Nov 27, 2015

Book Review: Shadow Wolf



He wanted justice. For his family. For her. 

Elite tracker Kino Cosen is hunting for the drug lord who murdered his father. After a decade of searching, he's finally got the Viper in his sight—until a woman gets in the way. Now Kino has a new lead. Aid worker Lea Atlaha has seen the Viper face-to-face…and lived.

But now Lea's a target. And while Kino thinks he's protecting her because she can help him get justice for his father, he soon realizes that she's not just another witness. As the Viper moves in for the kill, Kino has to choose between his need for vengeance, the traditions of his tribe and the woman he has grown to love.



I really enjoy reading a tight, suspense filled romantic thriller.  They satisfy that need in myself to prove that love really goes conquer all.  But they have to be well written because content errors will pull me out the story quicker then a bucket of cold water.

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Unfortunately, I found errors in SHADOW WOLF.  When someone breaks a door down, I have to wonder just how they are able to dead bolt it five minutes later without fixing the frame.  Or why there are a few sentences that contradict themselves all in the same paragraph.  So love might conquer all but errors in the story line.

I really can't recommend this book to my readers because it was a struggle to finish it.  As soon as I would start to get back into the story,  I would thrown back out of the story.  It does looks like it would be a good book but it really needs to be reworked. 

*** I received this book at no charge from NetGalley in exchange for a fair and honest review.  All opinions expressed within are my own.


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