Tony Parker and Olivia "Livi" Brackin met five years ago and shared a memorable weekend in Las Vegas. Tony woke to an "It’s been fun..." good-bye note and a broken heart. He and his brothers, Eric and Nick, searched for years before finally accepting that she was lost to them. Suddenly she shows up in their home town of Lost Hills.
Livi has been hired by the Fact or Fiction magazine. She has come to the White Mountains of Arizona in search of the rumored white wolf. The Parker brothers cannot let her publish such a picture. They want her to stay in Lost Hills with them as their mate. Unfortunately someone else is determined to claim the Parker brothers and will do anything to remove Livi from the path to obtaining that goal. Can the Parker brothers keep Livi from exposing the town’s secrets? Can they save her from the one set on harming her? Will Livi live long enough to decide if she can accept three loves into her heart and life? Will she still love them after she finds out what they, and most of the residents of Lost Hills, really are?
This is a totally different paranormal romance series from the creative mind of Jane Jamison. There are many different supernatural beings mentioned. She also tells us of the difference between a shifter and a skinwalker. Like most small mountain towns Lost Hills is picturesque with warm and friendly residents. Marring the beauty is something no place is immune to...prejudiced minds bent on destroying anything or anyone different. I would love to meet Dorrie and Mitsy. Perhaps if I am lucky I can meet someone as caring as the Parker brothers and their forceful personalities.
I do not know what I expected to find when I began reading "Chasing the White Wolf", but I must say I was pleasantly surprised to find how much I enjoyed it. There is a touch of suspense, the mystical and whole lot of romantic tension and fulfillment to be had. Readers get strong, defined characters that come together to bring the town to life. The descriptions given of the town make me think of a restored and updated town of the 1800's, of a place and time when towns and their residents were self-sufficient, but also close knit. Everyone could depend on each other to be there to lend a helping hand in a time of need.
Chasing The White Wolf is the second in the Skinwalker series and it can be read easily by itself. The best thing about this book is that it sets up a firm foundation for future stories. Lucky for us book one is still available as well. If you enjoy book two as much as I did, pick up a copy of book one, Leather and Lace and let the journey continue. If you still wanting even more paranormal romance to enjoy, check out Jane Jamison's Werewolves of Forever, Texas series as well. Any series by Ms. Jamison is worth your time to read and your time will be repaid with hours of enjoyment and pleasure.
Olivia "Livi" Brackin is hired to take a photo of the elusive white wolf. To complete her assignment, she may have to turn against the three men she's falling for. They want her to forget the white wolf and stay with them, but she's not sure she can give up the life she's worked so hard to obtain. Tony, Eric, and Nick Parker have found the woman Tony fell in love with five years earlier. When she unexpectedly shows up in their small mountain town, they're ready to make her theirs, but a photo of the white wolf in a national magazine could expose skinwalkers as real. Trying to talk Livi out of using the photograph of them in their skinwalker forms is one thing. But keeping her alive is a whole lot harder. Will another woman, obsessed with having them as her own, take Livi away from them? Or will Livi be the one to destroy their chance at happiness?
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