Monday, September 8, 2014

Nanee's Review of Lone Wolf Protector by Kaylie Newell


Maggie Sullivan is back in Wolfe Creek, determined to find out why her best friend vanished one fog-shrouded night a year ago.  But it quickly becomes clear that if the folks in the secluded mountain town know what happened to her friend, they aren't talking.

Seasoned sheriff's deputy Koda Wolfe reluctantly agrees to help this beautiful woman, even as he tries to convince her to leave for her own good. Soon he's compelled to protect Maggie from herself, his family's ancient curse, and a killer who could strike again.

The nights heat up in more ways than one as Maggie and Koda begin a fiery relationship.  But as they delve deeper into the disappearance, the eerie woods come alive with secrets bound to tear them apart. And someone is watching their every move.

Nanee's Review:

Wow! This story had tons of mystery, intrigue and I can't believe that just happened moments. This author has quit the imagination and creativity she caught my attention right from the beginning and held it until the! I loved the characters, especially  Koda. He's a sexy as hell Native American with a bod that makes women drool and a attitude that  is just full of sexy. I loved Maggie, what a freakin tough as nails, determined, loving friend. She is amazing throughout this story, her character kicks ass. Zane oh Zane he's the ultimate bad boy, sexy as hell like his brother Koda and fascinating. Loved Candi, she's sweet, lovable, beautiful and full of life. Aunt A another great secondary character and mysterious caretaker Jim..hmmm. This story is a wild ride of what happened to Aimee and what's happening around this small town now, great story, intriguing, mysterious, sexy as hell and loving too. It's got it all. Loved the suspense and edge of your seat creepiness at times too...awesome writing, can't wait to read more by this author and in this series. 4.5 to 5 stars 

About the Author:

Kaylie Newell was born in the great state of Oregon, where she was raised alongside rivers and lakes and scruffy dogs that chased their tennis balls as far as Kaylie's noodle arms could throw. As she grew, so did her imagination, and it didn't take long to realize she was a romantic at heart. She began to fancy herself the future wife of a cowboy, the likes of which graced every paperback novel she could get her hands on. She decided to go to college in Oklahoma to snag herself one, but irony won over when she fell in love with a hippie in sheep's clothing instead. Together, they came back to Oregon, started a family and watched their dreams unfold. Kaylie wrote her first book when her girls were toddlers, editing sex scenes with The Wiggles on in the background. She's proud of many things in life, among them the fact that she can still recite her lines from Romeo and Juliet from her seventh grade play, the fact that she can set a grilled cheese sandwich on fire faster than most people can make one, but mostly she's proud of the stories blossoming inside her noggin on a daily basis.

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