Female wolf-shifter clan leaders are rare, but Kaya Alexie thrives on the challenge and can handle anything the men of her pack throw her way. However, when the male cougar-shifter who broke her heart 10 years ago shows up on her doorstep with a dead wolf-shifter in tow, her whole world goes off-kilter. She's determined to ignore him, but when a virus threatens to decimate her clan, she has no choice but to work with her ex and his brother to survive.
Sylas Murray is sent by his brother to ask for the wolves' help in solving the mystery of a recent wolf-shifter attack. There are a few problems, however. Not only is he a cougar-shifter among a pack of wolves, the clan leader is also his ex-girlfriend. To say they had a bad break-up would be putting it mildly - Sy's actions nearly destroyed the truce his clan had with the wolf-shifters. But as a virus threatens the GreyFire wolves, Sy and Kaya must put aside their past to find a cure.
As they work together and race against the clock, Sy starts to wonder why he let Kaya go in the first place. Despite their past, will he be able to reclaim the wolf that captured his heart and start over?
©2014 Jessie Donovan (P)2016 Mythical Lake Press, LLC
Enjoyed both versions. It is good to hear the different characters depending on the situation and location.
I really liked Sy. He was teasing, yet powerful. Could be a bit of a grouch yet was tender and a little rough when Kaya needed it. He was loyal and she eventually showed great trust in him.
I loved the book. This was a shifter version of discrimination. Two different shifter animal, wolves and cougar, falling in love and dealing with the disapproval of their clans. As youths, they loved, but could not overcome the elders and family disapproval. Yet when danger--deadly danger attacks the wolves clan, Sy came through. They learn there may have been more than youthful inability to fight for what they wanted that kept them apart. Can they overcome the pain of the past? While they fight together to save the wolves, can they be more? The story is steamy, touching and the characters ones you won't forget.
I really enjoyed this first (full length) book in the Cascade Shifters series. I really liked Sylas and Kaya and thought they were perfect for each other and it was a shame they missed so much time together because of the interference of others. I was happy they got a second chance to be together in this book despite all they faced with her clan being threatened by an unknown entity they had to find and stop before they could focus on their own relationship.
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