Wolf Slayer: (Arctic Brotherhood, #4)

Wolf Slayer: A Shifter Romance (Arctic Brotherhood, Book 4) by [Godman, Jane]Wolf Slayer

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Author: Jane Godman

Series: Arctic Brotherhood

Print Length: 177 Pages

Publication Date: July 11, 2017


Kyle Madden is the cop in charge of the elite task force hunting a murderer known as the Cage Killer. He is also a werewolf and a member of the Arctic Brotherhood. When his team find one of the Cage Killer’s victims alive, Madden faces some tough choices. It emerges that the crazed killer is targeting werewolves. Will Madden be able to uphold his vow to keep the human and werewolf parts of his life separate?

Maria Delgardo knows she is lucky to be alive after escaping the clutches of a serial killer. Even so, her injuries are horrific and the murderer has made it clear he intends to finish the job. She only feels safe with Madden, the handsome cop who rescued her from captivity. Maria’s whole world is turned upside down when he tells her the reason why she was chosen by the Cage Killer.

If you’re looking for intrigue and a hot alpha male or wolf in this case. Then look no further. Jane Godman’s forth booking Wolf Slayer: Arctic Brotherhood is that book that every reader who’s into paranormal romance who loves to solve mysteries should read.
Wolf Slayer opens with Kyle Madden is on an elite task force; he’s also a member of the Arctic Brotherhood, out hunting a serial killer named the “Cage Killer”.

When he finds the victim alive he discovers that the “Cage Killer” victims all have something in common…they’re all Arctic wolves.
Is it possible to be a werewolf without a person knowing about it? I guess so because meet Maria Delgardo… an art gallery owner who the “Cage Killer” abused and tortured for weeks. Maria knows that she is lucky to be alive. But, more so when she opened her eyes and seen Kyle Madden hunched down inside her prison.

With her rescue, Maria thought she was safe until the “Cage Killer” made it known that he wasn’t finished with Maria.
Now, with Maria locked into his world, it would be up to Kyle and the other members of the Brotherhood to keep her safe.

Again, Jane Godman sent us on a high-octane adventure full of intrigue. The chemistry between Kyle and Maria was felt throughout the story. Wolf Slayer was fast paced, all way up to the big reveal of the “Cage Killer.”

Since this is only my second title that I read by Jane Godman I can’t really say how this book compares with the others in this series. But, by reading Storm Wolf, I can say I really enjoyed this title the most.

Jane Godman

Biography

Jane Godman writes paranormal romance for Harlequin Nocturne and SMP Swerve, thrillers for Harlequin Romantic Suspense, and steamy historical romance for Samhain Publishing.
Jane also writes erotic romance as Amanda Stewart.

Connect with Jane Godman: Website / Twitter / Facebook / Amazon

Storm Wolf: (Arctic Brotherhood #3)

Storm Wolf: A Shifter Romance (Arctic Brotherhood, Book 3) by [Godman, Jane]Storm Wolf

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Author: Jane Godman

Series: Arctic Brotherhood

Print Length: 200 Pages

Publication Date: July 11, 2017


Ever since her father was killed just over a year ago by the Arctic fighting force known as the Brotherhood of the Midnight Sun, Odessa Santin has been the leader of the Siberian werewolves. The Arctics and Siberians have been at war for centuries. So when Odessa has sex with an Arctic stranger, it is the craziest thing she has ever done.

Dan Lowell is a member of the Brotherhood of the Midnight Sun. Lowell is aghast when he realizes his mystery Siberian lover is Odessa Santin, particularly as he needs to confront her because he believes she has been poisoning the Arctic environment. The physical passion they feel for each other is equaled by their sizzling animosity as they argue over the allegations.

Lowell soon discovers that Odessa is being framed, and someone is trying to reignite hostilities between the two packs. For the first time ever, the Arctics and the Siberians agree to put aside their differences and unite against a common enemy. As they work together, Lowell and Odessa begin to realize that their feelings for each other run deeper than they thought.

 

Storm Wolf is the third installment in Jane Godman’s Arctic Brotherhood series. Me I think these books can be read as a stand-alone. However, I do want to read the others to find out more about the Siberian.

This book started off with a quickie. I mean literally a quick. No wasting time for this author. After they quickie was over, the readers are in for a big mystery. If the Arctic’s arch enemy is dead who is out to destroy the Arctic wolves now.

Dan Lowell thought he knew, until his one physical encounter with Odessa Santin. But he soon discovers that Odessa is being set up. And the closer they get to find the person or persons.

Storm Wolf was full of romance and adventure. However, questions are left answered. Which is very frustrating, to say the least; Nonetheless, Storm Wolf was a good book.

I will recommend this story to any readers who love intrigue with hot alpha wolves thrown in.

Biography

Jane Godman writes paranormal romance for Harlequin Nocturne and SMP Swerve, thrillers for Harlequin Romantic Suspense, and steamy historical romance for Samhain Publishing.
Jane also writes erotic romance as Amanda Stewart.

Connect with Jane Godman: Website / Twitter / Facebook / Amazon