Sunday, March 5, 2017

Book Review: Esher

Title - Esher
Author - V Vaughn 
Genre - Paranormal Romance 
Series - Winter Valley Wolves #7
Published - November 7th 2015 
Format - Kindle eBook
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Andi Thompson’s days are numbered. Her cancer is back with a vengeance, and her only hope for survival pumps through the veins of her ex-boyfriend, Esher Wakefield. Back in college the werewolf saved her with a vial of his blood. But Andi took her good fortune too far, and her actions nearly revealed the Silver Lake wolves for what they really are. 

Esher Wakefield is a successful pediatrician and respected member of his wolf pack. The only thing missing in his life is his true mate, Andi. Unfortunately curing her years ago jeopardized his very existence and forced them apart. When Andi comes to him as her last hope at survival, he knows he must save her. But cancer isn’t the only thing that threatens to take away the love of his life. 

Andi may have been working for Dr. Sands but she has only been doing it to protect the wolves of Winter Valley. When her attempt to get the wolves failed before she thought that Dr. Sands was done till she showed up at her doorstep. However, her time is running out as her leukemia has returned forcing her to seek out Esher who saved her life once before. After everything that came between them before will Esher be willing to help her? Or will the past keep them apart? 

I liked Andi when we had a chance to see her in the prior books when she was helping Mia and Ekton. She's a sweetheart just like all of the girls who find werewolves to love, and risked it all to save them. I like Esher he's a good guy just like his brothers he just happened to fall in love with a scientist who has to thwart her evil boss. 

I’ve been working my way through the Winter Valley Wolves series. Each novel is the series is a fast-paced whirlwind romance that captures the heart as well as the imagination. The author has created this perfect little lake community to allow her werewolves to live. She’s also put her own unique spin on the werewolves, like how they shift and how they form true mate relationships which I find fascinating. I’ve enjoyed every installment in the series but the Wakefield boys might just be my favorite so far. I can’t wait to dive right into the next one and I know when I finish they will be a series I come back to read over and over.

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