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For three days out of 30, when the moon is full and her law is iron, the Great North Pack must be wild. If she returns to her Pack, the stranger will die. But if she stays....

Silver Nilsdottir is at the bottom of her Pack's social order, with little chance for a decent mate and a better life. Until the day a stranger stumbles into their territory, wounded and beaten, and Silver decides to risk everything on Tiberius Leveraux.

But Tiberius isn't all he seems, and in the fragile balance of the Pack and wild, he may tip the destiny of all wolves....

©2018 Maria Vale (P)2018 Tantor

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  • PNR Book Lover Reviews
  • 03-04-19

Fantastic

Wow, I am shook. I didn’t realize until I was finished with this book at how much I needed it in my life. Fantastic story, brilliant performances, phenomenal story telling, absolutely lovely characters and overall amazing. I am so in love with this story that I can not wait to re listen to it again. The romance was slow build but when it was on it was HOT. I loved everything about this story and I can’t praise it enough. I can’t wait to listen and read the next one in the series.

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  • Dr. McHottie
  • 09-04-19

Unique

Unique take on the were/shifter/Norse descendants concept. Perspective much different from any previous shifter books I’ve read. In a lot of ways it was richer for the constancy and consistence of the protagonists unique worldview. It permeated the entire story. Luckily it also had a HEA.

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  • Tamara
  • 14-04-19

Not the normal shifter story

I enjoyed this book quite a bit. I really loved the characters. I typically like more action than this one has but found myself wanting to know what was going to happen next and was even surprised on more than one occasion. The narrator is great!! I still prefer more action and the more cheesy concept of shifters but would recommend this book.

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  • KaxantheDragon
  • 18-02-20

Finally!

A story that has relatable characters, characters flaws, and doesn’t honorize abusive relationships. Storyline isn’t predictable and I enjoyed every minute of it. A romance novel I can finally get behind.

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  • Bridgette Bravo
  • 10-02-18

The last wolf

Not a very good story. Poor development of the characters and doesn't really get you involved into the story

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  • Ttly Addicted 2 Reading
  • 26-08-20

The Last Wolf

I liked this story, but it did not wow me. If you are looking for romance, then this is not a book for you. The main characters became a couple, but the focus was more on pack politics and survival. The Last Wolf, the first book in The Legend of All Wolves, tells the story of Silver Nilsdottir and Tiberius Leveraux. Silver is a member of the Great North Park, an ancient breed and the first of their kind to relocate to North America. Because of a birth defect, Silver is at the lower echelon of the pack, destined to be a slave. At the moment she was to face her destiny, a wounded shifter seeking refuge entered their midst. To save him from death at the hands of her pack members, she offered to become his protector, which released her from becoming a slave. This would prove a risk as they both faced the possibility of being exiled if the Pack did not consider the stranger worthy to become a part of them. In addition, he is keeping a secret, which has the potential to destroy the pack. The prologue provided a history of how the pack ended up living in North America. We also see how the enmity between shifters and werewolves originated. The events which occurred were interesting, which had me looking forward to the rest of the story. However, it did not go as expected. I found the pacing to be slow, and it took me some time to get into the story. In addition, I found parts of the story difficult to follow. I had to reread several paragraphs in my aim to grasp the Pack’s rules and behaviours among other things. The story yielded a few laughs and some awkward moments. Narrated from the POV of the heroine, the story treats readers to her perspective, but I feel it would have more of an impact if Tiberius’s POV was introduced. Silver and Tiberius had a lot in common. They were both damaged physically and emotionally. Tiberius refused to embrace his wolf as result. Silver is determined, resilient, loyal, smart and somewhat impulsive, while Tiberius was strong and protective. I enjoyed getting to know them as individuals, but I found it difficult to connect with them as a couple. I found the world building unique. Pack members and shifters were sworn enemies and would kill each other when the opportunity arises. The pack members were wolves who changed to humans. Some were not comfortable being humans but did so as a means of survival. Shifters were humans who changed to wolves and preferred to embrace their human sides. The laws and customs of the pack were strange and gruesome. For example, whatever they killed, had to be eaten, which led to a few stomach-turning moments. I received an ARC through Netgalley, but never got around to reading. I purchased a copy earlier this year and just as I was about to read it I discovered it was in Audible Escape, so I listened to the audio along with reading the book. It was my first time listening to Rachel Dulude. I enjoyed her portrayal of Silver. She brought the story to life, which made it easy to listen. Conclusion/Recommendation Overall, I found The Last Wolf to be an interesting start to the series.

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  • diamondtiger
  • 17-02-20

very different

great narrator but the story was confusing at first alittle.. but overall pretty good to listen to

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  • Anonymous User
  • 23-12-19

great new spin on shifters

i loved it im downloading the second one now so good it was a refreshing new spin on werewolves

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  • happyjo
  • 23-11-19

The Last wolf

This shifter book was very different than the others of its kind. Lots and lots of action, some romance and interesting interactions between pack members, humans and other werepacks.

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  • Scarz
  • 22-11-19

Wasn't what I expected... 2/5

The only thing I liked was the different take on wolf pack life in this book. Sadly, overall, I didn't find the two MF's to be interesting at all and wondered why they were the MF's. The story was lacking and just talked about the two MF's daily life. There was no fights worth mentioning, a few scuffles only. Don't get me started on the FMC simply bypassing the fact that the MMC told her he was basically a spy who infiltrated their land and pack for info. There was a weak connection between the two MC's and how fast they confessed their love for one another and how the FMC preached about her loyalty to her pack but immediately sided with the MFC after his confession and decided not to tell her alpha. Also the pack didn't seem all that powerful along with the alpha since all they were described doing was buying land and snitching on the human who had land next to them they wanted.