Thursday, November 7, 2013

Review: Waking Sarah by Krystal Shannan

Council threats and Renata’s deadly attack leave the Vegas pack scrambling to regroup… 

Heartbroken over the death of her fiancé and tortured by a voice in her mind that’s haunted her since childhood, Sarah McLain learns her true ancestry after attending her best friend Margaret’s wedding. Can the pack save Sarah from the darkness that threatens to overwhelm her? Or will the wolf inside drive her over the edge before they can show her being a supernatural being is a good thing?

Chris Michaels is in charge of training the new latent werewolves at the O’Hearn mountain inn, now known as Woodhaven. His focus is tested when he finds out the beautiful but sad redhead, Sarah McLain, is his trainee. The connection he feels to her is strong but not magickal, and his wolf claims it foolish to listen to his human instincts. Can Chris heal her broken heart in time, or will he lose the woman he knows is perfect for him.

My Review:

Waking Sarah is the third book in Krystal Shannan’s amazing Vegas Mates series, and it’s interesting to see it coming from a different angle. Sarah has no idea about her wolf side, and she isn’t too happy when she does find out.

Chris has always been a wolf, and he trusts his wolf with everything, and with his wolf not claiming Sarah but him feeling like she’s his mate there is a whole lot of confusion for both man and wolf. He wants Sarah, but is worried that when she finally embraces her wolf she won’t feel the same.

The sub plot of Renata and the mischief she’s up to ties this story to the others, as well as the reappearance of past characters. The Renata plot advances but is far from tied up since I imagine it will be a major plot point in future books.

I highly recommend this book, it’s a delightful read that moves quickly and brings some serious sexiness and emotion to the table.

4.5 Books

I received a copy in exchange for my honest review. I was not compensated for my review. 

1 comment:

  1. I look forward to this one and I'm intrigued by the switch in the man's wolf not wanting her.