After being dumped at the altar by my long-time fiancé, I joined my bear clan’s security team and dedicated my life to protecting my clan and my family.
My nephew was kidnapped, and the only clue left was a note that sent me to Snow Haven, Alaska. This tiny little town was quaint and full of friendly shifters, witches, and humans.
A dark shadow had been cast over the town, though, in the form of a monstrous building that had incredible security. I knew my nephew, Efron, was in there and was determined to get in.
While searching for Efron, I met Josh, who was head of security for his wolf shifter clan. He sent my world into a tailspin. I had vowed never to love again, but here was this man who captured my heart and soul.
However, I could tell that he had a dark secret of his own that would prevent us from finding happiness.
I tell myself that I can find Efron and leave Josh and Snow Haven behind. The problem is, that I’m not a very good liar.
A bear shifter – the cub that I am searching for
A wolf shifter – the man who has captured my heart
A group of shifter traffickers – who stole my nephew and led me to Snow Haven
I knew it was a mistake to fall in love again. Yet, my heart and soul refused to listen to reason.
I know he loves me. But will his secret destroy any chance we have of finding love again?
Titles in the Snow Haven Shifters series include — Her Alpha Dragon Protector —♥— Heart Broken Wolf Shifter —♥— Next-Door Bear Daddy —♥— Lion’s Only Love —♥— Healing the Panther’s Heart —♥— Tiger’s Runaway Bride —♥— Bear’s Tangled Love Affair —♥— Dragon’s Obsession for Darkness —♥—
This is an adult 18+ story that contains language, possible violence, and/or sexual situations geared to an adult audience.
Title: Heart Broken Wolf Shifter
Series: Snow Haven Shifters #2
Author: Brittany White
Published: December 6, 2022
My Rating: 4
Heart Broken Wolf Shifter continues the Snow Haven Shifters series with an intense, emotional romance with almost as many questions as there are dangers. And two painfully stubborn people who have to almost lose everything before they come to their senses.
Raven has her reasons for traveling to Snow Haven, and they’ve got nothing to do with finding her mate. But, then, she wasn’t expecting to find Josh — the stubborn, annoying, sexy man that he is. She’s searching for her kidnapped nephew, Efron, and clues have led her to this small, remote Alaskan town where no one seems to want to deal with the evil feelings that huge, new building near town is producing for not only her but some townsfolk as well. She’s not one to sit back and do nothing, so she’ll set out to find Efron on her own without help from the local shifter security or the man who heads up that security detail. Too bad that the attraction for Josh won’t fade away while she gets the job done, because her nephew is in that building; she senses it, but it’s not going to be easy to prove it… or to get in to rescue him.
Josh is holding onto the past, or specifically a certain painful part of his past. Meeting Raven has set him off-kilter. He hadn’t really believed in fated mates, but his reaction to this woman can only be explained in a way that he’s unwilling to acknowledge. And that refusal will hurt them both, even as they get closer as they work on solving the missing shifter children’s cases that seem to be tied to that new monstrosity on the hill… but proving that isn’t going to happen overnight or as quickly as Raven wants.
It was so easy to fall back into this world. Josh and Raven are right for each other, but they’ll have to get beyond the past before they can have the future together that they deserve. And with as stubborn as Josh can be… that’s not going to happen anytime soon, or at least, not until he gets over himself and faces reality.
The buildup to discovering what is happening to the children is intense. Raven and Josh will play a huge part in that, yet they’ll still have to deal with their own problems of two mates who need each other but are slow to admit that fact. The villains are vile, the secondary characters intriguing, and the story kept me engaged throughout. I’ll admit that there were parts that felt a bit rushed, where I wanted more details about a situation, but that was my own reaction; other readers may feel differently. In all, I enjoyed myself and will be continuing the series.
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