Release Date: first published August 4, 2015
Format: MP3 Audio
Pages: 54 (Kindle) / Audio Length: Approx 1.5 hours
Narrator: Tavia Gilbert
Source: Blackstone Audio, Inc.
Genre: Urban Fantasy, Paranormal Romance
Review Date: April 27, 2016
Rating: 4 bookmarks
Synopsis: Previously published in the Mammoth Book of Paranormal Romance and the Under Her Skin anthologies—now updated to include over 20% more sizzling extra material.
Lost in the woods...
Marlee Peters is tired of putting her dreams on hold. So when her friends can't continue on a long-anticipated hike through Yellowstone National Park, she goes on without them. But Marlee isn't alone in the woods: She is being hunted by a pack of frighteningly intelligent wolves. When a fight for survival takes an impossible turn, Marlee realizes that the enigmatic stranger who saves her might be her dream come true - or her waking nightmare.
Big, bad wolf...
As the pack's enforcer, Daniel has sworn to keep the existence of werewolves a secret. He knows that Marlee's bites may change her life in a way she can't imagine, but if they don't, he can't let her tell others about his race. Yet Marlee is awakening Daniel's most primal urges, and soon neither one of them will be able to resist the call of the wild.
Disclaimer: I was given a copy of this audiobook in exchange for an honest review.
Enter our hero, Daniel. I could tell pretty quickly where this was going, but I didn't care. I like Daniel's character and I like him with Marlee. There was character development, romance, and a bit of action all wrapped up in a cute little novelette package. Yes, the story is a tad predictable, but you can't expect a fully flushed out story in under 60 pages. It's intended to be short and sweet and this is exactly what it was.
Tavia Gilbert works her vocal magic as she reads for Marlee, Daniel and the other pack members. If you don't know by now, you should - Tavia Gilbert is one of my favorite narrators. She always rocks it.
If you're new to Jeanine Frost, this would be a great way to check out her writing. I recommend Pack, it's fun for all!
Happy Reading & Listening,