Wolf by Ainsley Cole

Wolf by Ainsley Cole
Publisher: Tirgearr Publishing
Genre: Contemporary
Length: Short Story (94 pages)
Other: M/F
Rating: 3 stars
Reviewed by Fern

Ethan ‘Wolf’ Whitefeather is a traditional man. After the trouble Black Dove Security had in Kenya, he decides to reconnect with his heritage back home in Montana.

What he finds is the land he grew up on is being threatened by oil tycoon, Gerald Moore. When Wolf and his uncle reject Moore’s offer to sink derricks in exchange for a small fee, Moore sends in his company lawyer. Wolf doesn’t expect the lawyer is Moore’s own daughter, Yasmine, and he finds himself battling with his emotions. He’s never been so attracted to anyone in his life.
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With his emotions under fire, Wolf must decide between his ancestor’s land and his heart’s desire. But when family tragedy strikes, the decision is made for him. Wolf only hopes the woman who occupies his every waking moment doesn’t get hurt in the crossfire.

Ethan “Wolf” Whitefeather has just returned from a difficult mission and wants to reconnect with his Native tribe and family. When his tribe refuses to allow drilling on their land, Wolf expects things to be clear-cut, until he meets Yasmine, the beautiful daughter of the lawyer trying to negotiate for rights. Both Wolf and Yasmine quickly discover that neither of them is exactly what the other expected. Can they find a way to work together?

I found this to be an interesting and fast-paced story. While I have read the previous story in the series – Bones – it’s not at all necessary as readers should find this tale stands really well by itself. Both Wolf and Yasmine’s characters are well rounded and I enjoyed getting to know them both before they admitted their attraction to one another. While Yasmine’s father was a little overblown, he was an excellent villain and served as a good contrast between the other characters.

I felt that the pace of this story moved a little slower than I expected. With only the one main plot – Yasmine’s father being determined to drill on Wolf’s tribe’s land – there was only a few ways that the plot could move forward so it felt like it dragged a little in places. I admit I enjoyed the numerous interactions between Yasmine and Wolf, both of them surprising and infuriating each other at multiple points. While they were definitely attracted to each other I didn’t always feel the heat or spark between them – I thought at times they really struggled to see where the other was coming from. While this really appealed to me in that it made the story more realistic and believable, I was disappointed that at times it made me question the sexiness or chemistry and compatibility between them.

I was really pleased when toward the end of the story the rest of Wolf’s team came to help him when he really needed them. While this story doesn’t show the depth or love and camaraderie as well as the first story in this series, I feel it gives a good enough indication to the reader of just how close and tightly knit together the team is. I also absolutely loved how there were a few twists and turns in the plot, so even when I thought I knew what was going on the story still managed to surprise me.

A good read and I definitely hope to read the next installment.

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