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As the craziest year of her life comes to a close, Kitten finds herself on the brink of a new journey. Motherhood. That's right, there's new life coming to the Ivaskov pack. Since meeting her mates, Kitten's world has been a roller-coaster of ups and downs and everything in between. With a new baby on the way, Kitten and the guys take time to figure out their relationships and what it means to be family.

Well...sort of.

There's also a war going on, more secrets than any wolf should have to handle, and somehow, the past always has a way of sneaking up on you when you're least expecting it.

©2019 Lane Whitt (P)2019 Tantor

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Expected more

I expected more from the third book, it’s a bit dull comparing to the first two books

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great series

really enjoyed this series, lots of laugh out loud moments and tears, a truly rollercoaster of a ride. Well narrated but some very questionable accents! sure the aussies will balk at sounding Irish! Most enjoyed that Kitten got her hea and found peace in family

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Amazing book.

I thought this was a beautiful ending to the trilogy! I hope one day there may be a new book to the series. The readers where great!

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amazing

I hope there this isn't the end of the series. This book was amazing and I loved it. I finished it in 2 days

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Nice end to the books!

Great books, enjoyed every minute except a certain point in the book when their was blame aimed at the wrong person(Kitten), she should of held her ground! other then that I really enjoyed the ending, it was ment to be.

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Excellent conclusion to a great trilogy :)

Very much enjoyed this series, If your like RH Shifter stories, then this is for you. Good story, Great characters and some good highs and lows. Narration is good too. Highly recommended :)

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  • Jamie
  • 13-04-20

First time triggered by a Reverse Harem

I am an Avid Reverse Harem reader who usually can read any type Bully, Erotica, Dom/Sub I like it all. However this series made me very uncomfortable. The first book the MC was believed to be roughly 16, that gave me the icks but I chose to overlook it and age up the girl in my mind. It was a decent plot so I read the first two with no issues. I was into the third book when a sex scene came up that was so sublty degrading of MC, that it actually made me feel degraded myself. The only reason I'm putting this out here is for a warning for anyone who has underlying issues to be aware of, even if you are normally fine with just about anything.

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  • Amazon Customer
  • 29-08-19

Great conclusion

This book is more lighthearted than the other too, which final books are usually the opposite. Nothing heavy or too crazy happens it basically just wraps everything up. Kitten tries to unite all the packs together for mutual benifits and to create more of a community between wolves. She also finally discoveres what happened to her parents. The book closes out well. If you liked the other books you will like this one and it kinda just closes out all the wholes from the store. Would recommend.

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  • Kindle Customer
  • 01-10-19

Great Final Book

Great way to finish the story, I love the narration from both male and female. Such a happy ending for a great series.

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  • IreneMBBT
  • 29-05-20

Light but enjoyable read with sexy parts

This is best enjoyed if you’ve read the first two books in the series. Kitten is mostly recovered from her kidnap and torture and is now bonded to her mates. Along with her mates she works to improve the situation of her Ivaskov pack. Determined to prove her worth Kitten contacted other pack alphas to forge alliances, share information, and improve life for all wolf shifters. And if that wasn’t enough to rock the shifter world, that’s not just one baby. Yeah, there’s several disconnects in the story and series - like the mates wouldn’t insist on a physical that would show more than one pup - but it’s so engaging that you say “ok, I’m enjoying the story so I’m going to ignore that” and keep on. Great for when you want a reality time out with a mostly light read. George and North do a pretty decent job with narration. Their voices fit the characters and add to the story. Cheers!

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  • Gateread101
  • 13-01-20

Adult Theme/ About Loving More

Worth reading. I have read Books 1-3 and enjoyed them all. I found the whole series to be a little over whelming and needed a break from this kind of theme for a while.. Poly people will enjoy these books I think. I found the story so loving that it was intense.

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  • Rae Pond
  • 20-11-20

Very Well Written! A definite addicting listen!!

This is the third in a trio of romantic/fantasy books with many surprising life lessons. Excellent series, excellent narrators.

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  • Killian
  • 15-11-20

it is what it is

If you read the other two books just know things get more "Kitten = savior' than ever before.

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  • Anonymous User
  • 16-10-20

great books

loved all 3 of these books wish there were more very very exciting i kept wanting to read more totally loved the name's of the mate's wish they would make it a movie

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  • melissa Bullock
  • 02-10-20

love the multiple view pionts

my favorite thing about this reading is that there is a male doing the male voices! it really helps bring the story to life

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  • Tiffany
  • 22-09-20

overall great series

I really enjoyed this series. The only reason I went with an overall score of 4 is because there was the part where Remi and 2 of the guys were teaching Kitten something and she had already experienced it in book two with the twins. Also, I felt like they made her act very inexperienced with life and naive of things I think she would have experienced and dealt with growing up on the streets and reading as much as she did.