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Mikhail Matheson came to Salvation for his sister, but he stayed for Elise LaForge. She’s the alpha’s mother and the most fascinating woman he’s ever laid his eyes on. He’s wanted her from the first moment he saw her. He may feel like an outsider in the pack, but there’s no way he can leave when he’s sure Elise is his mate.
Elise’s made a home in North Carolina with her adult sons and their pack. It’s taken her a long time to get over the years she spent with her abusive mate, and while she’s content now, she can’t help but feel there’s something missing in her life. Mikhail stirs emotions in her she never expected to feel, and the attraction between them is off the charts. But Elise’s not sure how her sons and the pack will react, not to mention the danger the pack is facing.
~~Reviewed by Danae~~
Wolf of Her Own is truly wonderful! There is adventure, romance, misdeeds, mistrusts, betrayal, but in the end, everything comes to a wonderful HEA! Which is more then some of the characters in this wonderful book are expecting for themselves. Jacque and Louis are the sons of Elise. So, what will they say when they find out that their mother is the gleam in a non-pack member’s eye? Will there be blood sprayed? Will there be discord within the pack?
Elise LaForge is the mother to the alpha of the Salvation Pack, she is also a widow after her son defeated his father for control of the pack. Her mating to the previous alpha wasn’t the best and when she found out that her sons and their friends were taking the pack to a different place she jumped at the chance for a change of pace. She has enjoyed being her own person living her own life in her own home going where ever and whenever she wants, but she hasn’t been able to live a full life because her former mate has been living in her mind but then she found Mikhail. Could he really be her own salvation?
Mikhail Matheson is a kind of outsider in the sense that he doesn’t really have a place in the Salvation Pack, but his sister is mated to a member of the pack, so he is welcomed but not really integrated into the pack. He sees the way that the pack has helped to change his sister and for that he will always be in their debt. Then there is Elise, she is the first woman that has made him want to howl at the moon in a very long time. He knows that there are ghosts that haunt her and that he needs to take his time with her, but he also knows that she is his.
Wolf of Her Own was a Five Star book!
I voluntarily reviewed an advanced reader copy of this book.