Ellis by Kathi S. Barton

Series: Emerson Wolves #4
Author: Kathi S. Barton

Publisher: World Castle Publishing

Dawn Whitfield is on the run, and if her uncle catches her this time she knows he won’t just beat her…he’ll kill her. Her best bet is to keep moving, and at all cost keep hidden.

Addie Parker finds the shackled young woman and sets her up in an old house hidden from everything. And that’s where Dawn stays for eight lonely years.

Ellis Emerson is in a rut. He can’t seem to do anything right. He thinks he’s found his mate, but can’t get close enough to her to be sure… And that’s a huge distraction that’s turned their construction job from a week ahead of schedule with a huge bonus, to barely three days ahead. And when Addie asks him to assemble a small crew to fix one of her houses, his foreman, Dan, is all for Ellis getting away for a while.

Ellis finds his skittish mate hiding away in Addie’s home, but will she let her guard down long enough for him to convince her that their destiny is each other? Or will her Uncle Basil step in and finally take her prisoner again? Find out in the next installment of Emerson Wolves―Ellis.

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Challenge: Pnr, fantasy, pick-para

ReviewGreat book, though I may have to re-read the Emerson Wolves series again as I do not remember any of these characters. The only character I remember is something about Jarrett’s mate being able to read people with a touch. Surprised no notice about the fact Dawn is a pure shifter who can shift to other animals and sad they left her dad’s side of the family open-ended. The other weak part I saw was the villain, he really did not feel very villainy. The build of the romance was nice. Can not wait to read more of this series.

Other Series to look into:

Rare Gems by Kathi S. Barton (Series Completed)

Wilde Creek by R. E. Butler

Map of the world:

I do not get paid for this review, just me being a bookworm.


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