Sunday, May 22, 2016

Review: Wolf's Ascension by Lauren Dane

Attacked by werewolves. Mated to the Alpha. Declared a queen. Kari is having an unusual day.

In the Cherchez wolf pack, loyalty is earned, not given. For Andreas, the pull he feels toward Kari cannot be ignored, a physical bond immediate and unbreakable—though Andreas wants to win Kari’s heart as well as her body. But someone isn’t happy about his new mate, and Kari’s just beginning to trust him and the pack when attempted murder threatens their new found happiness.

Andreas brings out the deepest hunger in Kari, a sexy, passionate side of herself she never knew was there. And her new life as werewolf queen is turning out to be surprisingly emotional in other ways, as well. The bond she feels with Andreas extends to the others in the pack—others she’s now bound to defend.

And as the pack’s enemies are about to discover, Kari will do anything to protect her new family. 


I've read this series by Lauren Dane before and I loved it then and I still loved it this time. Kari is an amazing heroine. She's smart, ballsy, funny and loyal to a fault. She is dropped liked Alice into wonderland and quite understandably is completely freaked out by it. Andreas is a wonderful hero and fantastic alpha but quite discombobulated with finding his mate and her being changed without his say so and ahead of schedule. After finally showing Kari that werewolves are real she calms down somewhat and starts falling in love with Andreas and his pack. And just when everything is going smooth a psychopathic killer shows up to play and wants to play with Kari. I love the amazing feeling of family in this series. And the action in this book made for a wonderful read. I give this book 5 stars and if you've not read it you need to. And the others in this series are a must read also. There are several characters in this series that didn't get books before and I'm hoping with crossed fingers and toes that she does so in the near future.
I was given this book via Netgalley in exchange for a fair and honest review.

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