Friday, October 16, 2015

Disquieted Souls (Black Hills Wolves, #29) by Deena Remiel

Willow Bennett, a fashion photographer, has had enough of the career that’s blackened her soul, and wants out. Her passion lies in taking pictures of nature, and she’s determined to make a living from doing it. When she stumbles upon a gruesome scene in the Black Hills Forest, her life is forever changed.

Greyson shouldn't be alive. As the runt of the litter, his mother left him to die in the wilderness. Picked up by Drew, son of the Alpha, he is adopted into the Tao Pack. Rather than living a charmed life, he lives his days alone, tormented by his abandonment and his unique appearance. His soul yearns for acceptance, peace, and closure.

Willow could be the answer to Greyson’s prayers, or the very death of him.

My review:
Willow and Greyson are terrific characters and I wish the format had allowed us to get to know them better. I think Willow accepted Greyson way too fast and considering his life I think he didn’t get angry enough at the intruders. I loved watching these two “broken” souls find each other. I will admit to crying ugly tears after the scene with Greyson and his mother. Pick this up when you have the time because you won’t put it down.
Complimentary copy provided by author/publisher for an honest review.

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