Monday, March 10, 2014

Cole's Redemption by J.D. Tyler - Review

Once, they were Navy SEALS. Now they are the Alpha Pack: a top secret team of wolf shifters with Psy powers who take on the darkest dangers on Earth. But sometimes the greatest danger lies within their own hearts....

Healer and black wolf shifter Zander Cole has survived horrors that would have broken a weaker man. But when a battle leaves him deaf and his powers dimmed, Zan is devastated. Believing himself to be a burden to his team, he sees only one option: leave the Pack forever.

White wolf shifter Selene Westfall knows pain—she is certain her father was responsible for her mother’s death. And she lives to exact revenge. So when she is challenged by a savage black wolf, she puts up a vicious fight—only to become the black wolf’s Bondmate as a result of his bite.

Two damaged souls—one filled with hatred and one who’s lost his reason for living—are forced together as they come to terms with their unlikely, turbulent bond. A love neither expected may be all that stands between them and a killer trying desperately to keep the past dead and buried....

My first experience with J.D. Tyler but certainly not my last. I loved the cast of characters and the unique world she’s created. It’s definitely a well fleshed out and well done world that I will be back to visit. Starting with going back and reading the previous four books since Cole’s Redemption is book five and easily read as a stand alone.

Zander Cole is the kind of man who would do anything for his ‘brothers’ even die for them. He’s easy to love and like, and it’s also easy to see why Selene Westfall would fall in love with them so quickly.

The premise of this world and book is refreshing in it’s unique and fun twist and turns it takes. I really enjoyed that they were shifters but also had special abilities that made them unique. I definitely recommend this story to fans of shifters!

5 Books

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

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