Monday, May 18, 2015

The Wolf and the Butterfly (Black Hills Wolves) by Kerry Adrienne

Nika, the pack’s newest scout, wants nothing more than to please his Alpha. When he discovers a beautiful, and very sick, stranger in the woods outside Los Lobos, he finds himself torn between his duty and his hormones. The stranger carries a deadly wolf virus—one that hasn’t been seen in the Black Hills in ages. 

Kimi, a Lakota Sioux, is dying. She’s transported herself forward in time, hoping to find the cure to the illness that’s stricken her tribe. Her only chance for survival is to trust Nika, even if she’s not used to having help. 

To find the cure and save the pack, Nika and Kimi must travel to a time long ago—before the Lakota populated the Black Hills—a time filled with dangers neither can imagine. Their growing attraction may save them, or kill them both.

My review:
One of the things I love about this series is that with each book being written by a different author you are never sure what you are going to get.  It’s like a mixed box of chocolates.
The Wolf and the Butterfly tells the story of Kimi, a female wolf shifter from the past that shows up on Los Lobos lands and Nika, the pack’s newest scout. When Kimi shows up he knows the routine.  He has had it drilled into him over and over but when the girl shows up and is obviously ill he thinks he can handle it on his own.  Doing so may cost him his life and surely didn’t endear him to the alpha.   Kimi is ill and the cure has become extinct.  So she and Nika have to travel to the past for the cure.
I am not usually one for time travel stories but this was a lot of fun.  Filled with young love, action and adventure. 

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