No Remorse (Heart of a Wolf #1) by MaryLynn Bast

Due to her unusual birth, Amber has abilities no other werewolf has ever possessed. On the run since childhood, the lone wolf avoids contact with other werewolves at all cost, continually moving, constantly looking over her shoulder and always alone.

Everything changes when Amber saves a werewolf from the mere brink of death, Blake, the only werewolf to ever protect her. Love blossoms, but not without tribulations when Amber realizes she must help her new pack rescue a member who is being held hostage by a rival pack.

Warring with emotions of going from lone wolf to the pack leader’s mate, Amber must decide if she is willing to risk Blake’s life to know true family and friendship despite the fact that the Council is hell bent on locating her and will stop at nothing until she is found. Will Amber’s special abilities be enough to keep everyone safe?

An exciting, fun read! I really loved Amber and her unique abilities. When you read the first chapter, you do a double take and go what the… it only made me curious to read more. The back story of her life was interesting, though at times it did feel as though Mrs. Bast was telling rather then showing but this only happened slightly.

Blake as a love interest is your all American werewolf boy. He’s hot, buff and has a major crush on the heroine. There’s lot’s of Wolf love to go around and Mrs. Bast does it tastefully and “Yummy”.

This book wasn’t perfect, so I couldn’t give it a 5 but it was so fun and original that I thoroughly enjoyed and you will to.

Kudos for the Cover. Just Gorgeous!

ARC provided my MaryLynn Bast

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