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Tuesday, December 2, 2014

Book Review: Wolf's Fall (Alpha Pack #6) by J.D. Tyler

Wolf's Fall (Alpha Pack #6) 
by J.D. Tyler
352 pages
December 2nd, 2014 
by Signet
A top secret team of wolf shifters, the Alpha Pack are former Navy SEALS that use their Psy powers to take on the world’s greatest predators. But while each member is loyal to the pack, it can be hard to deny the call of desire…

Still tormented by his recent captivity, Alpha Pack commander Nick Westfall isn’t sure he’s fit to lead—especially when he meets the one woman he can’t claim without reliving the torture he endured at the hands of a rogue vampire.

Vampire princess Calla Shaw has seen her own share of heartbreak, but she can tell that the wild attraction she and Nick feel for each other could turn into something significant—if only he’d let it. But Calla isn’t about to give up on her mate without a fight.

Time is running out, not only for Nick to claim his mate, but for Calla and her coven. A vampire war is on the horizon, one the Alpha Pack can’t hope to win if their leader can’t pull himself back from the abyss.

To be fair, this was my first time jumping into this series. Saying that, you can certainly read this latest story as a standalone if you fancy. 

Wolf's Fall starts out really interesting, being in Nick's head and hearing the internal struggle he's got going on. It all laid the ground work from some compelling reading. 

Enter stage left, Calla the vamp princess. I didn't really get a chance to feel much for her. Fairly soon the story is moving along to capture the vampire and the chance begins. A lot of back and forth action between the wolves and vampires brings the action, but brushes over the continued building of a realistic relationship between the pair. 

In short, they fall for each other really fast and hop in the sack to get it on. I would have liked more time on building a bond between the pair, without kidnapping and rescuing. But that aside this was overall a pleasant read. 

Sheep review: Cole's Redemption (Alpha Pack #5)

Getting 3 and 1/2 Sheep 

About the Author:
J.D. Tyler is an award-winning, multi-published author who writes for New American Library under three pseudonyms. Whether this is due to an overdose of ambition or a multiple personality affliction, she’ll never tell.

J.D. writes dark, sexy paranormal romance and has a huge thing for shifters, vampires, the Fae, and just about everything else that goes bump and grind in the night. She can’t get enough of those dangerous supernatural heroes, and the fun of creating her own was just too much temptation to resist… so she didn’t. J.D. doesn’t do self-denial.

When she isn’t writing, J.D.’s idea of a good time certainly isn’t cleaning house (sniff), bungee jumping (not in this lifetime, or the next), or camping (her idea of “roughing it” is a slow bellboy). She enjoys reading, being pampered like the diva she is, and spending time with her awesome family. She lives in Texas with her two teenagers.


  1. I listen to these audiobooks. I've done the entire series, except the novella Black Magic. The couple pretty much falls together pretty quick in all the books, which I don't like. The overall story arc is great and keeps me coming back. Can't wait to see how the vampires play a role and to see Nick's story.

    1. I haven't read them yet, but I do have book one. I can swallow a couple getting together quickly in PNR but not contemporary.