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Summary

As one of the final surviving members of a brutal shifter clan, I've been chained and imprisoned for my entire life by my human uncle for the sole purpose of keeping other humans safe from me.

At least that's his excuse.

Solitude and pain are all I've known, so when four men show up claiming to be my saviors I'm not exactly receptive to the idea. Sure, I'm grateful that they've busted me out of my own personal brand of Hell, but that's about as far as the gratitude goes. Now I have no money, no pack, and nowhere to go unless I take them up on their offer to transport me safely to Newhaven, a sanctuary for omega wolves deep in the woodlands of Alaska. With no other choice left, I take it while vowing to keep my distance for the week-long trip. But as time passes my guard falls, leaving me conflicted and suddenly vulnerable to the charismatically handsome group of men.

Will I make it to Wolfhaven without falling for them, and do I really want to?

©2021 Kaylin Peyerk (P)2022 Kaylin Renee Peyerk

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Great

Great book. I think Maven is my favourite wolf of this set. Cant wait to find out what happens next. Talia certainly is an interesting beast.

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Brilliant first in series

This book sets the scene for the next two books in the series beautifully. Talia has been a prisoner for eighteen years and suffered alot of trauma. When she is relised by four shifters who say they are her mates she finds it difficult to trust and believe them. This book has lots of question which you will need to read or listen to the following books to get answers to. I am off to read the next books.

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Fab start to new series

Talia as been held captive by her uncle and her wolf subdued for so long she doesn’t know anything different. When 4 shifters turn up to rescue her and tell her she’s their mate she and they are taking her to Newhaven she has a lot to process. I really enjoyed listening and I’m looking forward to see where the relationship with Talia and her guys goes.

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  • Tracey
  • 28-04-22

amazing book

the Fmc was so real and loved the way she is so sweet and free even after everything that she has been thru

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  • Robert Lacks
  • 25-04-22

Extremely Enjoyable

This book was absolutely one of my favorite reads!!! The story was great and the narrator had an intoxicating voice!! I really love this author and the narration was exceptionally hypnotic!! What are you waiting for get this book!!!

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  • Kim
  • 13-04-22

Wow!

This is an amazing start of a series, I can't wait to listen to book two. The storyline is intriguing and I am loving the characters, especially Lucien. The narrator has a good voice too. A definite win for this book.

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  • trufriends
  • 18-02-22

decent

A decent start to this series it just feels there needs to be more. With the way it ends I'm curious how it goes next.

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  • A. Coonfield
  • 14-02-22

Great story

I loved the story and the narrator was okay. I would like to listen to more books by this author.

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  • Miss Blush
  • 21-06-22

Captivating Slow-Burn

In search of their fated mate, a pack of shifter wolves discover the surprise of the century when they come across the cage in an unfamiliar basement. They cannot even begin to fathom the horrors of what she has endured. The feelings of anger and helplessness are palpable whenever they see and hear the signs of her trauma. I could just sense the waves of angst wafting off of them as they get to know Talia after they release her from a lifetime of captivity and abuse from a supposed family member. The relationship dynamic as a result, is awkward, but realistic.

I was given a free copy of this audio book in exchange for an honest review. The narrator did a fine job, thus this was an easy listen. Not much happens in terms of action --I'd say this should have been marketed as a prequel/origin story since it was so short. I don't feel connected to the four men and can only remember the youngest member. Still, I would continue with the next book as I am intrigued by Lucian's character. I'm left wanting and desperately curious to know more about the part he's played in Talia's life.

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  • HeyHelloHowdy
  • 19-06-22

Prequel-Vibes Rather than Full Story Vibes

The world created is pretty interesting. Humans and supernaturals are living together, but Talia hasn't had much opportunity to learn about it due to being stuck in captivity, abused, and given silver injections by her "uncle."
Talia is a trooper. Having suffered for most of her life, she's found a way to survive. I liked her journey learning about wolf culture she's missed and about her learning more about herself. Having her grow a backbone and learn her own strength was enjoyable.
Her mates are all pretty interesting characters with their own backstories, though they stay a little skin deep, except perhaps Maven.
The story itself is a little on the bland side. Most of it is the journey back to New Haven, but there are some action scenes. The story sets up for the next book. This story seems kind of like a novel length prequel for the next book.
It's not a bad story, Talia and her semi-complicated life are getting sussed out, but in terms of rising action, climax, falling action, it is lacking the middle one.

The narrator does a good job, though she does sound a little too breathy for my preference. She differentiates the males voices and does a pretty good job with the voices during the male POV chapters.

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  • Love222
  • 10-06-22

Interesting start to the series

This is a good start to the series. It’s a super slow burn but an interesting premise and take on the shifter ABO world. It does end on a cliffhanger just when your getting to the good stuff. So many questions . The narration is done well and it’s a fairly quick and pleasant listen.

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  • Jessica flores
  • 01-06-22

enjoyed

i enjoyed this audiobook a lot. the story a great slow build, and the narration was excellent!

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  • Sadie
  • 14-05-22

meh

*Sigh*

I suppose this was ok. The writing is fine. The idea of the found family pack bond is fun. That two of the mates are also involved is nice. The inclusion of the fae connection is interesting. Alyssa Rogge did a fine job with the narration (even if everyone sounded a bit on the young side). And I very much appreciate that Peyerk didn't include rape in the torture Talia endured. It wasn't needed for the story and I appreciate that it wasn't there just for shock.

Unfortunately, the book just didn't light me up in any way. I feel like we don't really get to know the MCs very well, the beta and sub-alpha especially. They all just kind of merged into a mate-group blob. There's one fairly bland sex scene with one mate that kind of springs out of nowhere. So, the romantic aspect is a bit of a dud.

There are several inconsistencies, contradictions, and instances of people suddenly knowing things they hadn't been told and had no way of discovering. But mostly, even though this book is almost 300 pages (5+ hours of audio), it feels like an extended prologue or introduction to a series, rather than a book of it's own. Basically nothing happens.

And here I'm going to have a little rant, not so much about this particular book but about the state of the genre or industry in general. I cannot truly express how tired I am of reading books that don't end—not cliffhangers, but books that are just part of a story with no wrap-up or conclusion—that just are basically the first 3rd, or 5th, or 15th of a story.

I think this started with Amazon and the free book crazy. Authors now write a teaser first book to give away as a freebie and it often has an open ending to temp the reader to buy the next one. But as a reader, I am so sick of these books. I would 100% rather just pay for a complete story and skip the teaser bit. The problem is that you never know what book is one until you're already finishing it. I'm tired, so very tired, of giving my time to books that have no ending. So tired in fact, that I usually don't bother finding the rest of the series (for fear the next book will be the same). So, I've started just considering these books wastes of my time. Can the industry move on from this now? I'm ready.

Note: I received an Audible code for a free copy of this book. I chose to listen and review it.