The Lost Wolf's Destiny (The Pack #14)
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The Lost Wolf's Destiny (The Pack #14)

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A desperate mother. A scarred man. A powerful bond… 

The moment he saw Blythe Daphne on the television news, Lucas Kenyon knew three things: she was a shapeshifter, like him. She was the most desirable creature he had ever seen. And she was in terrible danger. 

Now, the wolf in Lucas is driving him to save Blythe and her young daughter from a man h...more
Paperback, Harlequin Nocturne #167, 304 pages
Published September 3rd 2013 by Harlequin
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Laura the Highland Hussy
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I didn't enjoy this one at all.

I almost didn't finish this one. I really couldn't get into it.
The heroine took her daughter to a cult to be faith healed. It was so obvious it was a cult! The heroine felt pressured to say yes, and she's grasping at straws just hoping and praying her daughter will be healed.

The heroine ignored every feeling and instinct she had to say no. After she said yes, she still ignored all her instincts and the red flags. Meanwhile, the...more
Carolyn F.

What can I say about this book. It's a lot of hurry up and wait, I'll tell you later, we'll bring her to see you later, over and over and over again. A lot of the pages could have been whittled down if the author would have removed this repetition. I just read a really good shifter/hybrid book that I gave 5 stars. This one wasn't I'm sorry to say. So, if this book isn't finished, I'd recommend the author remove the repetition, narrow the story down to the nitty-gritty and have the roma...more
Kendra Mcglothin
When Lucas heard Jacob Gideon's voice on the news he decided to see what was going on ever after 15 years of not having anything to do with him. What he saw was a sick little girl and her attractive mother, Blythe. Why would this woman agree to allow Jacob to heal her daughter when Lucas knew exactly what Jacob was capable of? Did Blythe know what dangers she was putting her daughter in? And how could Lucas face the past that had been haunting him to help save these two and would he be able to f...more
Sep 23, 2013 Angela rated it 2 of 5 stars  ·  review of another edition
Recommended to Angela by: netgalley
This was the first book by Ms. Whiddon that I've read and I was looking forward to discovering a new author, but I'm not sure this is the author for me. I was first drawn in by the beautiful cover then the blurb sounded promising. I just found myself rolling my eyes enough to make me dizzy. I just couldn't stand some of the decisions made by both MCs and though the idea of the book sounded great it just didn't deliver. There was a lot of repeating, too. I guess maybe if I had read some of the pr...more
Sharon Tyler
The Lost Wolf's Destiny by Karen Whiddon is an urban fantasy and romance that is scheduled for release on September 3 2013. Blythe Daphne is a desperate mother, looking for a miracle to cure her ailing daughter. She has tried everything in conventional medicine, but her daughter is running out of time. Lucas Kenyon is a werewolf with no connection to others like him. He fled his father, a cruel cult leader, as a teenager and has vowed never to return. But in the moment Lucas saw Blythe on the te...more
Lucas has a very tortured past, having run away from the family compound as a teen, after his father tried to "cure" him of shifting into a wolf. He was never exposed to the truth of his kind or given any explanations because his mother died before she could explain anything to him or his twin sister. The twins were left with their father who viewed them as abominations. Lucas only left the abuse when his twin was killed and he could stand no more. He has been a loner ever since. Meanwhile, his...more
I received The Lost Wolf's Destiny in exchange for a fair and honest review.

I’m still not sure exactly how I feel about this one. It’s another one of those books that just didn’t grab me. I loved the premise, the characters were likable and it was definitely action packed, yet some of the scenarios were just not believable.

The attraction between Lucas and Blythe was normal from a werewolf standpoint. That kind of pull just can’t be fought. The relationship itself isn’t what threw me in The L...more
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Title: The Lost Wolf's Destiny
Series: The Pack Book #14
Author: Karen Whiddon
Genre: Sci-Fi/Fantasy, Romance
Blurb: A desperate mother. A scarred man. A powerful bond…
The moment he saw Blythe Daphne on the television news, Lucas Kenyon knew three things: she was a shapeshifter, like him. She was the most desirable creature he had ever seen. And she was in terrible danger.
Now, the wolf in Lucas is driving him to save Blythe and her young daughter from a man he knows is evil personified. A man who...more
Cathy Beckett
Loved this book. Whiddon outdid herself with this story.

Blythe Daphne has gotten herself mixed up with a religious fanatic out to experiment and destroy shifters. Her daughter is dying from a heart defect when Blythe agrees to got to Sanctuary for Jacob Gideon to heal. They give a press conference where Lucas Kenyon sees Blythe and her daughter, Hailey.

Lucas, Jacob Gideon's son, realizes his dad is up to his old tricks again. He knows that he must protect Blythe and Hailey so he travels from Sea...more
1 out of 5 stars. I read this novel through NetGalley... I'm sorry I really wanted to like this novel, especially since I could tell it has plenty of potential. However, I just couldn't stay with it. For one, it had a slow beginning--for me at least--and didn't seem to get much faster as the story progresses. Yet I will admit if I had read any of the other books in this series before--and liked them--that might have helped, but I hadn't. I read up until I was 60% through with the novel (per my k...more
Iniziamo dalla cosa che ho apprezzato di più e mi ha spinto a leggere questo libro: la copertina! Qualcuno dia un premio a questo disegnatore! E' misteriosa e intrigante al punto giusto, sensuale ed elegante, e diciamocelo, attira l'occhio.
La trama è carina e mette un po' d'ansia, questa bambina continua a sparire all'improvviso! E magari la successione di eventi: "OMG mia figlia è stata rapita di nuovo! Let's have sex." non è proprio il massimo della vita...
Si ringrazia NetGalley e Harlequin pe...more
I wanted this to be better.
I found myself enjoying this book. Even though its part of a series it can easily be read as a stand-alone. I seen mixed reviews on this so I wasnt sure about this when I started reading it. But found myself very much into the story and wanted to know how things would end up. One thing I suspected I was right about but was glad of it. Will for sure track down more in this series.
A great story about a guy confronting his past and saving his future. A was a good quick read. I enjoyed the complexity of the characters. If u like a good paranormal story with some romance. This story is for you.
Lenna Wright-Berry
I really liked this book, I might be in the future try to the the rest of the series. So far I haven't read one that is disappointing.
So much happening in such a small book. In the end it seemed rushed, nonetheless it was still an interesting read. :)
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Miniseries: The Pack
Category: Paranormal Romance
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Karen Whiddon spun fanciful tales for her younger brothers as early as the age of eleven. Growing up in the Catskill Mountains of New York, then the Rocky Mountains of Colorado, she found enough magic in the rugged peaks to keep her imagination fueled for years.

Now making her home in North Texas, she shares her life with her hero-like husband and three doting dogs. She writes paranormal tales for...more
More about Karen Whiddon...
Touch Of The Wolf (The Pack #6) Wild Wolf (The Pack #9) One Eye Open (The Pack, #1) Cry Of The Wolf (The Pack #5) Dance Of The Wolf (The Pack #8)

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