Green Pines Book 2
May 9, 2013
Rating: 5 Cups
Lorelei has known hardship; part of the small wolf pack that ran to Green Pines for safety, she has experienced everything a wolf can, including the loss of a child.
Colin has chased rogue wolves his entire life; as a child with his father, then as a lone wolf, death has been part of his life. Now he is helping run the small Green Pines sanctuary and he has promised his alpha he will not touch any of the girls, but whether that is for their benefit or his is another story.
There is chemistry between this couple, but Colin needs boundaries and he needs Lorelei to set them. They both need trust, but trusting each other is not their problem, it is trusting themselves to be what they need to be, when magic seems to turn against them.
Ms. Rogers’ new wolf sanctuary promises to be as exciting as Red Rock, with a few added ghosts just to keep things lively. A few good-looking rugged wolves in the mix is a bonus we have come to expect from Rogers, along with a cauldron full of emotions and surprises. This is the second Green Pines book and I would recommend reading the first. It is not needed, but why turn-down a second dose of sexy-wolf magic?
Reviewer for Coffee Time Romance & More