Lone Wolf by: Jennifer Ashley, a Review

April 5, 2013     Danielle Romero     books, reviews

Title: Lone Wolf
Author: Jennifer Ashley
Release Date: April 16, 2013
Publisher: Penguin Group

Book Description: Ellison Rowe is a wolf Shifter who has embraced all things Texas. He’s a cowboy through and through, complete with a Texas drawl, cowboy hat, and well-worn cowboy boots. He’s also lonely, though he feels obligated to look after his sister who is recovering from a hit-and-run accident that has left her striving to control her feral tendencies.

Enter Maria, a human woman taking refuge with the Shifters, who volunteers to look after the cubs and help Ellison’s sister. Maria too is recovering from a haunted past—she was kidnapped and held hostage by a rogue Shifter and then disowned by her family when she was set free. Now she’s on her own, but determined to put her life back together and leave Shiftertown for good.

But someone is attempting to abduct Shifter cubs, and Maria and Ellison know they must stop him. As Maria works with Ellison to track down the kidnapper, she finds her heart slowly awakening once more. And Ellison realizes that Maria may be just the one to bring light back into his life…

My Review: Lone Wolf was a truly enjoyable read. I was instantly captivated by Ellison, a character I have grown to love in previous books of the Shifters Unbound series. I enjoyed watching Ellison try to woo Maria and her attempts at remaining unattached were at times comical. Maria has a firery personality and a deep protective instinct. She was an easy character to fall in love with. Lone Wolf captured my heart and made me smile with its happily ever after ending. I also enjoyed having a better picture of Tiger and the snippet at the end. I’m excited for Tiger Magic to be released!

My Rating: I give Lone Wolf 4 out of 5 stars. It was a great read, I really really liked it and would highly recommend it. Worth buying for sure.