Hunter’s Heart – Book 4 in the Alpha Pack Series by J.D. Tyler
A group of former Navy SEALS, the Alpha Pack is a top secret team of wolf shifters with Psy powers combating the greatest dangers in the world. And when the battle gets personal, their wild side is unleashed….
Ryon Hunter sees dead people—spirits that beg him for help in ways he can’t understand. He’d do anything to end the torment, until a beautiful spirit appears to him with a plea he can’t ignore: Help me…I’m alive. The woman is wildlife biologist Daria Bradford, mortally wounded after encountering a white wolf, calling to Ryon through a rare Psy gift.
When Ryon locates Daria in the Shoshone National Park, it is almost too late, but nursing her back to health at the Alpha Pack compound brings a new complication—Daria is his destined mate, and Ryon is afraid of what will happen when she discovers what he is, and what he had to do to save her life. But the biggest threat of all is still loose in the forest, leaving a merciless trail of death behind it. The Alpha Pack goes on the hunt for the mysterious white wolf, determined to stop the murderous rogue… only to find that the most lethal creature of all is the one they can’t see coming…
Hunter’s Heart by J.D. Tyler
My rating: 4 of 5 stars
Hunter’s Heart delivers another action packed romance that also provides a little more to the pieces of the puzzle of what happened to these Navy Seals all those years ago in the jungle.
Ryon Hunter’s gift, or curse, has been seeing ghosts. In the previous books we’ve seen how this has taken a toll on him. I do have to say how he first meets his mate was cool. Daria Bradford spends most of her time in the forest. She is a wildlife biologist who can also astral travel which she does to Ryon after she comes across a mutilated body in the forest and falls off a cliff.
The mating process and acceptance went a lot faster in this book than what was in the previous ones but that left more time for the new mystery. There is a creature in the forest that is on a killing spree. The unveiling of where the creature came from, who it is and how it’s tied to their past kept you turning the pages.
I enjoyed this latest in the Alpha Pack series and the big tread the author left open at the end has me hungry for the next book.
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