Thursday, June 8, 2017

Review for Salvation by Anna Lowe - 4 out of 5


One hero, assumed dead. One woman who refuses to give up. One destiny.
Anna Boone won’t give up the search for her cousin, Sarah, who everyone assumes dead. And she refuses to give up on the wounded bear found next to the ashes of her cousin’s house. There’s something deep in his eyes and in his soul she just can’t resist. Something special. Something…human, almost. When her search for the truth leads her to the Blue Moon Saloon, Anna finds more than she ever bargained for — and unwittingly leads a deadly foe to those she loves most.


Love Anna Lowe's writing! I'm always excited when I read one of her books! Before reading this book, make sure to read the previous books! Mainly the book right before this one because it features a storyline that continues into this book, so definitely check that one out first! This book is Anna and Todd's story. Anna, who is the cousin of Sarah from the previous book, and has always felt like her cousin is alive despite what those around her think, so she sets out in search of her cousin, but she finds out a whole lot more than she ever expected. Todd, a bear shifter, who is the cousin of Soren from the previous book, hasn't been having a very easy life lately. He was severely injured during an attack, and when Destiny leads him to Soren and Sarah's doorstep, he finds out some surprising things that further complicate his life, but when he sees Anna, things start looking up for him, but he doesn't feel worthy of her, and there is a lot that Anna doesn't know. Todd and Anna are really sweet with each other, and I love how sure Anna is in how she feels about Todd. Some hot moments between the two! There's still the possible danger of the "Pure" group hunting down the shifters that mix with human and other types of shifters to add suspense and action to the story, which is always entertaining and fun to read. There's also some personal drama between Todd and Soren and Sarah, which isn't my favorite storyline, but is still an interesting one. I felt bad for Anna at times, and I was really hoping something would work out for her a little differently, and come to think of it, for Todd too, but in the end, I was okay with how it turned out. This is a heartfelt, hopeful story! Looking forward to the next book!

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