Black Hills Wolves
by Taryn Kincaid
Barely 18 years old and with a head full of visions and lupine voices Brick Northridge feels driven to challenge the greedy an cruel Alpha of his pack. But lacking the muscle and massive bulk that is commonly required to take out a mature, powerful creature with decades of experience, Brick was quickly taken down by the leader. Beaten by the Alpha's thugs and exiled from the pack he is left to live his life alone in a mountain cabin in the black Hills.
Summer McCoy discovers Brick while flying in the form of a raven. She is a feline shifter and skinwalker who prefers to be in the form of the bird more than any other. She see's him and wonders what is wrong with him since he isn't even getting up to take care of himself. So she starts to bring him trinkets and singing her birdsong to him until he seems to snap out of his funk.
It has been 10 years since she has been watching him from afar and he seems to enjoy knowing that she is near. But now her clan is threatening the pack that banished Brick. Can he go back? Can they bring peace to the clans if they work together?? Can their love heal the forces that are determined to destroy them??
Review: I liked Brick right off the bat even when he was a little full of himself and ready to challenge the Alpha before he was ready. I enjoyed watching him mature and come into himself in the quiet mountain cabin. And Summer was great. Bringing him things and just watching from afar to see if he liked what she brought. The way the author built their relationship without them being right there with each other was great. I really liked their story and reading this author. I look forward to reading more of her books :)
5 of 5 stars