Review of Phoenix Rising by Cara Carnes

Phoenix Rising by Cara Carnes

Riletta didn’t know where she came from originally.  She only knew she didn’t belong with the shifter clan who raised her.  They weren’t nice to her when they learned that she couldn’t shift,  and when the Alpha of that clan dropped her off at college with a handful of money and a warning that she had to make her own way, she was determined to figure out her independence.  Macen was the Alpha of the wolf clan at the college and was in line to become Alpha of his clan back home.  He sensed something in Riletta, who he called Riles, and was determined to protect her at all cost.

What happens when the past comes back into her life?  Can Macen protect the girl who he knows to be his mate from things that could tear apart other couples?

Reading about what happens to shape shifters between childhood and adult hood gave me a lot to think about.  It was interesting getting this author’s take on the situation.  I liked the book a lot and look forward to reading more from this author.


5 stars

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