Tuesday, June 20, 2017

Wolf at the Door by Hailey Edwards [Review]

 Wolf at the Door by Hailey Edwards
Wolf at the Door (Gemini #5, Lorimar Pack #2) by Hailey Edwards
Format: ebook
Source: purchased
Date read: June 16, 2017

Gemini
1. Dead in the Water
2. Head Above Water
3. Hell or High Water

Lorimar Pack
1. Promise the Moon
2. Wolf at the DoorKindle
3. Over the Moon

Hailey Edwards
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Synopsis (Goodreads):
Prison is no one's idea of a good time, and it's even worse for Dell. Confinement has her inner wolf snarling as she paces their cell, and there's no end in sight. Just as she reaches her breaking point, the pack liaison shows up with an offer she can’t refuse. Dell’s freedom in exchange for going to Faerie and recapturing the fae prince responsible for her current digs.

But this fool's errand won't be a solo mission. Isaac Cahill has lost Dell twice, and he’ll be damned if she slips through his fingers again. This time, he’s not letting her out of his sight. Even if it means earning more than a few love bites from his pissed off she-wolf.

What they discover on their perilous quest is that war is closer than anyone imagined. As trusted allies fall and dangerous new threats emerge, Dell discovers one defining truth. Isaac is hers, and she'll fight to the death for him. And, at the rate this war is coming, she might not have long to wait.
Thoughts on Wolf at the Door: Oh, Dell. You're really in a pickle this time, aren't you? The maneuverings to get her into Faerie were wicked cool, though. So many strings to pull and Thierry is in the middle of it, doing her thing.

I'm going to pause here and let out a big, fluttery sigh for the romance between Isaac and Dell. I completely understood Dell's heartache, but Isaac's reason for leaving her in the first place also made sense. They both had some growing up to do and now they've reached a point where their heads are on a little straighter. The downside of this is that, while Dell did grow into herself, her deep-seated fears she'll fall apart like her mother make her very wary about trusting her heart to anyone. Isaac especially.

But Wargs are good at loyalty, so I have every confidence things will stick.

Okay. Faerie. Twisty politics. Powerful fae. Oh, and an army of bloodthirsty half-breeds with some long-standing hatred for full fae. There's danger on the horizon and things are looking rough. AWESOME.

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