It took a violent, bloody night to separate the Buckley
triplets and send one of them away. A. J. Buckley has
served years in prison, sent there by a human court. He had
done so without argument or regret. Finally after all this
time the CAGED WOLF has his conviction overturned on a
technicality. He is going back to Willow Bend and his
family. Not knowing that the one person he was protecting
is once again in jeopardy by his own pack.
Vivian Knox, the only witness to the crime, spent a year in
prison herself for contempt of court charges. Once
released, and with her own health in question, she works
tirelessly to find a way to get his release. The last thing
she expected once she found the loophole and got his
release was for herself to be kidnapped. This time the
demand that she testify could cost her more than time in
prison. Pack law can be more dangerous then any human court.
CAGED WOLF is the fantastic second glimpse into a pack that
is being remade, one lover at a time. This is the second
book of author Heather Long's Wolves of Willow Bend
series and I loved it as much, if not more, than the first.
This is a well thought out storyline and all the characters
fit into this world perfectly.
The Buckley family is
boisterous; especially the brothers who act like little
kids together and glad to get their boy back. Vivian's life
had been turned upside down since that night but she
couldn't tell the truth, and that is A. J.'s fault, which
you will have to read the book to understand. As a reader I
could feel what A.J. felt, as he is in the courtroom and
then being led from the courtroom toward home. The prison
had damaged his wolf and he wasn't sure he would be able to
heal, that is until he finds that Vivian has been forcibly
brought to the pack so she can testify on what happened
that night. Pack law can certainly be dangerous but a wolf
protecting his mate can be more so. Love this world and
can't wait to see what Ms. Long comes out with next, I will
be first in line to get my hands on it.
Triplets, the Buckley brothers were inseparable until
everything went wrong one violent, bloody night. A.J.
Buckley, the eldest of the trio, faced a human trial for a
brutal murder. Found guilty, he was sentenced to twenty-five
to life. Without argument or regret, he accepted the
sentence. After six years in prison, A.J.â€™s conviction is
overturned on a technicality and he returns to Willow Bend
to face a new Alpha and fresh charges.
Vivian Knox was the only witness to the murder. She refused
to testify in the human courtroom and spent a year in prison
on contempt charges. Once released, she worked tirelessly to
free A.J., finally locating a loophole in the case against
him. Satisfied with his freedom, the last thing she expected
was to be kidnapped to the back of beyond where another
judge demands she testify to what she saw that night. This
time, contempt is the least of her problems.
Only four people know exactly what happened that night and
none are talking. When pack law threatens Vivian, A.J. must
stake his claim, but his wolf might be too damaged to help himâ€¦