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UNDER THE NORTHERN LIGHTS
by Vivian Arend

Genre: Paranormal/Urban Fantasy, Shapeshifter, Anthology, Paranormal Romance
Sensuality: HOT

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This anthology combines two entertaining reads, books one and two of the Granite Lake Wolves series. In “Wolf Signs,” Arend puts an interesting spin on werewolves and mates by making her spunky heroine deaf. “Wolf Flight” has lots of internal conflict and romance, but the hero is clueless and readers don’t get to experience his shift to wolf form.

In “Wolf Signs,” Robyn Maxwell doesn’t let the fact that she’s deaf hold her back as she takes a backcountry trip on her own. Sexy wilderness guide Keil is caught off guard when he meets his mate, a woman who’s not even aware she has the genes of a wolf. In “Wolf Flight,” Tad Maxwell has tried for two years to follow wolf rules, but he’s conflicted. When Missy, an old friend, returns, sparks fly. Tad knows if he pursues her, he’ll have to give up his wolf nature — or will he? (SAMHAIN, Aug., 224 pp., $14.00)

Reviewed By: Gail Pruszkowski

Publisher: SAMHAIN

Published: August 2010

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