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Headlined by western romance legend Diana Palmer, three celebrated New York Times bestselling authors combine their talents to celebrate the wildest version of man's best friend--the noble wolf. Each novella revolves around a rugged man and his trusty wolf protector as an opportunity for happily ever afters arise. Filled with sizzling tension and well-drawn characters-- Headlined by western romance legend Diana Palmer, three celebrated New York Times bestselling authors combine their talents to celebrate the wildest version of man's best friend--the noble wolf. Each novella revolves around a rugged man and his trusty wolf protector as an opportunity for happily ever afters arise. Filled with sizzling tension and well-drawn characters--animal and human alike--this anthology is sure to resonate with readers looking to answer the call of the wild. Loyal as a wolf--and just as strong and untamed--three solitary heroes are about to meet their perfect partners, in this thrilling collection from a trio of New York Times bestselling authors... COLORADO COWBOY by DIANA PALMER Fleeing her mother's killer, Esther Marist ends up at a rugged stranger's cabin. A wildlife rehabilitator with a menagerie that includes an elderly wolf, Matthews isn't the type to turn any creature away. As Esther heals, she realizes how much danger she's brought to his door--and how far he'll go to protect her. THE WOLF ON HER DOORSTEP by KATE PEARCE Beth Baker senses her grumpy summer tenant must be in trouble when his pet wolf shows up at her door, demanding she follow. Conner O'Neil, solitary and stubborn, doesn't want Beth's help--but only he can show her how to trust again. RESCUE: COWBOY STYLE by REBECCA ZANETTI Trent Logan has his ranch, his friends, and his wolf, and that's more than enough--until a shivering city girl runs into the Cattle Club to escape a Wyoming storm. Her eyes hold a world of secrets, and he'll have to face the demons of his own past in order to save them both.


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Headlined by western romance legend Diana Palmer, three celebrated New York Times bestselling authors combine their talents to celebrate the wildest version of man's best friend--the noble wolf. Each novella revolves around a rugged man and his trusty wolf protector as an opportunity for happily ever afters arise. Filled with sizzling tension and well-drawn characters-- Headlined by western romance legend Diana Palmer, three celebrated New York Times bestselling authors combine their talents to celebrate the wildest version of man's best friend--the noble wolf. Each novella revolves around a rugged man and his trusty wolf protector as an opportunity for happily ever afters arise. Filled with sizzling tension and well-drawn characters--animal and human alike--this anthology is sure to resonate with readers looking to answer the call of the wild. Loyal as a wolf--and just as strong and untamed--three solitary heroes are about to meet their perfect partners, in this thrilling collection from a trio of New York Times bestselling authors... COLORADO COWBOY by DIANA PALMER Fleeing her mother's killer, Esther Marist ends up at a rugged stranger's cabin. A wildlife rehabilitator with a menagerie that includes an elderly wolf, Matthews isn't the type to turn any creature away. As Esther heals, she realizes how much danger she's brought to his door--and how far he'll go to protect her. THE WOLF ON HER DOORSTEP by KATE PEARCE Beth Baker senses her grumpy summer tenant must be in trouble when his pet wolf shows up at her door, demanding she follow. Conner O'Neil, solitary and stubborn, doesn't want Beth's help--but only he can show her how to trust again. RESCUE: COWBOY STYLE by REBECCA ZANETTI Trent Logan has his ranch, his friends, and his wolf, and that's more than enough--until a shivering city girl runs into the Cattle Club to escape a Wyoming storm. Her eyes hold a world of secrets, and he'll have to face the demons of his own past in order to save them both.

30 review for Lone Wolf

  1. 4 out of 5

    Tina

    This is a collection of three Novella written by different authors that are Cowboy Romance Suspense. I have not read much for any of the authors before this book. The first novella in this book is Colorado Cowboy by Diana Palmer (5 Stars). I really love this story. The characters grow on me so fast, and I really love the action in this book. I feel it was well written with a plot. I could not put this book down. The next novella in this book was The Wolf on Her Doorstep by Kate Pearce (4 Stars). This is a collection of three Novella written by different authors that are Cowboy Romance Suspense. I have not read much for any of the authors before this book. The first novella in this book is Colorado Cowboy by Diana Palmer (5 Stars). I really love this story. The characters grow on me so fast, and I really love the action in this book. I feel it was well written with a plot. I could not put this book down. The next novella in this book was The Wolf on Her Doorstep by Kate Pearce (4 Stars). This story was my less favorite of these three story, but I still enjoyed it so much. This is a fast moving romance with a lot of suspense. The characters where ok, but I wanted a little bit more character developed. I love the storyline. Overall, this is a fast pace action packed romance book with a lot of twist and turns. The three novella in the book is Rescue: Cowboy Style by Rebecca Zanetti (5 Stars). I loved this book, and the characters in this story was everything. There was not a ton of action or suspense in this book, but I did not need it in this book. This was a cute (hate to love) romance story. In this story the character was everything in this storyline. There was so much in this super short book. Overall, I really enjoy this book as a whole. I was kindly provided an e-copy of this book by the publisher (Zebra) or author (Diana Palmer, Kate Pearce, and Rebecca Zanetti) via NetGalley, so I can give honest review about how I feel about this book. I want to send a big Thank you to them for that. (*) Note: I also won an ARC paperback copy of this book from goodreads.

  2. 4 out of 5

    Dali

    This anthology will drive any western romance lover in and only gets more enjoyable from there. Three NY Times bestselling authors deliver sizzling cowboy short stories about alpha heroes and their loyal wolves. With Colorado Cowboy, Diana Palmer gives readers a sweet slow burn with a caring veteran dedicated to helping wildlife and an equally caring woman wanting a fresh start in life. Although this is my first Diana Palmer story, it’s my understanding that Butch has appeared in prior Diana Pal This anthology will drive any western romance lover in and only gets more enjoyable from there. Three NY Times bestselling authors deliver sizzling cowboy short stories about alpha heroes and their loyal wolves. With Colorado Cowboy, Diana Palmer gives readers a sweet slow burn with a caring veteran dedicated to helping wildlife and an equally caring woman wanting a fresh start in life. Although this is my first Diana Palmer story, it’s my understanding that Butch has appeared in prior Diana Palmer books which will be a treat for her fans. Kate Pearce pens a fast pace romance with a dash of suspense in The Wolf On Her Doorstep where single mother Beth Baker sets out to help the obstinate and cantankerous ex-Navy SEAL. This story highlights themes such as trust, loyalty, and of course love. And last, but certainly not least, Rescue: Cowboy Style by Rebecca Zanetti, which was full of all the elements of I love about Rebecca’s books: good plot, great characters which include a bossy, hot alpha male and an endearing heroine, and lots of steam. I especially loved Trent’s “brothers” and how they had each other’s backs. I hope these side characters get their own stories I would love to read. Lone Wolf is a cowboy anthology by Diana Palmer, Beth Baker and Rebecca Zanetti. They are standalone novellas with happy endings. Genres: Contemporary Romance. Tropes: cowboy romance Amazon -> https://amzn.to/3atA36T ★ I was given an ARC of this book courtesy of the author via NetGalley. The excerpts are from that copy. I am voluntarily reviewing this title. ★ See all my book edits on Instagram ★ FaceBook ★

  3. 5 out of 5

    Marta Cox

    Three and a half This collection of short stories from three very popular authors gives romance readers a touch of the modern West . Each one also features a canine companion although having said that the title also overtly does describe these leading men who are all most definitely hero material. Colorado Cowboy by Diana Palmer This story is about Esther who saw her mother murdered and ran for her life. She winds up practically penniless , with no real idea who to turn to but luckily for her lonel Three and a half This collection of short stories from three very popular authors gives romance readers a touch of the modern West . Each one also features a canine companion although having said that the title also overtly does describe these leading men who are all most definitely hero material. Colorado Cowboy by Diana Palmer This story is about Esther who saw her mother murdered and ran for her life. She winds up practically penniless , with no real idea who to turn to but luckily for her lonely Butch is more than happy to offer her somewhere safe for the night. This sadly was definitely not my favourite and although I don’t read a lot of contemporary cowboy style romance this just felt very old fashioned. I particularly disliked the TSTL Esther as she felt like a caricature that just constantly repeated herself. For me this was 2 stars The Wolf on her Doorstep by Kate Pearce This had a divorced woman struggling to raise two teenage boys so instantly caught my interest. Beth has gone through a lot in her life and now helps out at a nearby ranch that rents out cabins. When she checks on the very grumpy renter Conner she discovers he’s hurt and does what she can to help. It’s just too bad that what is going on at home is going to bring back a past she wants to forget ! I liked this couple and although it’s short it didn’t rush any declarations of love and rather acknowledged that the couple shared a mutual attraction that could hopefully lead to a happy ever after. Plus the plot was slightly emotional as Beth came to terms with her role as a mother in an ever changing world. This was a solid 3 and would have been more if it had been a longer, more drawn out story. Rescue: Cowboy Style by Rebecca Zanetti Trent and his “brothers “ are ex forces ( and a whole lot more if I’m honest ) who are trying to settle into civilian life . When a young womans car breaks down near their club house Trent feels compelled to help her . However Hallie isn’t exactly being honest about what she is up to which definitely intrigues Trent and arouses all his protective instincts. If you enjoy MC type characters then I think this story will appeal because these guys definitely feel like those type of “brothers “ . I will admit Trent is way over the top Alpha and the word bossy just doesn’t begin to describe him but it works here because one, it’s short and two, added so much sexual tension ! Hallie is conflicted, desperate to protect the cowboys and I could understand her motivation although if she had ever read a romance novel surely she would have spotted obvious signs that these are definitely not the average ranch hands ! So whilst not particularly lengthy we get romance, suspense and even a little action but for this reader the fun was in the guys and how they just fit together and I’d love to read more about them. This is my favourite of the three stories so a 4 This voluntary take is of a copy I requested from Netgalley and my thoughts and comments are honest and I believe fair

  4. 4 out of 5

    Briana B.

    I received this book for an honest review. Opinions are my own. The first novella by Diana Palmer was not my favorite. The characters seemed quite repetitive and the vocabulary usage and tone was too childlike for my taste. I understand the main character is supposed to be naive and sheltered, but at times she was annoying with her middle school like statements. I thought the idea behind the story held promise but fell through at the end. This is the first time I have read anything by this author I received this book for an honest review. Opinions are my own. The first novella by Diana Palmer was not my favorite. The characters seemed quite repetitive and the vocabulary usage and tone was too childlike for my taste. I understand the main character is supposed to be naive and sheltered, but at times she was annoying with her middle school like statements. I thought the idea behind the story held promise but fell through at the end. This is the first time I have read anything by this author. The second novella by Kate Pearce was very well written. I enjoyed it. I would read more if the author wrote a full-length novel or if she decided to write books for the sons. This was my first time reading anything by this author. The third novella, and the reason why I requested a ARC, is by Rebecca Zanetti. One of my all time favorite authors. There is nothing more for me to say then 'she did it again'. Having read all of her other books, I can't wait for her to expand on this series and give the rest of the guys their own stories. She set it up perfectly for other books and I look forward to reading them.

  5. 5 out of 5

    Stephanie Panach

    I'll admit it is hard for me to resist cowboy stories - and a collection of cowboy stories always makes me happy! This collection of stories is a great one to read - I liked them all - but I loved the last story by Rebecca Zanetti - when is that series coming? Can I read it now please??? Each story in this collection focuses on independent people letting others in - and finding their way. In some respects the stories are all about letting down your guard and moving forward with love. Diana Palmer I'll admit it is hard for me to resist cowboy stories - and a collection of cowboy stories always makes me happy! This collection of stories is a great one to read - I liked them all - but I loved the last story by Rebecca Zanetti - when is that series coming? Can I read it now please??? Each story in this collection focuses on independent people letting others in - and finding their way. In some respects the stories are all about letting down your guard and moving forward with love. Diana Palmer, the queen of western romance, writes about Butch and Esther. Butch has appeared in other Diana Palmer stories and I have always wanted him and his wolf two-toes to find someone special. Esther is such a sweetheart. She's lived a sheltered and crazy life all at the same time. But she and Butch are clearly meant for each other. Kate Pearce writes about Beth Baker and Conner O'Neill. Beth is a resident in a town Kate Pearce has written a lot about. Her brother Ted had a short story of his own recently. Beth is a single mom to two young adult men - and still struggling with rebuilding her life after the terrible abuse from the boys father. Conner is a retired Navy Seal who is also still struggling with PTSD and finding his feet after the military. I loved them together and had been hoping to find out more about Beth. I loved that Kate Pearce didn't give Beth and Conner and immediate HEA in the short story (even though you can see them getting there). It was more of a happy-for-now ending, but I was totally on board with that! Rebecca Zanetti introduces us to a group of 12 ex-military cowboys that I am now DYING to know more about. Please Rebecca Zanetti - write more about these boys ASAP. The guys have a cowboy version of an Motorcycle Club - filled with retired military of many different varieties. The pacing of the relationship between Trent and Hallie is just right - and I was totally invested in finding out more about this crew. Overall - these are good stories that connect into larger universes (or at least I really really hope Rebecca Zanetti's book connects to one eventually) - but you don't have to read any of those to enjoy these stories. I received this as an ARC from NetGalley, but these opinions are all my own.

  6. 5 out of 5

    Bourbon, Books and Brenda

    Rescue Cowboy Style by Rebecca Zanetti ***** Rating: 4 stars Steam: 1 flame (clean) Genre: Romantic Suspense ***** The entire reason I wanted this book was to read Rebecca Zanetti’s story. Rebecca Zanetti is one of my all time favorite authors and there really isn’t anything (IMO) that she can’t write and once again she proves to me why she is one of my few one-click authors. I am not a fan of clean romance, at all and I am generally not a fan of short stories because it’s hard to pack a punch in a f Rescue Cowboy Style by Rebecca Zanetti ***** Rating: 4 stars Steam: 1 flame (clean) Genre: Romantic Suspense ***** The entire reason I wanted this book was to read Rebecca Zanetti’s story. Rebecca Zanetti is one of my all time favorite authors and there really isn’t anything (IMO) that she can’t write and once again she proves to me why she is one of my few one-click authors. I am not a fan of clean romance, at all and I am generally not a fan of short stories because it’s hard to pack a punch in a few chapters. Well, Ms. Zanetti just showed me I could enjoy a short clean romance. So much so I am hoping this will develop into a series because the characters were so interesting I want more! I want all their stories (but maybe with some steam next time). Trent and his team of wounded warriors were a fantastic group of guys! And Hallie was intelligent and a perfect match for Trent. Yes it’s on the insta side, but it’s a short story. I expect a little insta. I still enjoyed the story and fell for all the characters. I hope that Zeke get’s his story with Dr. Mills, and I would love to have Ford’s story! The Wolf on Her Doorstep by Kate Pearce ***** Rating: 3 stars Steam: 1 flame (clean / fade to black) Genre: Sweet clean insta love / damsel in distress ***** Although I know this is a short story, I was on board all the way up until the ending. I felt the ending was just a little too rushed for me. It was a insta love, insta understanding, and insta changes, this is a hard sell for me. I did like the fact that the FMC was a strong, single mother that put our hero in his place when needed. My only wish is that there had been one more chapter to just tie the two MC’s together a little more succinctly. I like Kate Pearce, and this was a good short story Colorado Cowboy by Diana Palmer - This story and author was not for me.

  7. 5 out of 5

    Maria

    Received an Advance Reader Copy in exchange for a fair review Animal wolfs and males who are wounded warriors and lone wolfs feature in these anthology (Kensington Books) by authors Diana Palmer, Kate Pearce and Rebecca Zanetti. The plotline in “Colorado Cowboy” (Diana Palmer) is a bit simplistic, but Butch, the protective hero with a sense of humor about his injury and not much hindered by it, make for a nice, uncomplicated read. Esther is the, often typical in Palmer, innocent and younger heroin Received an Advance Reader Copy in exchange for a fair review Animal wolfs and males who are wounded warriors and lone wolfs feature in these anthology (Kensington Books) by authors Diana Palmer, Kate Pearce and Rebecca Zanetti. The plotline in “Colorado Cowboy” (Diana Palmer) is a bit simplistic, but Butch, the protective hero with a sense of humor about his injury and not much hindered by it, make for a nice, uncomplicated read. Esther is the, often typical in Palmer, innocent and younger heroine; sometimes, the tone is a bit moralizing and I missed the fact Two Toes, the wolf, doesn’t appear that much. Kate Pearce’s “The Wolf on her Doorstep” features an interesting older couple. I always like a grumpy hero and Conner excels in that aspect. His wolf, Loki, is good for a loner like him. I liked how Conner and Beth are so good together and the consistent, serious manner the author addressed domestic abuse and its effects on victims. Beth’s sons are interesting and complex characters, too. “Rescue: Cowboy Style” (Rebecca Zanetti) presents what seems to be a very promising brotherhood of dangerous, lethal cowboys/mercenaries. Possessive yet very tender Trent knows instantly that Hallie is the one . Harley, the wolf, also falls for the heroine. The snuggling and kissing contrast with the danger and power of these fascinating men of mystery. Looking forward for the next stories in what will hopefully be a series.

  8. 4 out of 5

    Buffyanna

    My ratings for the three stories in this anthology vary greatly. I settled on 5 stars overall based on the perspective that the strongest story made this entire volume worthwhile. My reviews are given in the reverse order of how the stories appear: Rescue: Cowboy Style by Rebecca Zanetti (⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️) Hallie lands on Trent’s doorstep during a wet and stormy night, obviously scared and desperate, but keeping her secrets close. Trent Logan may be busy with fences and cattle but he wants nothing more My ratings for the three stories in this anthology vary greatly. I settled on 5 stars overall based on the perspective that the strongest story made this entire volume worthwhile. My reviews are given in the reverse order of how the stories appear: Rescue: Cowboy Style by Rebecca Zanetti (⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️) Hallie lands on Trent’s doorstep during a wet and stormy night, obviously scared and desperate, but keeping her secrets close. Trent Logan may be busy with fences and cattle but he wants nothing more than to make the time to figure Hallie out and keep her safe. Trent and his band of brothers are cowboys that you would definitely want to have on your side! Rebecca Zanetti artfully creates a cute, sweet and sassy heroine and pairs her with an irresistibly hot alpha protective cowboy who speaks more than a dozen languages. It’s amazing how she squeezes such exhilarating suspense, intense attraction, and heartwarming camaraderie into one novella. I really felt the connection between Trent and Hallie! And, I vote that each of Trent’s cowboy brothers (there are twelve of them all together) get their own stories! The Wolf On Her Doorstep by Kate Pearce (⭐️⭐️⭐️) Single mom Beth Baker has a lot on her plate, juggling two jobs, two teenaged boys, and one grumpy long term tenant. Connor O’Neill is an ex-Navy SEAL who is renting a cabin on the remotest corner of the ranch where Beth works. When he fails to come into town to pick up his weekly groceries, Beth makes an obligatory reconnaissance trip that turns interesting. This lovely novella highlighted themes of respect, gratitude, autonomy and self-determination that typifies any household struggling with new adults. Connor makes a dashing witness and backdrop to Beth’s minor drama at home. Colorado Cowboy by Diana Palmer (⭐️) Pampered rich girl Esther Marist witnessed her mother’s murder and flees into the cold to escape the murderer. A hitchhike and a stumble later, she is on the doorstep of Butch Matthews, an ex-army amputee, now wildlife rehabilitator, who takes her in and shelters her. I hope you are in the mood for soap opera cliché because a lot of juvenile reasoning is deployed as plot points for this story. First, there’s the “can’t go to the police, they won’t believe me”. Then there’s “everything will eventually work out without me having to do anything about it”. But the worst is “I can’t tell my boyfriend/fiancé/husband how rich I am because it will hurt his manly pride ”. The whole premise felt very dated, chauvinistic and recycled. In addition, the writing style wavered from over repetitive on some points (we are told many times that Esther’s housekeeper was her maternal surrogate) while other character names are dropped without any introduction (who are the Dentons?) I’m sorry, but I couldn’t find any merit in this. (My thanks to NetGalley and the publisher for the opportunity to review this ARC.)

  9. 5 out of 5

    Julie

    So, a lot of the time I only read one of the stories in an anthology, this time I read all of them. Honestly, I grabbed this for Rebecca Zanetti’s book, but I’m never, ever going to turn down a Diana Palmer story! But new to me author Kate Pearce was right up there. Now, how do you not love a cowboy story? But 3? I think I need an actual vacation in the west, until then, these 3 are keeping me nice and hot!

  10. 5 out of 5

    Les Romantiques

    Posted on Les Romantiques - Le forum du site Reviewed by Fabiola Review Copy from the Publisher I voluntarily read and reviewed an advanced copy of this book. All thoughts and opinions are my own. Lone Wolf is an anthology joining Diana Palmer, Rebecca Zanetti and Kate Pearce. I chose to read it for the first two authors I know well. Diana Palmer is a renowned author of contemporary romance published since 1979. Rebecca Zanetti is more recent but I’m fan of her romances in general. Seeing those two a Posted on Les Romantiques - Le forum du site Reviewed by Fabiola Review Copy from the Publisher I voluntarily read and reviewed an advanced copy of this book. All thoughts and opinions are my own. Lone Wolf is an anthology joining Diana Palmer, Rebecca Zanetti and Kate Pearce. I chose to read it for the first two authors I know well. Diana Palmer is a renowned author of contemporary romance published since 1979. Rebecca Zanetti is more recent but I’m fan of her romances in general. Seeing those two authors in a single anthology pleasantly surprised me, especially as the novellas are unpublished. Colorado cowboy by Diana Palmer Diana Palmer has a long series (Long, Tall Texan) but I can’t say if this novella is part of it. In any case, the heroine has the same surname as the author’s two sisters and ex-heroines but there’s no link at first glance. In Colorado cowboy, Esther Marist, our heroine, sees her mother’s murder and she flees at the latter’s request, and out of fear of reprisal from the murderer, her mother’s boyfriend. In her escape, she meets the hero, Butch Matthews, who understands she has some problems and decides to help her. The attraction is immediate between both characters, and very soon Esther confides in him, while hiding an important element of her life. That’s what will come between them at one point. It had been a long time since I read a recent Diana Palmer’s story and I understand why I took a break from her. In Colorado cowboy, I (unfortunately) found the flaws too recurrent in her books: too much repetition, too many clichés, especially with a heroine young, virgin, naïve, pious… I don’t have any problem with that, but Diana Palmer tends to put them all in the same character (the heroine) and it becomes tiresome. What’s more, I had a big problem with the role taken by the heroine’s mother: she had some flaws, of course, but the more we progress in the book, the more the author gives her all the possible and conceivable flaws. And finally, I didn’t like at all the resolution of the conflict that separates the heroes for a short time. In spite of that, I read the story to the end, so it can be read easily, but do not expect something modern, it’s Diana Palmer after all. The wolf on her doorstep by Kate Pearce Beth Baker is a divorced woman, mother of a child and guardian of another. She supervises the management of a ranch where there are cabins rented to people. Conner O’Neil, our hero, has recently rented one of them, but being a loner and grumpy in nature, he didn’t make a good impression with her. However, an incident forces Beth to go to the cabin in order to check if everything is all right. When she arrives, she realizes he’s injured himself and she decides to help him. This novella had more emotion than the previous one. Between the relations the heroine has with her son, and her difficult past with her ex-husband, she doesn’t trust men and we can understand it. However as the story is short, the heroes quickly yield to their attraction. The problem will come from the feelings growing between the heroes and for which they’re not prepared, and also from the heroine’s son. Kate Pearce is an author I hadn’t read before and I must say I was pleasantly surprised by this story. I liked that the heroes don’t have doubts at first and I appreciated the way the story is solve all in all. In any case, it’s a very likable and moving story, which raised the anthology’s level. Rescue : cowboy style by Rebecca Zanetti Trent Logan, a confirmed bachelor, meets our heroine, Hallie, when she’s facing a particularly violent storm. The heroine, guided by a lone wolf, arrives in the bar where he is. Trent is attracted to her as soon as he sees her and hopes to spend the night with her. But he soon realizes she’s in distress and he decides to help her. As they spend time together, he understands she’s in danger. She doesn’t want to talk about it, in order for him not be in danger, but he doesn’t want to give up, not only because he thinks about keeping her but also because he has skills allowing him to help her. I liked this story a lot, but that didn’t really surprise me, coming from Rebecca Zanetti. The heroes are every likable, Trent is an alpha male who doesn’t give up on the heroine even if she turns him down, and the story evolves well in spite of the short size. By the way, it’s the longest novella in the anthology, probably because of the suspense. I also appreciated the help of the hero’s brothers in arm, who by the way have good potential to be future heroes. To conclude, Lone Wolf is an anthology with which I had a good time globally. All the stories are unpublished and standalones and are not linked one to the other at all. The only link is the wolf, different in each novella, and it has an important role.

  11. 4 out of 5

    Ashley (Red-Haired Ash Reads)

    Rating: 3.5 stars **The overall rating is the average of the following ratings.** Colorado Cowboy by Diana Palmer: 3 stars - I liked it Fleeing from her mother’s killer, Esther Marist ends up in the middle of nowhere with a hot wildlife rehabilitator. As days pass in her new life, she falls more for her rescuer but she knows that the killer won’t give up. This was a sweet romance. Butch and Esther have a very sweet and slow building relationship. Butch is a veteran amputee who now dedicates his lif Rating: 3.5 stars **The overall rating is the average of the following ratings.** Colorado Cowboy by Diana Palmer: 3 stars - I liked it Fleeing from her mother’s killer, Esther Marist ends up in the middle of nowhere with a hot wildlife rehabilitator. As days pass in her new life, she falls more for her rescuer but she knows that the killer won’t give up. This was a sweet romance. Butch and Esther have a very sweet and slow building relationship. Butch is a veteran amputee who now dedicates his life to helping wounded wildlife get better. I loved that he was an alpha male who was also very sweet and compassionate. I did think it was odd that he wasn’t a part of the conversations with lawyers though because he was extremely devoted and protective of Esther, yet didn’t appear to want to be on top of the situation with her mother’s killer. Also, some of the conversations between these two felt a little repetitive. Esther was a very innocent woman who has spent her life hiding in her mothers shadow. She was a very sweet and caring woman. While she is from money, she isn’t a snob or anything like that. She was actually pretty determined to start a new life working and actually living. I didn’t like that she refused to tell Butch the whole truth about her mother’s situation. Her reasonings why were kind of stupid in my opinion. Overall, this was a sweet and hopeful romance. I enjoyed their relationship, even with the issues, and loved that they found their happy ending. The Wolf on Her Doorstep by Kate Pearce: 3 stars - I liked it Trigger Warning: references to domestic violence, PTSD When the grumpy summer tenants wolf shows up at the door, she knows that something must be wrong. Conner O’Neil doesn’t want any help even as he struggles with his injury. But Beth is stubborn and insists on helping him get better. This was an enjoyable grumpy/sunshine story. Beth was a strong woman who has raised two kids by herself. I loved that she adopted her son’s half brother so he wouldn’t have to be in the system. She was just a great mother who understood the need for therapy and space sometimes, even during times when she wanted to keep her sons close. I liked Conner. He was a grumpy man who hasn’t settled down since leaving the military. He was protective of Beth and great with her sons. I love a hero who has a sweet side under all the grumpiness. This was just a great story about finding love and a family. Rescue: Cowboy Style by Rebecca Zanetti: 4 stars - It was really good TW: torture (referenced), PTSD, death of a spouse (referenced) Trent Logan knows when someone is in trouble. So when a rain soaked woman comes into the Cattle Club to escape a Wyoming storm he knows she needs help and he has to find a way to keep her there. This was a very good story. Trent was an alpha male who expects his word to be obeyed. He is a former Navy SEAL who has lived through a lot of pain. He only survived with the help of his brothers and now all of them are building a safe haven in Wyoming. I really loved Trent and his brothers. They were so supportive of each other and had each other's backs. Also they were all protective alpha males, which I like. Hallie uncovered a dangerous secret and is on the run. She doesn’t expect to find help from a bunch of cowboys but reluctantly accepts it. Hallie and Trent have an instant attraction that quickly develops into more. She was a sweet and sassy woman who wasn’t afraid to stand up to Trent or his brothers. I liked Hallie and Trent and their quick relationship. I really hope Zanetti decides to write more books featuring the other brothers because I really want to see them all find love and happiness. *ARC provided by Netgalley for an honest review.* You can also find my reviews at Red-Haired Ash Reads.

  12. 5 out of 5

    Cheri

    I’m going to be straight up harshly honest here. I didn’t read Diana Palmer’s contribution to this compilation. Kate Pearce and Rebecca Zanetti are two of my go-to favorite authors. I couldn’t pass up the opportunity to read their stories when I came across this title on NetGalley. But I have had absolutely no luck with Diana Palmer’s books in the past. I mentioned that in my review of Christmas Kisses with My Cowboy just last fall. I also reminded myself by re-reading that review that I do not I’m going to be straight up harshly honest here. I didn’t read Diana Palmer’s contribution to this compilation. Kate Pearce and Rebecca Zanetti are two of my go-to favorite authors. I couldn’t pass up the opportunity to read their stories when I came across this title on NetGalley. But I have had absolutely no luck with Diana Palmer’s books in the past. I mentioned that in my review of Christmas Kisses with My Cowboy just last fall. I also reminded myself by re-reading that review that I do not want to continue to read her work. It’s not fair to me or her. I know I’m not going to have a good experience, why should I subject myself to that or her to the bad review I’m ultimately going to give. So, to follow is my review of only two of the three stories in this book. But those stories alone make this book worth picking up. I promise. The Wolf on Her Doorstep (Morgan Valley Novella) by Kate Pearce Kate Pearce really does a good job with short and sweet stories. Like the story she included in the Christmas Kisses with My Cowboy anthology, this story takes place in Morgantown and involves the sister of the hero of that previous story. Beth is years past an abusive relationship, living her life as a single mom to two late-teen boys. While they’re both college age, she still feels reluctant to let go because of their pasts with her ex. She’s also not interested in any type of new relationship. Connor is pretty reclusive and quite grumpy, but he has to interact with Beth on occasion. When this story starts, Connor isn’t doing so well and his savior happens to be Beth, the ray of sunshine he has been trying not to think about. Beth and Connor have great chemistry. The way they end up coming together is really sweet and empowering. While I appreciate the story of Beth’s younger son and the turmoil he’s going through in regards to his dad, and I loved the way Connor handled the situation, I really wanted more of Beth and Connor one on one. I felt this story would have been really amazing if it could have been longer and not part of a novella collection. I still really enjoyed all of the characters and connections, I just felt it was a bit rushed for what the story was. ~4 stars Rescue: Cowboy Style by Rebecca Zanetti As far as I can tell, this short story is not directly connected to any of this author’s other series. Which makes me hope that it will be an introductory novella for a new series. I love the concept and the cast of characters. Things move quickly in this story, as is normal in a story of this length. There is definitely insta-love, but it was really sweet at the same time. Trent and Hallie have an instant connection. While Trent doesn’t seem to question that, Hallie does at least try to proceed with caution. And while she makes a bit of a boneheaded decision at one point in this story, I almost can’t blame her due to the speed in which she has let herself trust Trent and his brothers. I don’t want to give too much away so I’ll keep this brief. I just know that Trent and the rest of the cattleman intrigue me and, knowing how Ms. Zanetti can spin a tale, I cannot wait to see what could be in store for this small town. ~4 stars **I received an ARC of this book courtesy of Net Galley and the publisher. All opinions expressed in this review are my own and given freely** You can find more of my reviews at All In Good Time.

  13. 5 out of 5

    final4kc

    Three stories in one book, brilliant. The great thing is you can read in any order and not skip a beat, and sometimes, one story shines above the rest. It seems for me that the first two stories, “Colorado Cowboy” by Diana Palmer and “The Wolf on her Doorstep” by Kate Pearce segue into the last book that really shines among the three, “Rescue: Cowboy Style” by Rebecca Zanetti. The common factor running through all three, a lone wolf and an alpha type cowboy, which really make the journey frequen Three stories in one book, brilliant. The great thing is you can read in any order and not skip a beat, and sometimes, one story shines above the rest. It seems for me that the first two stories, “Colorado Cowboy” by Diana Palmer and “The Wolf on her Doorstep” by Kate Pearce segue into the last book that really shines among the three, “Rescue: Cowboy Style” by Rebecca Zanetti. The common factor running through all three, a lone wolf and an alpha type cowboy, which really make the journey frequently bumpy, fun, engaging on the trip to the HEA. “Colorado Cowboy” is classic Diana Palmer, and sets the stage out in the ranges of Colorado, the main female character Esther, born to wealth and privilege, is on the run from her stepfather after witnessing the murder of her mother. She lands on the doorstep of wildlife rehabber Butch Matthews who keeps company with a lone three-legged blind wolf named Two-Toes. Butch has his demons from serving in Iraq but does not hesitate to take on the danger that Esther is running from in an effort to make her safe. As we watch Esther normalize into her new blue-collar existence it is obvious that Butch and Esther are destined to be together in this sugary sweet story. “The Wolf on Her Doorstep” is by an author, Kate Pearce, who I have not previously read, but the story was well-done and of course involves a lone wolf, a strong woman, Beth Baker, on her own with her teenage sons, and Conner O’Neil who renting a remote cabin, and there is a wolf hanging with Conner – Beth is the property manager. Beth and Conner are fighting their own demons– but together they both find their way, and even the teenage boys come around. This was a fun trip in a remote cabin that was less tame than the preceding story, and not quite as sweet, but strong women connecting with alpha men is always interesting. “Rescue: Cowboy Style” is from one of my favorite authors and to be honest the reason I gave this book a chance. Yet another great story with a great group of characters in the hills of Wyoming. Hallie shows up at “The Lodge” in a raging storm, soaked and chilled to the bone – the lone wolf found her and led her there. Here, Hallie meets Trent Logan, who finds that Hallie is different than the gals he normally meets. Yes, there is an instant attraction between Trent and Hallie, and she is fighting it the entire time – until she doesn’t, but she is also on the run from some seriously bad people and Trent Logan has decided that he and his ‘brothers’ are just the folks to make Hallie’s world a safer place. This story was excellent – another great romance world, Cowboy Style, from Rebecca Zanetti. Love me some cowboys 😊 This was a great way to experience new author’s and different writing styles. Knowing that Rebecca Zanetti was one of the authors was the deciding factor to read this book, and it was worth it!

  14. 4 out of 5

    Jan Fore

    Lone Wolf Diana Palmer Kate Pearce Rebecca Zanetti April 27, 2021 This terrific book features three novels that take place in Wyoming. The first is Colorado Cowboy by Diana Palmer. It features the lonely trek of Esther Marist, walking along the highway avoiding the terrorist who killed her mother, knowing if he found her it would be a certain death. Her mother, Terri, was a multi-millionaire sought by one predator after another. Esther lived with her mom in one or another of her fancy homes. Not allo Lone Wolf Diana Palmer Kate Pearce Rebecca Zanetti April 27, 2021 This terrific book features three novels that take place in Wyoming. The first is Colorado Cowboy by Diana Palmer. It features the lonely trek of Esther Marist, walking along the highway avoiding the terrorist who killed her mother, knowing if he found her it would be a certain death. Her mother, Terri, was a multi-millionaire sought by one predator after another. Esther lived with her mom in one or another of her fancy homes. Not allowed to work, she didn’t have the wherewithal to figure out a method of escaping. What little money she had in her bag would need to get her through. The 2nd story by Kate Pearce, The Wolf on Her Doorstep, follows Beth Baker. She is a divorced, single mother who did her best to manage the welfare of herself, her son, Mikey and stepson, Wes. One morning she hears a scratch on the kitchen door. Thinking it was a cat she opened the door and in walked a male, wolf. Fearing the animal at first she called out for help. When she discovered the boys had left for the day she remained quiet so as not to frighten the beast. She could not believe it as the creature came forward and allowed her to pet him, he snuggled her legs. Remembering that one of the new cabin residents from the Garcia Farm cabins owned a wolf. It was well trained and seemed to be lost. Leaving a note for her sons, she put the wolf in the car and headed out to return Loki to Connor O’Neil. This heartwarming tale is comforting and a joy to read. The last novella is Rescue: Cowboy Style by Rebecca Zanetti. A short story that leads 24 year old Harley skidding off the side of the road while following a wolf she thought was injured. In the process, her car slid forward and fell into a ditch. She saw lights among the flashes of lightning and started walking, hoping she would arrive before the rains began. Wet and cold she knocked at the huge building. Music was booming but voices of laughter and fun drowned out her knocks at the door. Suddenly the entrance flew open. There stood a tall, powerful 30 something. He was handsome and greeted her with kindness. Trent Logan welcomed her to his home, gave her dry clothes despite the look of some kind of party being celebrated. Lone Wolf will be published by Zebra Books of Kensington Publishing Corporation on April 27, 2021. I appreciate their allowing me to read and review this splendid novel. Palmer, Pearce, and Zanetti have given us a welcome addition to their libraries. I very much enjoyed it and know that the followers of these authors will embrace their latest effort. These heartfelt romantic stories are a pleasant read for all genres. Do enjoy this one!

  15. 4 out of 5

    Mary Kirkland

    There are three stories in this anthology so I will be doing a mini review for each one. Colorado Cowboy by Diana Palmer When Esther's mother is killed right in front of her by her mother's boyfriend, she knows that she has to escape before the boyfriend can come after her for money. When she ran, she hitchhiked somewhere safe, but her body gave out in the snow right in front of Butch's cabin. He lived there by himself but had a three legged wolf named Two-Toes. Butch found her in the snow and br There are three stories in this anthology so I will be doing a mini review for each one. Colorado Cowboy by Diana Palmer When Esther's mother is killed right in front of her by her mother's boyfriend, she knows that she has to escape before the boyfriend can come after her for money. When she ran, she hitchhiked somewhere safe, but her body gave out in the snow right in front of Butch's cabin. He lived there by himself but had a three legged wolf named Two-Toes. Butch found her in the snow and brought her in his cabin. She told him that she saw her mother's boyfriend kill her and planned on getting a job and staying away from the boyfriend. He let her stay with him and after a little while they got close but she made the mistake of not telling him how rich she was especially after she inherits all of her mother's things. She should have gone to the police and told them what happened but she was scared that the boyfriend, Darrin would find her and he had connections that could find her. So while there was a bit of a hiccup when Butch found out that Esther was loaded, things worked out in the end. I really liked this story. The Wolf On Her Doorstep by Kate Pearce Beth checked in on Conner who hadn't picked up his groceries at the market for a couple of weeks and found he had an infected leg and a high fever. Beth stayed at his cabin overnight to take care of him after consulting with the town doctor. He's grumpy and she's got some baggage from her abusive ex but they got along really well. His wolf, Loki was a big sweetie and helped get help for Conner. There's some drama with her two teenage sons and her ex but this was a really sweet story. Rescue: Cowboy Style by Zebecca Zanetti Hallie and Trent met when her car broke down and she walked a couple of miles in a storm until she saw lights and ended up at a party on Trent's property. She tries to keep it a secret but Trent and his brother's are all trained killers so they know that she's keeping something from them. When she finally comes clean what she's on the run from, Trent enlists his brother's help to remedy the situation. There's a wolf that lives on or near his property but for the most part keeps his distance until Hallie starts staying there and then he wants to be around her all the time. When Hallie realizes that Trent might be dangerous she runs but Trent easily finds her and explains things to her. This was a great story. I liked the action, danger and interesting men Trent's brothers are. I will definitely be reading more of this series. I requested this book from NetGalley because I love Diana Palmer's books but all of these stories were really good books. I received an e-ARC from NetGalley but all thoughts and opinions are my own.

  16. 5 out of 5

    Debra

    Three authors, three men, their wolves, and the women who come in to their lives. I loved all three stories. The first story, Colorado Cowboy by Diana Palmer, paired Matthews, a wounded warrior whose fiancée dropped him when he returns missing one arm. When Esther shows up almost frozen in the snow, Matthews takes her in providing a safe place, surprisingly with an old wolf. Esther spent her life in her mother’s shadow, totally dependent. Theirs is an odd pairing, the beautiful young innocent wo Three authors, three men, their wolves, and the women who come in to their lives. I loved all three stories. The first story, Colorado Cowboy by Diana Palmer, paired Matthews, a wounded warrior whose fiancée dropped him when he returns missing one arm. When Esther shows up almost frozen in the snow, Matthews takes her in providing a safe place, surprisingly with an old wolf. Esther spent her life in her mother’s shadow, totally dependent. Theirs is an odd pairing, the beautiful young innocent woman and the older man who doesn’t think a woman would ever want him. Matthews was funny as he worried about what townspeople would think about them living under the same roof. The Wolf on Her Doorstep by Kate Pearce paired Beth, a divorced mother with two teenage sons, and Conner, a veteran vagabond who never stays in one place for long. He is a loner planning to stay in a ranch cabin for six months and then move on. But when his pet wolf shows up the ranch house alone, Beth takes the wolf back to the cabin to find Conner feverish from a cut that became infected. Soon she is playing nursemaid and fighting him all the way. There were so many levels to this story, there was a lot packed into a short story, but it was all wonderful. Rescue: Cowboy Style by Rebecca Zanetti takes place on a ranch in Wyoming. When Hallie shows up in a huge storm at the lodge where a party is going on, Trent immediately zeros in on her, first as a quick hook up, but when he realizes this city girl is distressed his protective side takes over. Seems Hallie is running from something or someone, got lost and crashed her car. She lies about where she was heading and why, even her name (Smith? Really?) but so poorly that everyone knows she is lying. Trent seems to claim her and soon she is surrounded by big, rugged cowboys who all seem very interested in Trent’s focus on Hallie. Oh, and there is a wolf who also seems taken with Hallie, leading her to the lodge in the storm, following her everywhere, even jumping in the truck and following her home. Hallie is a riot, she keeps spouting lies that everyone sees through, and she is so cute and sweet that Trent can’t resist her, even as she lies to him. There are twelve amazing men who formed ties that created a brotherhood, and together they bought the ranch, forming a co-op. Each one is so different from the other, but they all work together as a team. I liked the banter between Hallie and Trent, and between the men. And I really enjoyed the ongoing problem with the suspension arms on her car. I received an ARC from NetGalley and Kensington Books and this is my honest review.

  17. 5 out of 5

    Robin

    For fans of western romance, a trilogy of stories by three of the genre's favorites headlined by Diana Palmer. Running through each story is the common thread of hot cowboys and their most romantic of trusty sidekicks, the wild wolf. Diana Palmer's Colorado Cowboy: Running from her mother's killer, Esther Maris is rescued from a blizzard by wildlife rehabilitator Butch Matthews. Butch is a vet who lives on his own with his his three legged wolf companion Two Toes.. Lately he's been feeling lonely, For fans of western romance, a trilogy of stories by three of the genre's favorites headlined by Diana Palmer. Running through each story is the common thread of hot cowboys and their most romantic of trusty sidekicks, the wild wolf. Diana Palmer's Colorado Cowboy: Running from her mother's killer, Esther Maris is rescued from a blizzard by wildlife rehabilitator Butch Matthews. Butch is a vet who lives on his own with his his three legged wolf companion Two Toes.. Lately he's been feeling lonely, Finding Esther in a snow bank is a surprise, but the more time he spends with her, the more he wants to convince her to stay.. She's become his to protect. This is a sweetly sentimental story by a giant of the genre. Kate Pearce's The Wolf on her Doorstep Beth Brooks escaped an abusive marriage and has returned to Morgantown. Raising her two teen age sons and holding down a couple of jobs keeps her busy. The last thing she needs is someone else to take care of. As the caretaker of the cabins on the Garcia Ranch, she's called on to go check on Conner O'Neil, the cranky loner of a vet who is hiding from the world. Met at the ranch by Conner's wolf Loki, she knows immediately something is wrong. She finds Conner weak and feverish, suffering an infected wound. Given no choice, Beth nurses him back to health. In the process, she breaks through his crusty exterior to the man underneath. Conner is surprised to find that Beth has gotten under his skin. And when one of her sons takes off to see his estranged father, he's happy to be the one that Beth leans on for support.. Kate Pearce returns to Morgan Valley for another enjoyable story fraught with emotion and small town life. Rebecca Zanetti's Rescue Cowboy Style Trent is intrigued by the wet, bedraggled woman who shows up at the door of the club house. He can recognize the fear and uncertainty in her eyes and is determined to find out what put it there. Hallie is on the run with no money, and no one to turn to. While Trent and his brother's by experience are some of the most intimidating men she's ever met, they make her feel safe, at least for now. But trouble is dogging her heels and she's ready to run as soon as she can. Trent isn't going to let that happen. He needs to be the one to solve her problems. Then he plans to claim her as his own. This is my favorite story of the trilogy. With her trademark quick, witty dialogue, humor and sarcasm Ms. Zanetti has crafted an intriguing tale leaving the reader wanting to know about the brothers. I can see this being the start of a new series - and I hope I'm right.

  18. 4 out of 5

    Viper Spaulding

    All the cowboys a girl could want! This collection is an enticing mix of three very different contemporary cowboy romances, each featuring a wolf as a companion to each hero. The first one is Colorado Cowboy by Diana Palmer. Esther is an innocent, sheltered young girl on the run after witnessing her mother's murder. She winds up being rescued by Butch, a wounded veteran who now works as an animal rehabilitator keeps mostly to himself. The story was intriguing and had some very sweet moments, but All the cowboys a girl could want! This collection is an enticing mix of three very different contemporary cowboy romances, each featuring a wolf as a companion to each hero. The first one is Colorado Cowboy by Diana Palmer. Esther is an innocent, sheltered young girl on the run after witnessing her mother's murder. She winds up being rescued by Butch, a wounded veteran who now works as an animal rehabilitator keeps mostly to himself. The story was intriguing and had some very sweet moments, but the author's penchant for repeating details gave the overall feeling of an amateur effort. The characters were well developed and the HEA was delightful. The second story is The Wolf on Her Doorstep by Kate Pearce. Set in the Morgan Valley world, this story features Beth, whose two boys are nearly grown yet she's still gun shy after surviving an abusive marriage, and Conner, a veteran who is just visiting for the summer but winds up needing Beth's help when he's injured. This story focuses more on the inner demons both Conner and Beth are fighting, with a bit of action as they work to help Beth's son deal with his conflicting feelings about his father. I loved the way they supported each other and weren't afraid to address the tough heart issues. They get a quick HEA that feels like it's still at the beginning of their relationship, but I'm sure we'll continue to see them growing more solid in the future books set in this world. The final story was my favorite, and the reason I gave the entire book five stars. In Rescue: Cowboy Style by Rebecca Zanetti, Hallie stumbles into the club where she meets Trent, and despite his determination to continue living an unencumbered life, he's instantly drawn to her and can't help the desire to slay all her dragons. And she's got a few - she's on the run from some pretty nasty criminals and she has no idea how much more dangerous Trent and his comrades are. This story appears to be the start of a series, as Trent is the first of the twelve members of his "team" to settle down with a woman. The story of how these men came together is as heartbreaking as it is compelling, and I'm already heavily invested in reading future books involving this unusual company of heroes. Trent and Hallie get a tremendously satisfying HEA, which was just the icing on the cake of their captivating romance. If you're a fan of any of these authors, you don't want to miss this collection. I voluntarily reviewed an ARC of this book.

  19. 5 out of 5

    Madoka Kamimura Mason

    Lone Wolf gives us three stories in one. Diana Palmer brings us Colorado Cowboy where we meet Esther after her mother's death at the hands of her current boyfriend. She meets a friendly trucking couple who pick her up as she steps on the road. Instead of being hit, the truck stops and ends up going with them to Benton, Colorado since she heard her mother speak of it. She chooses a cabin and collapses from exhaustion on Butch Matthews' front steps. Butch and his wolf Two-Toes find her outside and Lone Wolf gives us three stories in one. Diana Palmer brings us Colorado Cowboy where we meet Esther after her mother's death at the hands of her current boyfriend. She meets a friendly trucking couple who pick her up as she steps on the road. Instead of being hit, the truck stops and ends up going with them to Benton, Colorado since she heard her mother speak of it. She chooses a cabin and collapses from exhaustion on Butch Matthews' front steps. Butch and his wolf Two-Toes find her outside and they both decide that if they were "engaged," the townspeople would leave them alone and their reputations would stay intact. Would this lead to love after all? Will her mother's murderer come after her? Kate Pearce brings us The Wolf on her Doorstep where we meet Beth and Connor in Morgantown. Beth goes to check on Connor when he fails to pick up his weekly supplies and finds him burning up. Her son Mikey decides to go visit his father in prison prompting Beth and Connor to follow his trail. We learn that her ex-husband liked to hurt those around him physically. When they finally catch up with him, they find a very angry teenager. Will Beth and Connor be able to get through to him in time? Will life's complications get in their way? Rebecca Zanetti brings us Rescue: Cowboy Style where we meet Hallie who ran off the road after getting lost then followed Harley the wolf to Trent Logan's front door. Turns out she has run out of options when the part needed for her car won't arrive for a week so she offers housekeeping services until she can get back on the road. Trent senses that Hallie is holding something back. Will Hallie trust Trent enough to share? Will it get in their way? What is Trent hiding and will that keep Hallie from fully trusting him? All three authors brings us stories filled with a bit of mystery to keep us wanting to turn the page and throw in some love and there is a good story. It was nice visiting Benton and Morgantown. It was like visiting old friends again and catching up on what has been going on in their lives since the last time we visited. I look forward to going back again soon. After meeting Hallie and Trent, Rebecca Zanetti makes me want to see what happens to the other brothers we met in their story. I voluntarily read and reviewed an advanced copy of this book. All thoughts and opinions are my own. I would like to thank NetGalley and Kensington Books for this privilege.

  20. 4 out of 5

    Sandy Kelly

    So if you like western's and cowboy stories-this collection of novella's from 3 great author's is definitely for you! These are connected in that they are western, cowboy type books but in no way are connected otherwise. Book 1 is Colorado Cowboy by Diana Palmer. I have to say that I like some of Diana Palmer's books but this one is definitely my least favorite in this book. In this one, Esther is on the run after watching her mother be murdered. She has no money and no idea where to go, let alo So if you like western's and cowboy stories-this collection of novella's from 3 great author's is definitely for you! These are connected in that they are western, cowboy type books but in no way are connected otherwise. Book 1 is Colorado Cowboy by Diana Palmer. I have to say that I like some of Diana Palmer's books but this one is definitely my least favorite in this book. In this one, Esther is on the run after watching her mother be murdered. She has no money and no idea where to go, let alone what to do when Butch offer's her a safe place to stay. I didn't really like Esther, she seemed entirely too childish to me. And there is a big difference between innocent and sheltered and literally feeling like a child. So I definitely had a hard time with this one. Book 2 is The Wolf on her Doorstep by Kate Pearce. I am not sure that I have ever read anything by this author before this novella. In this one we have a divorced mother who works for a local ranch. She goes to one of the cabin's the ranch rents out in order to check on the renter. And when she realizes that he is hurt, she helps him. I honestly felt like this story needs a full length book. There was so much left unsaid, and so much more that can be added to their story. But as an author I hadn't read before, I really liked it. It was compelling and sucked me in, and I definitely would read more of their story if this novella was lengthened into a full length book! Book 3 is Rescue: Cowboy Style by Rebecca Zanetti, and this is the whole reason I wanted to read this book! I love everything that she writes, and this was no different although I wish it was longer! Trent and his brother's are trying to figure out how to be civilian's after being special forces for so long. And when Hallie's car breaks down near their club, Trent goes to help her. Trent is typical of this author's characters in that he is definitely the protective, alpha male. And, as usual, I absolutely loved how he comes across! Hallie is sweet even though she has secrets. And as usual I am left needing stories for all the side characters! I am hopeful that this was the way she is introducing a new series! Loved this one! So overall, I would give it a 4-they are definitely worth the read even though I loved one more than the others. And I got to read a new to me author with a story that left me intrigued. Well worth it in my opinion!

  21. 5 out of 5

    Doreen Burke

    Each book within this book are so different and my ratings vary accordingly. I am rating this overall series on the fact that Rebecca Zanetti's book titled "Rescue: Cowboy Style" was so well written that it would be an injustices to rate it anything other then a 5 star. Colorado Cowboy by Diana Palmer 1 Star Pampered rich girl Esther Marist witnessed her mother being pushed down the stairs and being killed by her boyfriend. She then fears for her life and takes off into the cold. She ends up on th Each book within this book are so different and my ratings vary accordingly. I am rating this overall series on the fact that Rebecca Zanetti's book titled "Rescue: Cowboy Style" was so well written that it would be an injustices to rate it anything other then a 5 star. Colorado Cowboy by Diana Palmer 1 Star Pampered rich girl Esther Marist witnessed her mother being pushed down the stairs and being killed by her boyfriend. She then fears for her life and takes off into the cold. She ends up on the door step of, Butch Matthews, an ex-army amputee who is now a wildlife rehabilitator in a round about way. This book is basically simplistic in an juvenile unrealistic way. I couldn't get past Esther being more worried about finding a job to pay rent to a man she doesn't know over bringing her mothers killer to justice and protecting her own life in the process. I found this book very hard to finish. Which for me is unusual because I love Diana Palmer's books. The Wolf On Her Doorstep by Kate Pearce 4 Stars Single mom Beth Baker has a lot going on in her life between raising two teenage boys, one who is biologically hers and one form a husband with a wondering eye, she's also holding down two jobs. One of her jobs is working on a ranch where way back in the corner lives Connor O’Neill, an ex-Navy SEAL with PTSD, who is renting a cabin for a short time. Connor fails to come into town to pick up his weekly groceries which sends Beth off to bring them to him and their story begins. This was a very well written story based around domestic abuse and its effects on all its victims. Connor and Beth became a strong couple throughout this book and I really enjoyed reading their story. Kate Pearce is a new author to me and I look forward to reading more of her books. Rescue: Cowboy Style by Rebecca Zanetti 5 Stars As a fan of Rebecca Zanetti's books I really enjoyed reading this new world she has begun writing about. She has introduces us to a group of 12 ex-military alpha, cowboy, mercenaries that I so want to read more about. This book featured Trent Logan whos is busy running his ranch and likes his life the way it is. Until he finds a soaking wet secrets keeping Hallie on his doorstep during a storm. Now his mission is to figure her out while showing her his alpha protective ways.

  22. 5 out of 5

    JigsawGirl

    I read Wolf on Her Doorstep first, then Colorado Cowboy, and finally Rescue: Cowboy Style. The last book was the best. 2 stars Colorado Cowboy - Diana Palmer This book was difficult to get through. Also, this story felt very dated to me. The dialogue was dull, stilted, and lacking emotion. It was the strangest thing. I felt absolutely no connection to anything in this story. I take that back. I felt no connection to the main characters, who seemed to have no personality. The main characters had no c I read Wolf on Her Doorstep first, then Colorado Cowboy, and finally Rescue: Cowboy Style. The last book was the best. 2 stars Colorado Cowboy - Diana Palmer This book was difficult to get through. Also, this story felt very dated to me. The dialogue was dull, stilted, and lacking emotion. It was the strangest thing. I felt absolutely no connection to anything in this story. I take that back. I felt no connection to the main characters, who seemed to have no personality. The main characters had no chemistry. Given Esther's circumstances, there was no suspense or buildup of tension. How did the secondary characters have personality, however mild, but the mc's were just dry and boring? 4 stars The Wolf On Her Doorstep - Kate Pearce I hadn't been to Morgantown in a while. Some of the previous characters were mentioned, and it made me want to reread some of the books. No worries. It is not necessary to read any of the series to be able to enjoy Beth and Connors story. It's a short, sweet, kind of instalove story. Both Connor and Beth had back stories that would have been interesting to get more details, but there was just enough information for this one. A good read about love, loyalty, trust, and life lessons. I wish it had not been such a short story. 5 stars Rescue: Cowboy Style Rebecca Zanetti This book was much edgier that the first two books. There was tension, intrigue, and suspense from start to finish. This book did keep me on the edge of my seat. Although this was Trent and Hallie's story, it left me wanting to know about each of the brothers. Trent and Hallie had this sexual tension, a strong attraction, and off the charts chemistry. There were moments when I was confused, trying to figure out exactly what was going on. Admittedly, I was fed a piece of the puzzle here and there, but it was oh so satisfying when that final piece was in place. Yet, I had the sense that there was so much left to know about each of them. I haven't read Rebecca Zanetti's work in a while, but this short story reminded me of what I was missing. I have to find out if the other guys have books out there so I can pick them up. I voluntarily read and reviewed these books received via NetGalley.

  23. 4 out of 5

    Whispers From

    COWBOY COLORADO by Diana Palmer
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Esther is a young woman, who sees her mother thrown down the stairs by her boyfriend. She gave Esther her changed will the day before and puts a ring on her finger and tells her to run. Esther gets a ride from a trucker couple and goes to Benton. She meets Butch, an army vet, an animal wildlife rehabilitator, and an arm amputee. Butch invites Esther to stay with him but she doesn't say how rich she really is. Will Butch let his pride destroy the love h COWBOY COLORADO by Diana Palmer
2 stars....
Esther is a young woman, who sees her mother thrown down the stairs by her boyfriend. She gave Esther her changed will the day before and puts a ring on her finger and tells her to run. Esther gets a ride from a trucker couple and goes to Benton. She meets Butch, an army vet, an animal wildlife rehabilitator, and an arm amputee. Butch invites Esther to stay with him but she doesn't say how rich she really is. Will Butch let his pride destroy the love he has found?
It took everything I had to finish this. The point of view of each person was blended together and you would have to reread parts to figure out what was being said. The editing, I hope gets fixed before publishing. Ok Esther, was like a child, I guess where she was sheltered. I was not fond of her. 
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THE WOLF ON HER DOORSTEP by
5 stars
Beth has two college age kids but only one is her biological son. Wes, is the son of her ex, and she took him in. Connor is a formal SEAL and in staying in a cabin up in the mountains. After not showing up for supplies, Beth goes to check on him. Connor hurt his leg and infection has set up and his running a fever so Beth stays to take care of him. Her son has decided to visit his abusive dad in prison and it tears Beth up. Beth realizes she must let her son make his own mistakes.
This was a great story but I honestly thought it should have been just a little bit longer. A grumpy man and a independent woman.
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RESCUE: COWBOY STYLE by Rebecca Zanetti 5 stars... Hallie gets stranded and goes to a clubhouse and meets Trent. She is on the run from her bosses who she overheard talking about murder. Trent and his "brothers", who were all in the military, own a ranch and are getting their lives back on track. Will Hallie stay with Trent after learning his secrets? Goodness this was hard to write. I didn't want to give anything away so it might not back sense. It's a Rebecca Zanetti story so you know it has to be good. Secrets and suspense. I hope there will be more books about these characters. * Voluntarily read and reviewed this for NetGalley *

  24. 4 out of 5

    Jeanne

    These stories are all brought together with a common theme, a wolf. Colorado Cowboy by Diana Palmer I know this is a novella so it's intended to be short. That's not the issue I had with it. Everything felt a little too contrived. I'm just not able to get behind the whole premise of a completely sheltered pampered woman not having any outlet except her neglectful uber rich yet overbearing mother. And that just made it hard to read the book and get connected with any of the characters because it w These stories are all brought together with a common theme, a wolf. Colorado Cowboy by Diana Palmer I know this is a novella so it's intended to be short. That's not the issue I had with it. Everything felt a little too contrived. I'm just not able to get behind the whole premise of a completely sheltered pampered woman not having any outlet except her neglectful uber rich yet overbearing mother. And that just made it hard to read the book and get connected with any of the characters because it was just a little too much for me to accept. Maybe it's just me or I just didn't connect with this particular authors writing style. The Wolf on Her Doorstep by Kate Pearce Connor is a grumpy recluse only supposed to be in town for the summer. When he doesn't show to pick up his supplies in town the concern for his safety prompts Beth to head out to check on him. As if she doesn't have enough on her plate with her moody son Mikey and the somewhat settled Wes to contend with. And when Mikey drops a bomb on Beth about being in contact with his father she's glad she has somewhere to be. Connor is not pleased to have Beth show up at the cabin. But he's in no condition to argue. Fevered and dealing with his own inadequate first aid he's forced to accept her assistance. Yet even ill he's not able to suppress his reaction to Beth. And when the shadows fall so do the inhibitions. Now reality surfaces and errant man children have to be dealt with. And decisions on whether to get balance and finally stop drifting and call something more than Loki his. Rescue Cowboy Style Trent Logan is searching for peace. After years of dealing with the unimaginable he and his "brothers" have finally found a place they can make a difference and find a sense of normal. They are all protective by nature and are the first to step in to offer a helping hand. Hallie comes in from the storm looking for help but she doesn't expect what she finds. She's got secrets she doesn't want to reveal and paths she's afraid to take again. But she's no match for Logan's persistance and the draw towards him. It's time to set her life back in order and find her new beginning.

  25. 5 out of 5

    Gale

    Loved all three books in this anthology. Kept me reading straight thru. Loved how the “Lone Wolf” title applied to the humans in the story as well as the animals. The title really makes a point. In Colorado Cowboy, the story opens with Esther Marist walking in a blinding snowstorm as she is on the run for her own life, after her mother is murdered. She hitches a ride with a trucker and his wife – and they are truly kind to her. She ends up at a home in Benton, Colorado where she imposes on Butch Loved all three books in this anthology. Kept me reading straight thru. Loved how the “Lone Wolf” title applied to the humans in the story as well as the animals. The title really makes a point. In Colorado Cowboy, the story opens with Esther Marist walking in a blinding snowstorm as she is on the run for her own life, after her mother is murdered. She hitches a ride with a trucker and his wife – and they are truly kind to her. She ends up at a home in Benton, Colorado where she imposes on Butch Matthews for help. Butch finds her almost frozen on his front lawn…or rather his wolf, Two-Toes does. Esther is scared but doesn’t confide in Butch. She doesn’t want to involve anyone in her drama as they would then be in the line of fire, along with her, and she doesn’t want to involve anyone else. Butch is a sweetie, though, and they start to fall in love. Really sweet build to the relationship of Esther and Butch. And intrigue all around! Loved how their story came about, and ended. In The Wolf On Her Doorstep by Kate Pearce, we are back in Morgantown in Morgan Valley, California. This story is about Beth Baker and Conner O’Neil. This one has intrigue as well, but it weaves itself around Beth’s family. She has two teenage young men/sons (you’ll have to read about the family dynamic for yourself) and her story revolves around her ex-husband. Conner is staying at one of the cabins where Beth is a pseudo-caretaker, is an ex-SEAL, and a general tuff guy. It was touching to read how they helped each other, when neither of them thought they needed help. Explosive relationship! Loved these two. And Loki, of course. In Rescue: Cowboy Style by Rebecca Zanetti, Trent Logan comes across as an alpha…jerk. Alpha, yes. Jerk? No. He thinks being a charmer – his usual default self – will help him with Hallie but he quickly learns that he’ll need to be “real” in order to help her. Harley is the wolf who saves Hallie in the beginning but there is heart-pumping and heart stopping intrigue throughout this story. Loved all three of these stories! Lots of action, intrigue, mayhem and sweet stories of love.

  26. 5 out of 5

    Diane

    Sweet romance… Colorado Cowboy by Diana Palmer Esther was at a crossroads in her life, fleeing from violence and loss, she had few options. Landing on her feet, helping hands offered her a leg up to find her feet and figure things out. Matthew was used to rescuing wild animals but petite blondes should have been out of his wheelhouse. Surprisingly, they hit it off and soon were working together and falling in love. Esther may have been a bit naïve for this century even if it was explained yet I co Sweet romance… Colorado Cowboy by Diana Palmer Esther was at a crossroads in her life, fleeing from violence and loss, she had few options. Landing on her feet, helping hands offered her a leg up to find her feet and figure things out. Matthew was used to rescuing wild animals but petite blondes should have been out of his wheelhouse. Surprisingly, they hit it off and soon were working together and falling in love. Esther may have been a bit naïve for this century even if it was explained yet I couldn’t help but like her and how she loved Matthew…. The Wolf on her Doorstep by Kate Pearce A stand-offish recluse meets independent divorcee in a romance that had both questioning some of their choices. Beth couldn’t help but be gently pushy as she helped Conner recover from illness, despite his many protests. Turnabout was fair play as he couldn’t help but offer advice as she struggled with family issues. Theirs was a quick path to love but I couldn’t help but feel they were right for each other and were mature enough to know what their feelings were. Taking turns being salty, I loved this snack-sized discovery of love… Rescue: Cowboy Style by Rebecca Zanetti Trent and Hallie were an unlikely pair – an accountant and a cowboy. Or was he? I liked the chemistry, the banter and the instant attraction they had. There was mystery surrounding both of the main characters, hiding from each other and the reader. The uncovering of the whys and whats, as the duo worked through and embraced their growing relationship, was a cowboy-centric fun read. Their story read too quickly for my taste, I wanted more of the banter and the realization that they cared for each other. Trent had a lot of ‘family’ though and I would love to hear from all of them… ** These stories were sweet stories packed in fast-paced novellas. Cowboys, along with their trusty wolves, were key as they fell in love with women who ended up being their perfect matches. A solid trio, with no unnecessary or crazy drama, they were satisfying, rainy day afternoon reads… *I happily reviewed this story **Thank you to NetGalley

  27. 5 out of 5

    Sandy S

    NOTE: My review covers RESCUE: COWBOY STYLE by Rebecca Zanetti REVIEW: RESCUE: COWBOY STYLE by Rebecca Zanetti is a contemporary, adult, romantic suspense novella found in the multi-authored Lone Wolf anthology. This is cowboy/rancher thirty-two year old Trent Logan, and twenty-four year old, accountant Hallie Rose’s story line. Told from dual third person perspectives (Trent and Hallie) RESCUE: COWBOY STYLE follows twenty-four year old accountant Hallie Rose in the aftermath of an accident on her NOTE: My review covers RESCUE: COWBOY STYLE by Rebecca Zanetti REVIEW: RESCUE: COWBOY STYLE by Rebecca Zanetti is a contemporary, adult, romantic suspense novella found in the multi-authored Lone Wolf anthology. This is cowboy/rancher thirty-two year old Trent Logan, and twenty-four year old, accountant Hallie Rose’s story line. Told from dual third person perspectives (Trent and Hallie) RESCUE: COWBOY STYLE follows twenty-four year old accountant Hallie Rose in the aftermath of an accident on her way through Wyoming cattle country but Hallie never expected to walk into a ranch house, meeting cowboy Trent Logan, a man who stirs something deep within our story line heroine. Trent Logan suspects Hallie Rose is on the run but our heroine refuses to reveal the truth about her past. With his ‘brothers in arms’ Trent slowly begins to break down our heroine’s walls but Trent and his fellow co-op cowboys are keeping secrets of their own, secrets that are dark and dangerous. When Hallie’s past starts closing in , Trent and his ‘brothers’ begin an investigation of their own discovering the truth behind the threats against Hallie Rose. What ensues is the quick building romance and relationship between Hallie and Trent, and the potential fall-out as Hallie’s past is determined to take down our story line heroine. The relationship between Hallie and Trent is quick to develop. Trent believes Hallie is his very own happily ever after, the first of his ‘brothers’ to find some peace and happiness after years battling the demons from their past. There are no $ex scenes; the sexual attraction is palpable. There is a large ensemble cast of secondary and supporting characters. We are introduced to Trent’s ‘brothers in arms’ alluding to several more story lines and a potential new series. RESCUE: COWBOY STYLE is a fast paced, intriguing and energetic story line. The premise is intriguing and entertaining; the romance is sweet and seductive; the characters are engaging, charismatic and numerous. copy supplied by Netgalley

  28. 4 out of 5

    Amanda Larsen

    I had a tough time deciding how to review this book. I love the idea of a wolf connecting all 3 of the stories, however, I unfortunately did not love all 3 of the stories. Individual Rating for Colorado Cowboy by Diana Palmer would be a 2. The story is about a younger woman that escapes a bad situation. (I don't like spoilers so I won't get deep into the details of the situation.) She finds herself meeting a man named Butch that has bad memories from war in Iraq. I didn't exactly hate the story, I had a tough time deciding how to review this book. I love the idea of a wolf connecting all 3 of the stories, however, I unfortunately did not love all 3 of the stories. Individual Rating for Colorado Cowboy by Diana Palmer would be a 2. The story is about a younger woman that escapes a bad situation. (I don't like spoilers so I won't get deep into the details of the situation.) She finds herself meeting a man named Butch that has bad memories from war in Iraq. I didn't exactly hate the story, however, I found that it seems pretty juvenile to me. Esther is very immature and doesn't really make the best choices in my opinion. Butch needs to work a bit on how to communicate with her, although I do understand his worry about frightening her. I felt as if a lot of the story had internal dialogue that wasn't necessary because it kept repeating itself. The story was just 'eh' in my opinion. I feel it had a lot of potential and it really didn't live up to what could have been a great story. I've never read a story by this author so I can't compare it to her other work & I'm not sure that I will read another story by her, I just didn't like it. Individual Rating for The Wolf on Her Doorstep by Kate Pearce would be a 3. This story was better than the first one. It's about a woman, Beth, that has 2 teenage boys (one is her biological son and the other is her son's half brother that she adopted). There is definitely a lot of triggers in this story with physical abuse from the boys biological dad that is in jail. I enjoyed the relationship that was built between Beth & a man named Conner. There was just a lot of growth & how to deal with past hurts and how the Mom, siblings, and her new boyfriend just dealt with life and moving along from past pain. It was interesting but didn't suck me in to the story and make me have to know what was going to happen next. I've never read a story by this author either. I might consider reading another story because this story wasn't horrible & I can see where the story could possibly go.

  29. 4 out of 5

    Glittergirl

    I read this anthology for Kate Pearce and Rebecca Zanetti's stories. I was again not impressed with Diana Palmer's story. As I ARC read for Pearce I am very familiar with her Morgan Valley characters. Rebecca Zanetti's Rescue Cowboy Style is a prequel for a new upcoming series. It's really good and I can't wait for it to start. Diana Palmer's Colorado Cowboy, is the story of Butch Matthews who has the old almost blind wolf two-toes. It was nice to visit and learn that Matthews finally finds love I read this anthology for Kate Pearce and Rebecca Zanetti's stories. I was again not impressed with Diana Palmer's story. As I ARC read for Pearce I am very familiar with her Morgan Valley characters. Rebecca Zanetti's Rescue Cowboy Style is a prequel for a new upcoming series. It's really good and I can't wait for it to start. Diana Palmer's Colorado Cowboy, is the story of Butch Matthews who has the old almost blind wolf two-toes. It was nice to visit and learn that Matthews finally finds love in this world she's visits in these anthologies. He finds Ester Marist on his doorstep passed out in a blizzard one night. She's been fleeing from her Mother's killer. Butch is a wildlife rehabilitator for the forest service. His friend Parker saved his life in the military and we've has his story last time. Crusty Butch quickly realizes Ester is in trouble and he and the town comes together to save her. Kate Pearce's The Wolf on her Doorstep, is Beth Baker's story. We met her in the previous book The Rancher Meets His Match, as the physical therapist for Juan Garcia. Juan's off on vacation and she's watching over the ranch for him. He has cabins on the ranch and one of them houses Conner O'Neil a former SEAL friend of Jay Williams who needs a place to spend the summer. He's grumpy, stubborn, has PTSD and has a pet wolf he picked up in Alaska. Beth comes out to the ranch with Conner's supplies he hasn't picked up and met by Conner's wolf. She knows something's wrong. When she gets to his remote cabin and discovers Conner is burning up with fever, she nurses him back to health. He ends up helping her with her son who takes off to visit his Dad in prison. Rebecca Zanetti's Rescue: Cowboy Style, is a wonderful story about Trent Logan and his fellow brothers who own a huge ranch as a co-op. He and his non-blood brothers have a bond forged from a past of torture. They have various ops skills from their time in the service as well as special training during their imprisonment. Hallie Rose shows up in the middle of a huge storm at their co-op's clubhouse. She's followed a wolf in the dark after her car crashes off the road in the storm. He finds himself drawn to and gives her dry clothes, food and a place to sleep. He later drags her story out of her about who she's running from and why. She accidentally overheard her boss & his sons talking about a murder and embezzlement operation at their accounting firm she works for. She's without funds and can't trust the local law enforcement as it's tied to her boss & his sons. Trent and his brothers use their skills to protect her. Trent realizes she's the one for him as they spend time together. I voluntarily read and reviewed an advanced readers copy of this book. All thoughts and opinions are my own.

  30. 4 out of 5

    Yvonne Cruz

    This anthology of novellas is a great introduction to readers that are new to these authors, and fun to read for those long time fans. All the stories center around injured, old and/or domesticated wolves, damsels in distress and the imperfect heroes that come to their rescue. Not realizing that these women also end up rescuing them. These are two I have read. COLORADO COWBOY- Diana Palmer This story was a classic Diana Palmer . The usual format of innocent young woman in danger and the brooding man This anthology of novellas is a great introduction to readers that are new to these authors, and fun to read for those long time fans. All the stories center around injured, old and/or domesticated wolves, damsels in distress and the imperfect heroes that come to their rescue. Not realizing that these women also end up rescuing them. These are two I have read. COLORADO COWBOY- Diana Palmer This story was a classic Diana Palmer . The usual format of innocent young woman in danger and the brooding man that comes to the rescue. In this case Butch Matthews is the loner and Esther Marist is the young woman. A young rich girl who has witnessed the murder of her mother by her gigolo boyfriend . Escaping her home in search of her grandfather and not knowing who to trust, she shows up at Butch’s home. THE WOLF ON HER DOORSTEP-Kate Pearce I am a huge fan of this author and loved not only being back in Morgantown, but also that the author gave us more mature characters. Beth Baker is a single mom of two young adult boys. Boys whose father is her ex. Though the older one, Wes, is not her biological son, she adopted him when his mother was killed. Beth keeps busy with two jobs, one taking care of the cabins of one of the local ranch. Connor O’Neil , a former Navy SEAL, is renting one of these cabins. He is a drifter, and a loner suffering from PTSD. When he becomes ill, his rescued wolf goes in search of help . Neither Beth or Connor expected that from that point on, their lives would change forever. In addition to the main story, the author also reminds us that the experiences we have as children and adults, will mold us forever. We have to learn from them as we move forward in life. Next on my TBR is by author new to me, Rebecca Zanetti. I was entrusted a copy of this book Netgalley. The opinions expressed are solely my own.

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