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Saturday, February 1, 2020

Wicked Cowboy Wolf blog tour

Welcome to to my Wicked Cowboy Wolf blog tour
Wicked Cowboy Wolf
by Kait Ballenger
Publication Date: 1/28/2020
Genre: Paranormal
Series: Seven Range Shifters #3

To his enemies, he's known as the Rogue. To her, he's her only
chance at survival…

Years ago, Grey Wolf Jared Black was cast from the pack for a crime he
didn't commit. Now, he's the mysterious criminal wolf known
only as the Rogue, a name his former packmates
won't soon forget. But when a vampire threat endangers the lives of
their entire species, Jared must confront his former
packmates again, even if that means betraying the only
woman he's ever loved…

Ever since Maeve Gray escaped the pack's
bloodsucking enemies, she's been determined to save her species
—and fast. Each passing day risks the lives of her friends and family.
But when a wicked cowboy wolf shows up on the Grey Wolf ranch,
offering everything Maeve's heart desires, her eyes are opened to
a whole new world beyond the packlands. For this cowgirl, sleeping with the
enemy could prove as desirable as it is deadly…

Kait Ballenger earned her B.A in English from Stetson University
followed by an M.F.A in Writing from Spalding University. After stints
in multiple careers, Kait finally decided that her eight-year-old self knew best:
that she was meant to be a writer. Kait lives with her husband and
young son in Florida.


Purchase Links:
IndieBound: http://bit.ly/2QRs7C5 

My thoughts
Series: Seven Range Shifters #3
Rating:4.5
Would I recommend it? Yes
Would I read the rest of the series ? Yes
Would I read more by this author? Yes
First time I've read anything by this author 
and I actually liked the concept of 
cowboys been werewolves,in fact
this is my first time reading anything 
like this.It's fast pace and it keeps
you wating to know what is going
to happen next.With that said 
I want to thank Sourcebooks Casablanca 
as well as NetGalley for letting
read and review it exchange
for my honest opinion.

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