Elizabeth’s Wolf (Breed Book 4)

She brought him back from death and made him live again. Dash thought himself alone, a soldier, a fighting machine and no more. Elizabeth made him realize he was a man. Danger surrounds the woman his soul marked as his mate, death and blood and a treachery that goes beyond even his worst nightmares. But he will protect her and what she claims as her own. He was created to kill, trained to do it efficiently, and only a man bound to her, heart and soul, will have the strength to save Elizabeth and her prized possession. He was a lone wolf. A man alone. No pack, no family, no one to call his own until one single, innocent letter awoke Elizabeth’s wolf.

My Review: There are just some books that ask to be read repeatedly and Elizabeth’s Wolf by Lora Leigh is one of those books. I never wrote a review and meant to get around to it, so after reading this book for the 15th time here it goes.

After a failed mission gone wrong which left Dash team all dead and Dash slowing wanted to die; only one thing kept him going a letter from a sweet little girl. Her letters kept him going until one day he was told that the little girl and her mother have died. But a mystery starts to unfold when he receives another letter from the same little girl. She and her mother are both on the run. It would be up to Dash to save them before their enemy claims them.

Elizabeth’s Wolf was a seriously great book. Of course it had to be great if I read it 15 times. This story will never get old no matter how many times you read it. The plot was gripping and once Dash meets up with Elizabeth and her very mysterious daughter, the action really picks up.

This book had everything a reading like me enjoys in a romance; mystery with a lot of hot passion thrown in for good measure.

So if you haven’t read Elizabeth’s Wolf the 4th book in the Wolf Breeds series make sure you pick up a copy. You won’t regret it.

OVERALL RATING

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