Arc Book Review: Winter Wolf by Rachel M. Raithby

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Title: Winter Wolf

Author: Rachel M. Raithby

Series: A New Dawn

Publisher: Self Published

Released: November 29th 2014

Book Blurb:

Katalina Winter has been living for eighteen years, with a secret hidden inside of her, a secret not even she knew.

With this secret comes consequences, expectations, one’s she’s not willing to fulfill; she’ll give her heart to whom she wishes, even if he is, a Dark Shadow wolf…

Join Katalina as she navigates her way through this world at war, where the alpha is law, and only the strong survive. You will see the power of true love, and the length’s people will go to destroy it.

**Please note this is a YA Stand alone novel, no cliffhangers**

Jan Review

5 Stars

Provided by the author for honest review:

Totally loved this story it reminded be a lot of Romeo and Juliet with wolves.  It was intense, the portrayal of the wolves as they fought against the other packs was very well done.  I really liked Katalina she was a very strong character and was sucked right up into the story.  I really wanted this to be a series and see more of the characters for this story.

 

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2 thoughts on “Arc Book Review: Winter Wolf by Rachel M. Raithby

  1. Reblogged this on Kat's Book Promotions Blog and commented:
    Hi Love the Review – and YES it is a Series, but rather than Cliff Hangers each book will be about someone from either River Run or Dark Shadow Packs and I am sure you will see the characters Bass and Kat appear in those – as like you I loved them both too, Rachel had a few comments about her The Deadwood Hunter Series saying that they didn’t like the cliff hangers so she has put that its a stand alone – in that the story concludes and doesn’t just stop leaving you wondering what happens next.

  2. Hi Love the Review – and YES it is a Series, but rather than Cliff Hangers each book will be about someone from either River Run or Dark Shadow Packs and I am sure you will see the characters Bass and Kat appear in those – as like you I loved them both too, Rachel had a few comments about her The Deadwood Hunter Series saying that they didn’t like the cliff hangers so she has put that its a stand alone – in that the story concludes and doesn’t just stop leaving you wondering what happens next.

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