Was a life dealing with the pressure of photographing an A-List crowd really what she wanted to be known for? Casey Maynard decided a trip home was called for: a camping trip into the wilds of North Western Montana. Growing up, she’d spent as much time in its vast wilderness as she had in her own home. The weekend trip with her father and brother fell through, but undeterred; she’d gone alone.
But Casey finds herself in the middle of a twenty year vendetta against her father for killing the Alpha of a pack of werewolves who hold a Sanctuary deep in the mountains of the Cabinets. In a battle for her life, Casey finds herself falling for the new Alpha of the pack while he shows her how to handle and communicate with her own wolf.
Upon discovering the wolf spirit who chose her was the Mother of all Weres…more treachery thrives. Finding love and true bonds that know no bounds, her life is turned upside down.
From a deep family secret to a two thousand year old murder, will Casey’s link with the Silver Wolf be enough to save them all?
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There are certain characters you read about that stick with you long after the book is finished, characters you connect with on a deep and profound level. Where you come away from the story feeling very much as though your life won't ever be the same since getting to know them and their tale. I feel very much this way about Walker's Run. I especially loved Braedyn; the big, strong, sexy-as-sin Alpha who isn't afraid to show or tell his woman how he feels about her. Damn, but I'd kill for a Braedyn of my own! Casey was strong and opinionated. She had her own thoughts and ideas, and she wasn't afraid to change her mind or the direction of her life. When faced with a terrifying situation, she held herself with dignity and pride. Mel Favreaux has introduced us to the main players in the game here, setting the stage for what I know will be an incredible series. I can't wait for the next book!