Pack Princess

A Fantastical Werewolf Adventure: Wolf Rampant, Book 2
Narrated by: Kelly McCall Fumo
Series: Wolf Rampant, Book 2
Length: 5 hrs and 3 mins
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As the first female alpha in living memory, Terra Wilder already has her hands full bringing old-fashioned uncles and cousins into line. But with a regional gathering of ten clans on the horizon, the shifter will soon be faced with an even more arduous task: holding her own against a lineup of power-hungry pack leaders.

Justin Young is the strongest of the opposing alphas, and he also happens to be the handsome but disturbing older brother of Terra's own mate. Justin is far too powerful to vanquish in a pitched battle, so Terra instead opts to trick the alpha into supporting her cause by pretending to be a pack princess on the prowl for a husband.

Flirting with a shifter who looks like a dark reflection of her true mate is no fun. But if Terra doesn't maintain her clan's independence, her male relatives risk being tossed out into the cold while her female cousins are turned into chattel. On the other hand, if Terra succeeds, she might just lose herself - and her mate - in the process.

©2014 Aimee Easterling (P)2015 Aimee Easterling

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No gratuitous erotica

It's fun to watch Tara learn to believe in herself and her capabilities. The story is good whether you've read the preceding ones or not, and the splashes of humor really make the day.
Bought as Whispersync on the cheap. Kelly does a great job of immersing the reader into each character, especially Tara.

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A Bit of Everything!

What did you love best about Pack Princess?

I loved that it didn't follow the shifter romance formula that you see in so many books.

What was one of the most memorable moments of Pack Princess?

The twist at the end!

Any additional comments?

I love how this series continues to grow. It is more urban fantasy then a HEA type book. The author did a great job of not treading the same ground as previous books. The one thing that really stands out is Ms. Easterling allows her characters to fail. Her main characters are true underdogs (pun intended) with plenty of room for growth.So many books are ruined by the narrator but not this one. She really does a great job in bringing the story to life without taking away from how you picture the characters in your mind. Worth a credit? In my opinion yes!

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I really enjoyed this story

Would you listen to Pack Princess again? Why?

Yes I would it's a great story

Who was your favorite character and why?

Wolfie...I fell in love with him in the first book

What does Kelly McCall Fumo bring to the story that you wouldn’t experience if you just read the book?

The character voices she does are really good brings the story more to life compared to sitting an reading the book

Was this a book you wanted to listen to all in one sitting?

Yes it was I was able to put on wireless headphones an go about cooking cleaning vacuuming an laundry an listen to it all at once. Plus the story was so intriguing I had to see how it ended.

Any additional comments?

This is a really good Shifter story. I love the idea of a Female Pack Leader an Amy did a great job bringing that to life.

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Pack Princess

What made the experience of listening to Pack Princess the most enjoyable?

The continuing story of Wolf Rampant is a great addition to the telling of the story. Highly recommend it.

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Fun and exciting urban fantasy...

This is the second book in the Wolf Rampant Series and picks up soon after the events of Shiftless (book 1). The main character, Terra, is trying to come to grips with taking over as pack alpha (not a common role for female shifters to occupy) and wants to reorganize and revitalize the Wilder pack to reestablish its role in the shifter community. The former alpha, Terra’s father, is no longer able to oversee the affairs of the pack as he once did and that leaves his only heir, Terra, to pick up the pieces. Having been subjugated by her father and his relentlessly restrictive patriarchal pack for her entire childhood, she is neither confident nor assertive which are essential attributes for a pack leader. She has a lot to learn and, not surprisingly, her father isn’t really helping the situation. To make matters worse, she must learn to lead the pack without the help of Wolfie, her mate. This story follows Terra as she must face danger in many forms and from all sides, she must learn to negotiate pack politics, and she must force herself to emerge from the shadows to become a worthy pack alpha. If you have read any of Ms. Easterling’s work, you know that the world-building is excellent, the characters will be engaging, and the adventure will be a wild ride – this story is no exception.

Happily, in the audio version of this story, Kelly McCall Fumo reprises her role as narrator. She does an outstanding job as she did in Shiftless. Her mellifluous voice and impeccable choice of cadence and tone for each situation make listening to her performance a real treat. The combined talents of the author and the narrator are truly a winning combination.

While I did purchase and enjoy this book back in 2015, I was recently given a free audio copy of the story by the author and I am voluntarily offering this honest review.

If you find this review helpful, I thank you for so indicating.

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The other shoe always drops

This book continues to follow Terra who is now the first female Alpha in living history. We watch Terra make mistakes, miss her mate and try to keep her pack safe. So when Trouble shows up she acts like the pack princess but as we find out two can play games.
This book has lots of small twist and turns, lies and some could say betrayls all the way through it.
The book is a great read and it leaves you wanting more becasue things can never been as easy as they seem at the end the other shoe has to drop eventually. I cant wait to start the next book in this series.

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Reluctant Alpha

Terra Wilder is the first female pack leader in her area and she has her work cut out for her. Her father "Crazy" Wilder has abdicated his leadership because he is no longer able to control his shifts to his wolf form. But, he still hasn't totally let go of his dominance. Terra not only has to win over her family, she also has to deal with her father's manipulations behind her back.

Terra and her mate, Wolfie Young, have to play it cool so that Terra can gain control of her pack. But, when you add in all the alphas of the other packs trying to take over from her, can these two lovers maintain the kind of life that they want for themselves and their pack? Terra tries to play the game of Pack Princess looking for a mate, but her true mate is the only one she truly wants or needs.

This series is very different from most shifter books that I have read. There is romance, but not the normal erotica that I seem to find in most shifter books. There is plenty of political intrigue, betrayal and trickery as Terra tries to grow into her Alpha role. The ending is sweet and hints at more adventures within the Wilder-Young pack and I look forward to continuing Terra and Wolfie's saga.

Great characters, great world building and wonderful writing, along with the different type of shifter book make Aimee Easterling one of my favorites in the genre. The narrator, Kelly McCall Fumo, does a great job and added a lot to my enjoyment of this book. I was given the chance to listen to the Audible version of this book by the author and chose to review it.

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A Fun Read

Terra is now the leader of her pack the first female pack leader. She has a lot to deal with in the form of her family and especially her father. Now she also has to deal with the packs all gathering and trying to keep her pack together. I enjoyed getting to see Terra gain confidence in herself and believe in herself more as the book progressed. She grew into her role as pack alpha. There was a good pace and some twists that added drama to the story. I enjoyed Wolfie as always. He is such a good mate for Terra. I loved the hooligans and look forward to seeing what is in store for this pack in the next book. It is a fun read and easy listen. The narrator does a good job with the characters and pacing. You can tell who is talking and she adds to the store with her emotions and inflections.

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Coming Into Her Own

The Pack Princess is an entertaining read. I admittedly haven’t listened to the first book but in no way did I feel lost or like I was missing anything. Terra is thrust into the role of Pack Alpha but it seems like she’s more of a figurehead or puppet with someone pulling the strings and calling the shots. In all honesty I wasn’t sure if I was going to like Terra but as the story progresses she gains more backbone and starts to think for herself. It’s clear that Terra hasn’t kept up on pack politics and there’s a lot she’s ignorant to but she learns quickly. Using the knowledge she gained from her mistakes to become a better leader. That’s one of the things I like about her. She’s also determined, big hearted and genuinely cares for the well-being of her pack and others.
I adored Terra’s mate, Wolfie. He’s a great leader. I can see the two becoming a force to be reckoned with.
I look forward to finding out what happens next in their journey.

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Pack Princess

In this second book in the series, Terra finds herself where she never thought she'd be - mated and alpha of her pack. But with the annual gathering of all the packs coming up, difficult choices have to be made. As the first ever female alpha, she wants to appear strong and gather allies, so she can't formally acknowledge her mate and quickly finds herself in over her head in pack politics. To make matters worse, Wolfie sends the very pregnant shifter to Terra's pack only saying that she's "trouble". And just when things are getting started at the gathering, she goes into labor. This leads to a fateful conclusion to this book, but there is also a bright side to the events and hints at a promising future for Wolfie and Terra's pack. The story is full of emotion, suspense, twists, and surprises that will have you on the edge of your seat to see what happens next. The narrator does a great job bringing this story to life and putting all the emotion of the events into her words.

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  • 08-31-19

This series just gets better and better!

With good dollops of action, intrigue and humour, this audiobook kept me entertained on my daily commute.

This series is really getting into its stride.

No spoilers, but the campsite territory marking scene is a gem. Werewolves engaged in a literal pissing contest!

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  • Anita Barnard
  • 04-19-20

brilliant

holding onto the edge of the seat. narrator was excellent. i love the story but listening to it being narrated is ebullient.