Sunday, August 6, 2017

Review for Lost in Vengeance by H.R. Savage - 5 out of 5!


Shifter Catrina Macintyre has roamed the wilderness of Alaska as a lone wolf for six years. Imprisoned in her wolf form by a promise to her mother, she seeks the opportunity to discover the truth about her parents’ murders. When an Alpha saves her and takes her to his pack, she has to decide whether he will aid her...or destroy her.

Killian Stone is the Alpha of Wolf Creek, determined to save what the Shifter race is quick to dismiss or kill: lone-Shifters. After years of disappointment, finding Cat was a relief. That is until the intriguing and challenging she-wolf reveals a past that could put his pack in danger.

Their undeniable attraction toward each other threatens to collapse Cat’s defensive walls. She’s torn between the hope of a future, and the lingering pain of her past. The truth may be more than either of them anticipated, threatening not only Cat, but the whole Shifter race.

Will Killian convince Cat to abandon her quest for vengeance before it destroys them all?


This was really wonderful and great!! I totally loved this! The story feels so full and complete, and the story was interesting right from the opening scene! Lost in Vengeance has suspense, love, mystery, and H.R. Savage did an excellent job with wolf shifters; something I have read a lot of books about, but Savage's story felt unique and new to me. The story is intriguing, and the writing is top notch. Cat is a dynamic character, and at times I just wanted to shake some sense into her, but she's also strong. The romance is a slow burn, but once it gets going, woo! it's a hot one! Cat and Killian have some heat! Killian is terrific too, and when he turns on his alphaness, Ooo boy! that was some sexy stuff! I loved that both Cat and Killian already are part of the wolf shifter world, so that wasn't a problem for the two, and I actually would've loved if there were even a few more scenes with the shifters in wolf form. It's always such fun when the shifters are in their animal form. I even loved the complexity of the villains! I also listened to this book in audio form, and the narrator did a really great job, and I think she did a good job of bringing the story to life. I'll definitely be reading the next book in this series, and any other books by H.R. Savage!

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