Cowboy Wolf Trouble by Kait Ballenger
Series: Seven Range Shifters #1
Genres: Romantic Suspense, Womens Fiction
Seven shifter clans call the Montana mountains home.
But a new evil will stop at nothing to tear their world apart.
For centuries, the shifters that roam Big Sky country have honored a pact to keep the peace. Even bad-boy rancher Wes Calhoun, former leader of a renegade pack, has given up his violent ways and sworn loyalty to the Grey Wolves. But his dark past keeps catching up with him...
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Human rancher Naomi Evans cares only about saving the ranch that was her father's legacy. Until a clash with Wes opens up a whole new world―a supernatural world on the verge of war―and Naomi, her ranch, and the sexy cowboy wolf stealing her heart are smack dab in the middle of it.
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Cowboys and Wolves, could there be anything better? This was my first read form this author and again it took me a while because of how busy I was. I could not have been more entertained.
I love that Wes is the take action sort of guy. Even if that seems to get him in trouble a lot. He doesn’t always agree with the alpha and goes against what the alpha wants sometimes. He tries to be good but sometimes you have to do the wrong thing in order to do the right thing. I heard that once and it is the perfect description Wes. He ends up getting himself caught in a trap on a ranch.
The very trap that Naomi’s brother set to catch a wolf. Well he did but Naomi ends up seeing more than she should. Like a wolf shifting into a man. Okay, that would freak me out! I also enjoyed how she showed Wes how to believe that he was a good man. She could see it, he just had problems with it.
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