Date read: March 7, 2017
0. Dark Wolf Adrift
1. Half Wolf - Paperback | Kindle
2. Wolf Landing
3. Lone Wolf Dawn
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Every werewolf knows the meek don't inherit the earth.Thoughts on Half Wolf: It's no secret that I love werewolves. A lot. Possibly more than I should. But that's another story for another time. Right now, I'm going to say that Fen and her mass of issues completely hit the spot. Completely.
Fen Young is a half-shifter whose inner beast is more mouse than wolf. Home is her castle, the only place she's ever felt safe.
Enter Hunter Green, an uber-alpha strong enough to stop traffic with a single look. He's handsome and enticing and seems like just the ticket to broaden Fen's horizons...until the uber-alpha brushes off his admirer and summarily rejects her from her home pack.
Now treading water in the no-man's land of outpack territory, Fen must confront a missing pack mate, a tantalizing stranger, and a serial killer targeting half-werewolves. Will she be able to shore up her waning power in time to save her friend...and half-breeds everywhere...before it's too late?
Not only is the poor woman a half-shifter trying her best to keep her small pack together (a pack she's unqualified to lead if we're looking strictly at how powerful one's wolf is), she also has a strong alpha dogging her footsteps and a group of killers out looking specifically for someone like her. It's not a great position to be in, but Fen manages.
As a person who loves werewolves, it was tough watching her smack her weak wolf down time and time again because it was better (and easier) to deal with things without the animal's strength mucking it up. I get why she did it, but it was hard to watch. The fact she has an extremely strong alpha sniffing after her when her wolf is so weak intrigues me. So much.
I'm eyeballing the rest of the series now and trying to figure out when I can fit it into my reading schedule. Because werewolves.