Azure (The Silver Series Book 5)

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Azure is about an alpha werewolf who rescues a human from the vengeful grasp of his pack. Nora is the only person who is not afraid of Vance’s size or strength, and in return she gains his respect. When Vance is pushed to the edge of survival, his heart is torn between loving Nora and a werewolf who befriends him with the kindness that is greatly lacking in his life. More

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Language: English
ISBN: 9781476261126
About Cheree Alsop

Cheree Alsop is the mother of a beautiful, talented daughter and amazing twin sons who fill every day with joy and laughter. She is married to her best friend, Michael, the light of her life and her soulmate who shares her dreams and inspires her by reading the first drafts and adding depth to the stories. Cheree is currently working as an independent author and mother. She enjoys reading, riding her motorcycle on warm nights, and playing with her twins while planning her next book. She is also a bass player for her husband’s garage band, Alien Landslide.

Cheree and Michael live in Utah where they rock out, enjoy the outdoors, plan great adventures, and never stop dreaming.

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Review by: jane anne on July 01, 2014 :
Azure (The Silver #5) by Cheree Alsop

4 Stars

Continuing the theme of the series this instalment follows Vance, an alpha who had been hidden away by his parents when he was six years old to save him from the alpha killing spree that Jaze’s uncle was on. Now an adult Vance runs the camp, and looks after all the other werewolves that are sent there until they are old enough to form packs of their own. The boys all live in relative harmony until one night a group of trainee hunters happen across the camp and lives are lost on both sides. Vance’s humanity kicks in and he takes pity on one of the hunters, Nora and keeps her safe in his quarters.

The problems really begin when Vance learns that Nora’s father is a rogue hunter leader, who kidnaps and tortures werewolves for pleasure, and takes Vance prisoner. When Nora finds out what is happening she seeks out Jaze for help.

I am enjoying this series but have read the first five one after the other and feel the story line is now becoming predictable. There is a pattern that flows through each book that varies only by the main wolfs back-story. Jaze and his pack is the common denominator that ties the series, but his tale doesn’t seem to move on and I would like to see that happen. I’m going to have a few days break between this and the next book to give myself time to process so I can go into ‘Hunter’ with a clear mind.

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