Tuesday, June 10, 2014

Fighting Fate (Redwood Pack #7) by Carrie Ann Ryan

With her blue-black hair and striking green eyes, Cailin Jamenson is the epitome of beauty and the exemplar of strength. She has fought the enforced boundaries of being the lone Jamenson daughter and Redwood Pack princess, but it is the potential future with the dark wolf in her path that threatens everything she thought she desired.
Logan Anderson’s own darkness provided the reasoning for his abandonment of his former Pack, the Talons. Now, newly accepted into the Redwood Pack, this jade-eyed wolf and all she represents could be his own undoing.
In this final installment of the Redwood Pack, unimaginable tragedy strikes, and the two wolves who have fought the longest for their independence now face the uncertainty of fate and the epic battle that could end the war… and their lives.

My review:
Being the only girl and the baby of the family with 6 older alpha brothers wasn’t always a pain.  They spoiled Cailin and treated her like a princess.  Then they grew up and found their place in the pack.  Cailin is still struggling with that and it seems like her brothers don’t acknowledge that she has grown up.  Now her wolf wants to mate with a male who is as dominant as her brothers.  No way is she getting out from under them just to end up under another even if he is hot as sin.  Besides there is a war going on and the pack needs her to act as Jaspers assistant right?  Logan wants Cailin just as she is.  He has been giving her time to get used to the idea but war has a way of screwing up time tables.  When tragedy strikes it brings home just how short life can be even for long lived werewolves. 
Cailin is the last of the Jamenson’s to fall and I for one will be sad to see them go.  I am thrilled that Ms. Ryan will be giving us occasional glimpses back at these old friends and look forward to meeting the men of the Talon pack.  This like the other books in this series is full of fun, action, adventure, magic and really hot sex. 

I was fortunate enough to have received a complimentary copy provided by author/publisher for an honest review.

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