Awakened from Ice is a sexy paranormal tale that has great characters. I enjoyed this story and think other readers will also. So settle in for a quick and enjoyable story.
The male lead is the alpha of his werewolf pack. He has a relationship with the female lead that brings out his tender side. She allows him to help her, but she has her own strong and independent side. She also helps him and his fellow werewolves come to terms with their new life. The story takes place in present day Alaska in two main settings, Mantanuska Glacier State Recreational Site and in Juneau. The two locations are like night and day. Mantanuska is a frozen wilderness and Juneau is a big city filled with people.
--Buried in an ice cave in Alaska are six Ice Age Tlingit Indian hunters that can transform themselves to werewolves. Their shaman created them to go after the werewolves that were created by dark magic in the war that is coming soon to cover the Earth but will they awaken in time since they are now a myth in their own culture? Luckily for them a human woman, Cassidy, is coming to Alaska to camp and trek through the mountain on her annual relaxation trip. How will she awaken them and what will happen when she does awaken them?
Book one in the Werewolf Sentinels series.
Exploring an ice cave on the Mantanuska Glacier in Alaska, Cassidy finds something out of the ordinary—six men dressed in fur and leather, motionless and seemingly dead. But she soon discovers they’re very much alive when her touch awakens one—and she finds herself pinned beneath his muscular heat in the blink of an eye.
Edensaw and his wolf brothers have slept for ten thousand years. As ice age Tlingit Indian hunters, they were chosen to be a new race of man, the first werewolves. They are the sentinels, created to protect against evil that is to come. But the touch of one woman ignites his mating urge and Edensaw awakens before he’s needed, into a world he no longer knows and a passion he cannot deny.
As the couple moves from lust to love, the dark evil brews, threatening not only to destroy the mating bond, but the sentinels themselves.