"She is just what he wasn't looking for."
Reviewed by Annetta Sweetko
Posted February 23, 2015
Ryker Grey is a pack Enforcer for the Black Hills Wolves,
he is use to being on the outside looking in. It was the
only way he could survive under the old Alpha. The new
Alpha, Drew, is bringing back the life long missing to the
pack but Ryker remains wary and vigilant. He has no idea
that he is about to find our WHAT A WOLF WANTS he can
Saja Lyons has spent years studying cultures, but never
feeling as if she belongs. Now on a three months cross
country road trip she has enjoyed it all until her car
breaks down on a stretch of deserted road in the middle of
nowhere South Dakota
The only reason he approached Saja is to help her and get
her away from Los Lobos as quickly as possible. For the
safety of the pack. But something about this human woman
arouses much more than the hunter instinct, the protective
instinct ... she arouses him ... period. What if the best
to ever happen to him is a danger to his pack? What will
this enforcer ... trained to kill and protect do ... if
heart is threatened?
WHAT A WOLF WANTS is an incredible, though way too short,
read. I felt for Ryker because of his blood oath to the
former Alpha he had separated himself from the pack as
as possible leaving this wolf isolated and lonely. Then in
comes Saja adorable but a little odd and he slowly comes
life despite trying to keep his distance. You have to
admire the way author Heather Long throws the readers into
the relationship dance with all the surprises that follow
their meeting. I found myself laughing out loud a number
times mostly at Saja's monologue about what was happening
to her. This is book two of the Black Hills Wolves
(Wolf's Return by Rebecca Royce was the first) but it is a
stand alone book with enough background information so you
won't feel lost. Ms. Long never disappoints ... her
characters have depth; enough twists and turns to keep you
glued to the pages, and the sex ... hot and steamy. I
wait for the next book to come from her vivid imagination.
He runs alone...
Ryker Grey is used to being on the outside looking in. For
more than fifty years, he has worked as Pack Enforcer for
the Black Hills Wolves, rising to his rank swiftly.
Compelled by duty and devotion to his people, he fought to
keep them protected from within and without—earning a few
enemies and fewer friends. Drew’s return has sparked
in the fraying pack, but Ryker remains vigilant.
She needs a place to call her own...
Saja Lyons has spent her life studying cultures, but never
really being a part of them. Completing a double specialty
in psychology and sociology, she decides to take the three
months after her graduation to find herself on a
cross-country drive. She embraces the nomadic road trip
until her car breaks down on a deserted stretch of road in
the middle of nowhere South Dakota.
Two lonely lives collide in the cold...
Ryker catches Saja’s scent from a mile away, loneliness
edged in fear, frustration, and utter femininity. He
approaches her in order to lend her a hand and get her out
of the pack’s way...the sooner she’s gone from Los Lobos,
the safer the pack will be. When their gazes meet, her
playful hostility arouses the hunter in him, and for the
first time in fifty years, the enforcer tastes what it’s
like to not be alone...
But what if the best thing that ever happened to him is a
danger to the Black Hills Wolves?
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