Running Free

A Northern Shifters Story, #5

Running Free is a book about two very different people finding themselves and each other. Zach is a horse shifter and he has become the guardian of a small child, Storm a wolf cub. When Storm comes to the notice of the local alpha, Sally is asked to investigate and invite Storm to Wolf Town. Zach and Sally have lots of baggage with them, but Zach can’t remember his past or family. Sally has trust issues with men and her pack. When violence finds them they band together to help Storm and both of our main characters learn to trust each other.

This is the fifth book in the series, but my first foray, but it is a stand-alone book. I had no problem following the plots or characters. It is a well-crafted book and has an interesting spin to the shifter story. This is my first horse shifter and he is a vegetarian-in mist of predators. But this story is more than a shifter book it has a story of hope and finding true love among past problems. Running Free is a great book for any shifter fan looking for something new to read. Also check out the other books in this series.


Book Blurb for Running Free

She is the one wolf who can tame his feral spirit.

A year and a half ago, if someone had told Zach that he’d be guardian to the creature he distrusts most—a wolf shifter—he’d have laughed. A half-broken horse shifter as father figure? No way.

Now, he’d kill to protect the pup he found lost in the woods—and he has. Which, unfortunately, has attracted the attention of Wolf Town’s alpha.

Sally prefers to keep a low profile among her fellow shifters in Wolf Town. Yet when she’s asked to investigate a pup living outside the safety of the pack, she can’t bring herself to refuse.

From the moment Zach meets the new piano teacher, his world tilts. Her scent gets under his skin. Her touch retrieves missing pieces of his memory. But even as their blazing attraction flares out of control, trust is the hardest to give, and the one thing they both need if they’re to save the boy from another attack.

Warning: This book contains violence and sex, though not at the same time. Be advised, the protective shifters may cause you to want to move to Wolf Town.


Night Owl Reviews Apr, 2013 4.00