Thursday, March 31, 2016

Wild Fire (#5 Wilding Pack Wolves) by Alisa Woods


Author                         Alisa Woods 
Publication Date        4 April 2016 
Genre                           New Adult Paranormal Romance 




He's a hot fireman. She's a cool scientist.
The wildfire between them is nothing short of magic.


Zoe Wilding is a genetic researcher with a secret she’d rather not have—she’s a white wolf—but with Agent Smith’s immorally-acquired experimental data on shifters, that may change. If she can just isolate the gene that expresses her dangerous white wolf, she’ll finally have a normal life. One that might include a man, if not a mate.

Then her lab blows up.

Troy Hartman is a firefighter and EMT who fought his way out of the shifter gangs as a kid. He’s been watching the Wilding family in the news as they battle the Wolf Hunter, and he’s been itching to join the cause. When the Wilding research facility gets firebombed, he’s first on the scene… and first to rescue a beautiful blue-eyed white wolf.

Only this is no ordinary shifter.

All five of the Wilding families have now been targeted by the Wolf Hunter, and the entire cadre of white wolves—Grace, Noah, Kaden, Owen, and now Zoe—have joined together to find him. Troy’s all-in with Daniel Wilding for the hunt, but the closer Troy gets to Zoe, the more his wolf wants her… only she’s hell-bent on destroying the magic inside her. Can he win over this gorgeous girl and get her to accept the beauty of her inner wolf… or will finding the Wolf Hunter destroy the wild fire inside the woman he’s starting to love?

WILD FIRE is a complete novel with HEA, the FIFTH AND FINAL in the Wilding Pack Wolves series. All stories are standalone, but for maximum reader enjoyment, start with the River Pack Wolves trilogy. Contains scorching hot shifters, alpha heroes, and sexy witches. Only readers over 18 should dive into the dangerously hot world of the Wilding Pack Wolves.
 




This is the last book in in Wilding Pack Wolves series. What a finale! 

Troy is a Firefighter and an EMT. He managed to get away from the shifter gang to make a life for himself. He has never belonged to a pack and knows nothing about pack life. Living and working in the human community doesn't give him much chances of finding a shifter mate. 

Zoe Wilding is a scientist. She is not happy about the nature of her wolf and is working hard to isolate the gene which could get rid of her wolf. She doesn’t date much for that reason and is hoping that if she succeeds, she will be able to live a "normal" life. 

Whilst Zoe is working late one night, the lab gets blown up! Troy comes to the rescue. Zoe is in a bad state but amazes Troy with her abilities. Troy keeps quiet about what he has seen but wants to get to know Zoe better! She is not having it though. She is attracted to him but pushes him away just the same. Will she change her mind and give him a chance? Troy has joined Daniel and the rest of the pack to be a part of the "hunt" for the Wolf Hunter. Something he has wanted to do since the Wolf Hunter started to target the wolves. Can he adapt to being part of a pack? 

It's nice to see the other Wilding family members again, specially a very loving and assertive Daniel. The River Pack plays a role too. The Mayor is still very supportive of the wolves but there is a big twist here!

This final instalment is full of surprises. Expect the unexpected! Like the other books in the series it's fast paced and hot! To me this is the best of the series. I would fully recommend this series to other readers. 


I received a complimentary ecopy of this book from the author in exchange for an honest review. 





Alisa Woods lives in the Midwest with her husband and family, but her heart will always belong to the beaches and mountains where she grew up. She writes sexy paranormal romances about alpha men and the women who love them. She loves to explore the struggles we all have, where we resist - and succumb to - our vices as well as our greatest desires. She firmly believes that love triumphs over all.











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