- Liquid Silver Books
- Release Date
- July 2011
Erotic Romance, Paranormal Romance, Vamps & Shifters Romance
Angel Kane has always known who her family was and why she was
hidden away from them in New Orleans. Now on the run, the last
thing she wants is anything that could potentially get in the way
of the plan she's made for herself. That is, until she walks into
a truck stop in New Jersey and encounters Parker Liberty—the wolf
fate has picked out to be her perfect mate.
Parker Liberty hasn't uttered a word in almost forty years. Not
since the horrible day he watched his father murder his mother on
the island of Westervelt. He ignores his inner wolf and contents
himself with expressing his inner emotions through his tattoos.
But when a pair of witches almost kill Angel, he will return to
Westervelt to save her.
Meanwhile, Westervelt is under constant attack from Kendrick
Kane, the pack's former Alpha, whose evil knows no bounds. His
ultimate goal is to see all of his children dead --and that
includes his daughter, Angel. It is questionable whether the
Westervelt pack can even survive the week. Angel and Parker's
arrival will either turn the tide of the war or end the pack
Aug 12, 2011 [ OFFICIAL REVIEW ]
109 people found the following review helpful
Angel is a werewolf on the run. Parker is a lone werewolf who hasn't spoken a word in two decades. When fate intervenes and throws them together, it is sure to turn both of their worlds upside down.
Angel has been hiding from her true pack most of her life and now the pack she was adopted into has been corrupted as well. She's been running from the men in this pack for a while now. They happen to catch up with her in the very diner Parker was washing dishes in. He throws them out only to find them carrying her away, unconscious, that night. When Parker rescues her, it starts a chain of events that will lead them both back to the pack they truly belong in. Will they be able to fight the rogue members that are threatening the pack and set things back to the way it should have been all along?
ANGEL'S WOLF is one of the best books I have read this summer!!! It's jam packed with both action and romance! I had a hard time putting it down. I love the twist Ms Royce put on the relationship between the wolf and their human. It was a refreshing change from the now popular spin of werewolf tales.
Was this review helpful to you?
Oct 02, 2011 [ OFFICIAL REVIEW ]
103 people found the following review helpful
The Westervelt Wolves series moves closer to the climax in ANGEL'S WOLF as Angel, the lost princess, returns home. As powerfully designed as the Westervelt world has been throughout the series, readers can feel the end is near and this book leads readers closer than ever to the final battle. The world that the author has built is most unique to other wolf series - the detailed history that slowly unravels in each of the character's stories creates a world in which readers become invested. But Angel's Wolf provides a connection that pulls it all together while also being a beautiful love story.
Angel and Parker's story is sweet as two unlikely mates find themselves perfectly matched. His quiet intensity and her feisty strength, his tender spirit and her hidden vulnerability, and both of their needs to be independent remarkably become a flawless combination to create a power couple.
Angel Kane has always known she was a Westervelt princess but never knew the true reason she was hidden away in New Orleans. While on the run from the pack that raised her, she walks into a New Jersey truck stop and right into her mate, Parker Liberty. And though she has every intention of walking away, having no desire to be mated, she is compelled to help him when she discovers he hasn't spoken in nearly forty years.
Parker stopped speaking the day he saw his father murder his mother on the island of Westervelt. He is determined to ignore his inner wolf and express himself through his tattoos, convinced his wolf is evil just as his father was.
When Angel needs his help after an attempted kidnapping, Parker must rely on his wolf to save her. And when she is almost killed by a pair of witches, he knows he must return to Westervelt to save her. Not only do they fall in love during this short period of time, they also bring answers to many questions their long ago pack has about the events of that terrible day. Parker may just save the whole pack in his attempt to save Angel.
Each of the Westervelt Wolf books draw readers into a unique world but ANGEL'S WOLF is the best yet. Read each book in order and expect a cliffhanger that will leave readers ready for the next book in the series.
Was this review helpful to you?