Desert Roots (The Wolves of Twin Moon Ranch Book 6)


Risking her life is the one thing Carly Hawthorne enjoys. She doesn't believe in true love and doesn't like being the youngest of the Hawthorne Clan. However, her no love rule is quickly thrown out the window when she meets Luke Brandsetter. He's a bad boy and she wants him. Luke's wolf is practically howling for Carly, and he won't be able to fight it much longer. With a past like his, though, he has to prove himself worthy of Carly's clan and worthy of her. He needs to protect her and wants to make her his. 

A short read with some very hot shifters. Though this is the sixth book in the series, there is enough information that readers won't be confused if they haven't read the previous books. There are sections of the book that will pull readers in and keep a hold of them. However, the short length of the book makes the story feel rushed, and some aspects of description were affected by this. There's also a cliched element to the storyline. Overall, however, the story is good, and readers will enjoy it. “Desert Roots” is a book that can be read in one sitting, and readers will likely be interested to go back and read the other books in the series. 

Lynn-Alexandria McKendrick