- Siren Bookstrand
- Release Date
- September 2011
- Book 4 of Great Wolves of Passion, Alaska
Erotic Romance, Ménage or more, Paranormal Romance, Vamps & Shifters Romance
[Siren LoveXtreme Forever: Erotic Paranormal Ménage Romance, M/F/M/M/M/M/M, werewolves, light bondage, spanking]
Shane has always been the joker of the Dillon clan, but he does it to hide the scars from his childhood. He has never shared what the years away from the pack with his mentally unstable mother were like. As he starts to fall in love with Eve, he finds himself unable to ignore the nightmares that haunt his nights.
Eve has always sensed there is more to Shane than he shows the world. As she tries to find out what lies beneath the surface, she sees the dimensions of his personality and attempts to help him deal with the wounds that resurface. But an argument leaves them at odds, and Eve in the path of danger.
NOTE! You are purchasing Siren's newest serialized imprint, the LoveXtreme Forever Series. This is the fourth book in the Great Wolves of Passion, Alaska collection. These books are not stand alone and must be read in the numbered order. Each book may end on a cliffhanger but usually with a happy-for-now for the heroine and one or more men. The final book contains a happily forever after for the heroine and all her men.
Dec 16, 2011 [ OFFICIAL REVIEW ]
120 people found the following review helpful
Kiera West gives readers even more to love about Eve and her men in this fourth book of the Alaskan Wolves series. Each uniquely their own, the men are well-developed characters, bringing their own personalities to the group.
I could not wait for this fourth book in the Alaskan Wolves series because I knew I'd love Shane. And happily, I was not disappointed. Not only do I love Shane even more than I thought but I also believe this book to be more solid than the last two books.
Shane is the light-hearted, humorous, fun-loving member of the pack. He's also cousin to the Alpha – but they are more like brothers – who is quietly in love with Eve. Having yet to get his chance to be close to Eve as Noah and Ethan have been, Shane's quiet adoration strikes me as sweet. And though his character has seemed so playful in the earlier installments, we learn he's harboring a deep sadness. It's this sadness that calls to Eve.
Eve has still not been told the full truth of her relationship with the men. Still just willing to accept that she's in a ménage with these wolf-shifters, it takes a bit of acceptance ourselves to go along too. Perhaps the biggest pull of this book is all the emotion that comes along with knowing Shane. The emotional investment with the characters is more developed now and the tension becomes greater as the men worry that Eve will leave them when her research project is complete. Arg, when will they just tell her already??
SHANE'S NEED actively moves the story forward more so than the other books in this series. Eve finally gets closer to the killer as she becomes more involved with Shane, having even been able to learn about his past and begin to uncover family secrets. Just like the ones before it, this book ends just as I get excited about the particular couple being focused on. And of course, leaves me wanting to know more.
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