a great job.
Will there be other books in the series? I would like to know who Grace's father. Does Owen get a mate?
great books/series this last one the male narration is very bad. OK not so bad you can't get through the book. It is very bad. Thankfully the first 2 guys was very good.
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