Mistress of Wolves by Leona Grey
Publisher: Changeling Press
Genre: Paranormal, Fantasy, Action/Adventure
Length: Short Story (54 pgs)
Rating: 4 cherries
Reviewed by Agapanthus
A werewolf has gone rogue, killing his wife and her lover. Now Collin, Alanna's mate and an Alpha werewolf, must lead the hunting party that will try to prevent the bloodbath that promises to ensue.
But this rogue isn't acting normally. Collin and the others are in more danger than they realize, and Alanna can't just sit back and wait for him to be hurt. For the sake of her love she will become Mistress of Wolves... but is it worth giving up their chance at a family?
Mistress of Wolves is a fast-paced roller-coaster ride filled with passionate characters and a storyline that will keep you turning pages to the very end.
What would happen if a werewolf went nuts and killed his mate? It would be a terrible mess for the entire pack and would have to be handled rapidly to ensure the safety of the rest of the pack's mates. This is the trouble that our main characters Alanna and Collin find themselves in.
Beginning with an interesting and very spicy test of his mates loyalty the story then flows into the conflict of finding and dealing with the rogue werewolf while the mates are sequestered safely away with the elderly Grandmother Rae and her mate John.
This story is filled with an abundance of characters. From Alanna and her best friend Julia, who are endearing and make you fall into feeling for their plight immediately, to the alphas of the other packs and the fact that they are pretty much jerks. It gives great depth to the story and made me hope all would end well.
Fast-paced and full of some great twists in the storyline, this volume by Leona Grey is a fantastic read with a realistic look at pack dynamics, and a mystic tone that makes this story sing.