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Frostbitten by Kelley Armstrong
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Elena and Clay are front and center in this tenth installment in the Women of the Otherworld series.

Elena's more front and center than she had realized when Jeremy tells her of his decision. A step with which Elena is very uncomfortable. Then a letter comes out of her past and it's too much with which to cope so Elena takes refuge in her Pack job---chasing mutts. The lead-in finds Elena chasing one mutt simply so she can warn him but her and Clay's reputations find him skittering off and leading them into a mess of trouble.

This might be a fortunate bit of trouble as Clay has been finding that, after 30 years, the fearsome rep he built is sagging and he needs to take another wolf down to "impress" this generation. Only, there seems to be more than one rogue pack and a lot of lone wolves snapping (or cowering) at their heels.

Interesting. Elena has to find her core and discover what is most important to her in this story while it seems that Clay has mellowed in some respects...who knew? Growth is imminent.
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