Title: Angel's Wolf: The Westervelt Wolves Book 6
Author: Rebecca Royce
Publisher: Liquid Silver Books
Buy Link: Buy Angel’s Wolf Here!
Rating: You Need To Read
Reviewed By: Gabrielle
Angel Kane has always known who her family was and why she was hidden away from them in New Orleans. Now on the run, the last thing she wants is anything that could potentially get in the way of the plan she’s made for herself. That is, until she walks into a truck stop in New Jersey and encounters Parker Liberty—the wolf fate has picked out to be her perfect mate.
Parker Liberty hasn’t uttered a word in almost forty years. Not since the horrible day he watched his father murder his mother on the island of Westervelt. He ignores his inner wolf and contents himself with expressing his inner emotions through his tattoos. But when a pair of witches almost kill Angel, he will return to Westervelt to save her.
Meanwhile, Westervelt is under constant attack from Kendrick Kane, the pack's former Alpha, whose evil knows no bounds. His ultimate goal is to see all of his children dead --and that includes his daughter, Angel. It is questionable whether the Westervelt pack can even survive the week. Angel and Parker’s arrival will either turn the tide of the war or end the pack forever.
I have been a big fan of this author and especially this series. The Westervelt wolves seem to get better with each book and this book does not disappoint. Angel is a strong woman who can take care of herself. While on the run she comes across a lone wolf in a diner who turns out to be her mate. Parker escaped a torturous past and stays away from all other wolves. He has not spoken or shifted for years. Yet when Angel needs him he is more than ready to help. Both Parker and Angel must each face their past as well as their future.
I couldn’t help but fall for Parker right from the start. As big and scary as he is we see what a soft and wonderful man he can be. Parker has a big heart and is prepared to give it and more to Angel. Angel herself is a force to be reckoned with as well. The two are wonderful together. Parker and Angel are willing to stand by each other and nothing can tear them apart. I really enjoyed watching their relationship bloom and seeing the two stick together when they meet the pack was nice to see. They must learn and grow together, finding where they not only belong but also where they want to be.
Rebecca Royce does a fabulous job of bringing the reader into the magical world of the shifters in this book and does not let go until the end. Not only do we see the romance between Parker and Angel but we also get to visit the Westervelt pack once again. Seeing the Westervelt pack is always like visiting with old friends making this book a wonderful read.