Katalina Winter was prepared for life to change when she turned eighteen - but she never expected to actually change.
Learning that her birth parents were purebred wolf shifters is shocking enough. Now she's expected to take her place in their unfamiliar world. Caught between two warring packs, Katalina must learn fast. One pack, led by the father she has only just met, wants to control her - and the other one wants her dead.
However, there is one bright spot to shifting, and his name is Bass Evernight. Tall, dark, and oh-so-handsome, Bass is the wolf that Katalina craves. He's also strictly forbidden: a member of Dark Shadow, Bass is the son of her father's mortal enemy. Yet deep down inside, Katalina's new primal instincts howl that Bass is her mate. Can their love bring an end to the brutal war that has raged for so long, or will it spark the fighting around them into an all-consuming fire?
Revised edition: This edition of Winter Wolf includes editorial revisions.
©2015 Rachel M. Raithby (P)2015 Brilliance Audio, all rights reserved.
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"I thought this book was written well. "
Loved it, the characters really come to life throughout the story. Will recommend this book.
first time I've actually listen to a paranormal book being read for me or audio thought it was a great book I love how the action the love and the family were created Sebastian a Dark Wolf at Alpha son as a mate to the Raven wolves Catalina Winters was adopted by a winter family also her mother's name was Winter who died saving her Catalina's family mother and father had died in a car wreck her father Jackson was a wreck of a wolf who possessed and power after his wife had passed away gradebook great author I would read more books of hers
I finished this book in one day. I've recently gotten into shifter books and am glad I stumbled upon this one. Kat and Bass are just too good and super sweet together.
LOVED IT... VERY WELL WROTE.. KEPT ME INTERESTED FROM THE VERY BEGINNING TO END! EVERY EMOTION WAS FELT... I LAUGHED AND CRIED AND EVEN GOT ANGRY... WELL WORTH READING
"Think twice before buying"
Are we sure that the main character, Kat, is eighteen? She acts more like a thirteen year old. I mean come on. In one part of the book (ch.8). Cage tells her to come inside. And because Kat felt like he was treating her like a child she was going to act like a child.
The story line was good. I did not like the narrators voice. I think I may have enjoyed this book more if I had read it myself instead of listening to it. The narrators voice just kind have ruined the story for me.
It took a lot out of me to be able to finesh this book. Not one of my favorites. Kind of upset I wasted my money.
"Whiney, screaming, brat!"
I'm one that can usually enjoy just about any book. So when I write a bad review, it means the book was really bad. The story was good. But the main character in this book whined and cried and screamed at people through the whole book. Her end of the dialogue ruined it for me. It was incredibly annoying and exhausting listening to her. Huge drama queen! I kept waiting for her to get a grip. It didn't happen. I feel like I wasted my time on this one.
"keeps your interest all the way"
their are very few books that keep my interest this is defiantly one. The only problem I have is how quickly and easily Kat is to accept that Jackson is her father anyone who is attacked and taken against their will if a cop comes to the door where they are being held they would call out especially if it is a girl who has been told she is there to have babies with someone she has never met other than that I really enjoyed the book and the narrator and her narration was wonderful.
3 for story and 1 for narration. All words were over embellished especially any whining/screaming/crying. Read the book don't listen to this one.
I only finished this story out of respect. I found the lead very annoying and babyish. it was like a horrible soap opera.
give the lead girl a back bone stop pitying yourself all the time and grow up. your not five your 18 act like it.
very drawl and tired.
I only finished this book because I had nothing better to do. the story line was good, but it was so cliche. I also find it tacky to use swearing instead of true descriptive and creative writting. not my favorite book.
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