"Wolf Signs" [Granite Lake Wolves, Book 1] by Vivian Arend
My Book Summary : Robyn is disappointed that her brother isn't able to go with them on their annual ski trip to a cabin on Granite Lake. However, just because of that and her being deaf does NOT mean she isn't going, even if that means going alone. She is all packed, ready to go, and she's going ... no matter what!
She just didn't plan on two brothers who planned on getting away for a while themselves, staying at that same cabin.
Keil and TJ were just getting away to relax for a little while before Keil's pack challenge came up. They never expected to run into anyone here, especially not a hot, feisty woman who's deaf and doesn't know she's a full-blooded werewolf. Time to prove it to her and more ...... to bad with the challenge there's a deadline for it all...
My Book Review : 3 out of 5 stars. A great beginning for this fun and spicy series!! Keil is the definition of possessive alpha male in this story. While I loved reading about Keil & Robyn worked through their "communication issues," turning this story into one I've never read about before. I recommend this book and series for anyone who likes to read a werewolf (slightly erotic) romance.
My Previous Review(s) for this Series : Book 3 | Book 4
My Previous Review(s) for this Author : Tidal Wave | Whirlpool
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“You okay, Keil?” TJ wandered back with a worried expression on his face.
“Just fine. Um, leg cramp. Get the coffee.”
“Yes, master. Right away, master.”
Keil looked at Robyn who smiled at him, a mischievous glint in her eyes that he hadn’t seen the day before.
She mouthed the words back to him, “Leg cramp,” and squeezed. Her face was flushed but she was still smiling, and when she leaned up to kiss him, he thought he must have died and gone to heaven. ~ within Chapter 3
“No way, Keil. Oh man, you know I hate wearing those things. Tell her I don’t have to,” TJ whined.For more information on this book, series, and/or any other books by Vivian, then please check out her website.
Robyn held out the devices to the men, her eyebrow rising at the sight of TJ pulling back and hiding his hands behind his back.
“I hate them.”
Robyn’s shrug said she didn’t care what he thought as she stepped up to him, slipped the strap over his neck and fastened the waist belt. She reached up and patted TJ’s pouting cheek while she batted her eyes and gave him an evil grin.
“I feel like a dog with a collar.” ~ within Chapter 5