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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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on June 29, 2014 :
Violet (The Silver #4) by Cheree Alsop
Even though Kaynan and Colleen had escaped from the facility at the end of book 3, Crimson, they still aren’t in the clear. This instalment, told from Colleen’s POV, follows her journey as she tries to come to terms with being a werewolf, and Rafe, the werewolf who’d rescued her. Rafe takes Colleen to the safety of his pack in the forest where they stay happily until Rafe is attacked by a cougar, leaving him with life threatening injuries, which forces Colleen to contact Kaynan for help. Returning to society comes with its own set of problems when they have both the scientists they’d escaped from and the government, threatening them and putting everyone connected to them in danger.
This is a lovely story about how love heals all. Rafe, the wild wolf who was brought up by a pack of real wolves, shows his softer side to Colleen and in the freedom of the forest, with his support she slowly learns to control her phasing. Their feelings for each other become more clear when back in the real world, Colleen and Kaynan find themselves constantly being chased by men with guns, Rafe will do anything to keep her safe.
I’m not sure why this series has gripped me so completely, but it has. Even now four books in, I’m eager to pick up book five which is unlike me, I usually get bored reading one book after the other of the same set without a break in between. I’m finding it easy to fall into Cheree’s writing style, her characters have a natural feel to them and are comfortable to be around.
This series is easily suited for anyone aged 12 years and over who enjoy werewolf stories.
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(reviewed within a week of purchase)