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Publisher's Summary

Karis Begay is the only surviving heir to the Begay wolves of the Alaskan Pack. Someday she will take her place as Pack Mother, which is a lifelong burden she has always carried with pride. It kept her isolated from others and hesitant to let anyone close to her. As she enters her freshman year at Archibald Reynolds College, no one knows who she is or who she is destined to become. It's a chance at a fresh start, and just maybe...the beginning of something new.  

Damon Rossi has been on his own, torn between two packs, most of his life. His true family was found in his brothers of Delta Omega Gamma. Sadness and depression loom over him as he faces his senior year not ready to move on to the next chapter in his life. That is, until he catches the scent of his one true mate. That scent drives his wolf wild, and Damon struggles to dominate the previously docile creature as it surges with newfound powers he doesn't understand.  

Damon will do anything to be with Karis, but how will he respond when she tells him her secret - that mating her seals his fate as Alpha?  

Contains mature themes.

©2018 Julie Trettel (P)2020 Tantor

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Boring 😴

OMG,so slow and just hit marked as finished to never pick any of her stories again

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100% Coruscating, I loved it!!

Wow, I was pleasantly surprised that I knew the characters and their back stories, when diving into this book. I listened to the complete series of "The Westin Pack" and that's where I heard Chase and Jenna's story (Book 4, Confusing Hearts) and their friends, Chad and Matt! If you have a chance, it's worth your time as that is a pretty amazing series.

So when I started this book and heard their names, I instantly found the connection, because I knew the back story of Chase, Jenna, Chad and yes even Matt.

Just like Julie's other books, it was easy to find a connection with Damon and Karis. I really enjoyed their story, because it had heart with a true flashing sparkle between all characters. I am very excited to move onto book two and hear Chad's story. I already know he is one bad ass Squirrel as he proved that in the big fight with the cats in the "Westin Pack" series, book 4.

Stellar job, Julie!! I love your stories!!

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It ended abruptly.

The story could have been a little longer to highlight the integration into the Alaska pack, show resistance to Damon joining eve. give him a larger challange to overcome other than Seth. it just felt like it was two to five chapters too short. Unfortunately this is an example of late stage romance writers apathy. She's writing stories for a job and not an exploration of the world she built. This story would have never flown as her first published work. Disapointing. Too bad, I'm a fan.

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not her best book but decent

I'm hooked on julie trettel
all her work running into the other stories. but I have to say this one was pretty u eventful compared to the others

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Just okay.

The really good books will have you coming back to re-read and anticipating the next in the series. This is not one of those series. Though the book had promise it was slow paced and predictable. Not bad but not really good either.

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Another amazing book!!

Author Julie Trettel you have done it again! I love your shifter books and the way you intertwine some of my favorite characters from other books into new series. Again I find myself hooked!

This series takes place at Archibald Reynolds College, a college specifically for shifters of all species. I love the idea of going away to college and living among many different species. I want to live in this author's world! Just amazing! Keep them coming!

Joe Hempel and Carly Robins, you continue to amaze me with your abilities to bring Ms. Trettel's characters to life. Bravo!

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Disappointed

The plot was ok. It was a get to know your mate more than anything. There were parts that I really did enjoy. The smexy times were vaguely glossed over. To me that's just as important as anything else. That's why the 3 stars

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alpha in the making

loved this book. loved how for once it was a luna choosing the alpha of her pack.

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I enjoyed this romance: Easy to listen to and has a cute plot. The realistic characters quickly drew me in and I liked that the main couple grew. There wasn't too much heated drama and the intimate scenes were not over the top.

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Overall not bad

It was a good book. It had some funny and serious parts. I felt it was a bit anticlimactic. And when it said that it was narrated by both a male and female voice I expected it to be different.

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Middle of the road

I found it fun and well written, but the action only started at the end.

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  • 10-31-20

So much for YA

Young Adult is a rating that is for teens 13 years old and up, to about 17. The writing (which I enjoyed) is aimed at that level except for sexual content (which I found too explicitly descriptive for the rating and stopped reading). It’s not that kids don’t know about sex, but it’s how it’s written about that would make me say that it should be NA (new adult). Mature content. Yes, handled in a more explicit way than I would expect from a YA novel.