For three days out of thirty, when the moon is full and her law is iron, the Great North Pack must be wild. If she returns to her Pack, the stranger will die. But if she staysSilver Nilsdottir is at the bottom of her Packs social order, with little chance for a decent mate and a better life. Until the day a stranger stumbles into their territory, wounded and beaten, and Silver decides to risk everything on Tiberius Leveraux. But Tiberius isnt all he seems, and in the fragile balance of the Pack and wild, he may tip the destiny of all wolves...
|Title||:||The Last Wolf (The Legend of All Wolves #1)|
|Format Type||:||Mass Market Paperback|
|Number of Pages||:||320 pages|
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The Last Wolf (The Legend of All Wolves #1) Reviews
The Last Wolf seems like it would be your standard paranormal romance fare, but ends up to be something quite different. The best way to describe it is as similar to Anne Bishop's Others series - if you were hoping for more in the romance department with Meg and Simon. I know I'm not alone in this!
The first three quarters of this book were really strong. The author introduced readers to her version of werewolf/shifter culture and the main characters, Silver and Ti. Since this is the first book i ...more
**ARC provided by publisher in exchange for an honest review**
I really enjoyed reading The Last Wolf, and this book was a great mix of Paranormal Romance and Urban Fantasy. Neither overpowered the other and the author did great job in balancing those two genres. Lately, I don't read a lot of PNR/UF books and it is really difficult for me to find a story that will keep me interested in this genre, so I was really happy that this story exceeded my expectations. The blurb gives a great short overvi ...more
So this one sounded like it would be a pretty interesting paranormal romance but it really was just mediocre for me.
I like the world building of the pack and how they seemed much more old world. Nothing like how a lot of the werewolf romances are these days. It was very much a pack oriented type setting with your alphas and then your low person in the pack who is Silver. Silver was never supposed to live and has a crippled leg. Pack wolves do not associate with shifters and shifters hate packs a ...more
With the brutal pragmatism of Alice Borchardt and the shared respect of equally yoked mates in Kelley Armstrong's Elena and Clay in her Otherworld series, Maria Vale creates an immersive universe of wolves and shifters that is a fresh blend of familiar elements in the canon of supernatural fiction. Language flows smoothly between the characters' thoughts, words, and sensory perception of their emotional and physical environments.
Individually and together, Silver and Ti are isolated by their oth ...more
I had a hard time getting into this book. Silver is a part of a pack. There is a long wolf history and she loves her pack. Tiberius shows up, hurt and unwanted. Silver has a choice to make, but in doing that, she ties her fate to Tiberius.
The book was a story that is easy to follow and no real surprises. I liked Silver and how dedicated she was to her pack. They were her life and she was determined to make Tiberius a part of it. He has issues and a past of his own. Falling in love wasn't a part ...more
Originally reviewed for & posted at Vampire Book Club
Review source: copy provided by publisher in exchange for an honest review
Rating (out of 5): 3 stars
Born with a lame leg in her wolf form, Silver has little hope within her pack. When her intended mate is kicked out, her outlook goes from bottom of the pack pair to unmated servant. But the appearances of a bloody and wounded stranger throws her one last lifeline. Ty has grow up with his Shifter clan but when they turn on him, he seeks out ...more
Round up to 3.5. I really really liked 95% of this book.
The other 5% frustrated me.
Biggest Frustration: Can we please, please stop promoting the idea that a man can tell if a woman has had sexual intercourse just by touching her between her legs? It doesn't work like that. Gynecologists with mirrors and speculums can't tell; yes, they can notice physical changes, but there's no way of seeing how those happened.
It's just outdated and wrong-headed to write any book set in the 21st century and por ...more
Well, color me surprised because I really enjoyed The Last Wolf. It started off a little rocky but by the ending, I was in love with Silver, Ti and the whole Great North Pack.
The start starts with a prologue that frankly, confused me. I didn’t really get the feel why this piece of information was needed. I did eventually understand the purpose of the prologue, but it was well into the book before things clicked. Skip forward to Chapter one and we meet Silver. She’s at the bottom of her pack’s s ...more