Hunter (Emerson Wolves, #1)Hunter by Kathi S. Barton

My rating: 4 of 5 stars

Slone Morris has led a life full of ridicule and isolation after being found attacked by a wolf and survived. Slone has built a protective wall around her house to keep others out, she is part shifter and is aware of the other shifters in the community but that doesn’t mean she wants to let her guard down.

New alpha Hunter Emerson is ready to get started with his new pack, but the conditions of the land and the elusive Slone Morris are leaving Hunter intent on meeting her. He believes she is an older woman, but when he comes face to face with her he is stunned by her beauty and the fact she is his mate. As much as Hunter is determined to claim her, Slone is not sure she wants a mate nor the company of any other person. It is a delicate road, but Hunter will do whatever he can to keep Slone happy and content hoping she will one day love him as much as he loves her.

Fascinating read, Hunter is a bit of a stinker in the beginning but once he realizes that Slone needs time to adjust, he is wonderful. I thought the whole story was entertaining and can’t wait to read the next book in the series.

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