After startling revelations about her family history, Sage travels to the River Run Mountains to help restore an ancient water source to the River Wolf Lands. It’s the least she can do, since her ancestors were indirectly responsible for the devastation caused to the River Wolf Clan by a malicious dragon centuries ago.
What she doesn’t expect is to find is her mate.
Wolf shifter, Patrick, is happy that past mistakes are being put where they belong. In…well…the past. However, when Sage, a descendant of the Stone Claw Clan, arrives in River Wolf Lands past and present collide.
Secrets long buried are unearthed and the descendants of the two clans, with the help of dragon shifter, Emilia, will do whatever it takes to find the truth.
Can past mistakes really be forgiven, and old wounds healed?
Sexy shifters and their feisty mates who aren’t shy about loving each other – so, this is an adult, 18+ reader tale.
Titles in the Return to Bear Creek series include: Daddy Bear – Mountain Bear – Honey Bear – Forever Bear – Storm Bear – Silverback Dragon – P.I. Bear – Doctor Daddy Bear – Bad Boy Bear – Silverback Bear – Ranger Bear – Christmas Bear – Hero Bear – Undercover Eagle – Single Daddy Dragon – Secret Baby Bear – Silverback Wolf – Awakened Dragon – Treasure Bear – Silverback History Bear – River Run Wolf –
This series connects in some ways to the Bear Creek series, the Bear Bluff series, and the Return to Bear Bluff series. Characters from all these series seem to visit in quite a neighborly fashion *grin* between Bear Creek and Bear Bluff… so if you haven’t checked them out the list of series is on the Harmony Raines page.
Title: River Run Wolf
Series: Return to Bear Creek #21
Author: Harmony Raines
Published: July 20, 2018
My Rating: 4.5 stars
We finally get some answers about why the dragons were put under the Ancient Sleep spell. And some closure for them as well. With the water flowing for the River Wolf clan once again, Sage will meet her mate. In many ways the children of their ancestors will bring them all full circle in healing and understanding.
I enjoyed River Run Wolf, for the most part, the story part. It is jarring to be yanked out of the story when a dragon’s mate is given her brother’s name at an important part of the story. That’s a proofreading, editing mistake that should have been caught. With the mystery of the dragons solved, and Sage’s family’s part also understood it will be interesting to see where this series will go from here.
I read this title through my Kindle Unlimited subscription.
Available for the Kindle