Into the best-laid plans a little chaos must fall…
Wolf-about-town, Jared Gilliland, hides secrets within secrets, but his love of the female persuasion isn’t one of them. It’s woman-trouble that disrupts his quiet morning coffee near the harbor and ends with him on a cruise ship impersonating one of his pack mates. No worries. It’s just a new adventure to enjoy—until he’s confronted with someone who makes his inner wolf sit up and howl. Suddenly, Jared’s stuck in limbo; wanting to protect, needing to stay away.
Keri Smith joined her best friend for the shifter-only sailing of the Arctic Wolf Cruise. Her job is supposed to be trouble-shooter, so while she’s nearly positive the last-minute recruit sneaking aboard the tour is her mate, ix-nay on confirming that at least for the next ten days. Getting tangled up in mating lust would reduce her skills to nil. Avoidance of the sexy wolf for the duration of the cruise, followed by jumping his bones, seems the logical solution.
But when libidos are on the line, “logic” and “wolves” don’t go together.
Warning: Really? You need to be warned about the hot nookie and sarcasm? Yeah, it’s in here. Also, colourful cat shifters, lupine royalty, and wild adventures in cabins like you’ve never seen before.
The NORTHERN LIGHTS EDITION is a revised and extended version of the 2012 original.
Wolf shifter Keri is doing her best to keep her friend calm but hadn't expected her own temperature to rise when she stumbles upon her own Mate! Oh boy, is she in trouble but Michael (Jared) doesn't seem that interested. What is a girl to do with a fire raging inside her and then the added problem of a thief onboard? Yes, it's anything but plain sailing!
Wolf Line is a silly story about misunderstandings and this couple does seem to get their wires crossed which adds greatly to the fun. We still get Ms Arend's signature heat with lots of sexy times, but for me, it was seeing this world expanded and Jared isn't exactly what I thought. Not only does the author add in a Royal family which was a total surprise but we are also introduced to cat shifters.
Easy to read, very lighthearted and these stories are so entertaining if a little short.
This voluntary review is honest and I believe fair.