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The entire bestselling trilogy in one volume! Scout Donovan is a girl who believes in rules, logic, and her lifelong love of Charlie Hagan. Alex Cole believes in destiny, magic, and Scout. When Alex introduces Scout to the world of Shifters, men who change into wolves or coyotes during the full moon and Seers, women who can see your most private thoughts and emotions withThe entire bestselling trilogy in one volume! Scout Donovan is a girl who believes in rules, logic, and her lifelong love of Charlie Hagan. Alex Cole believes in destiny, magic, and Scout. When Alex introduces Scout to the world of Shifters, men who change into wolves or coyotes during the full moon and Seers, women who can see your most private thoughts and emotions with a mere touch, the knowledge changes everything and everyone Scout thought she knew.Contains Destiny Binds, Time Mends, and Fate Succumbs.Praise for The Timber Wolves Trilogy"Really fantastic!" -Ann Aguirre, USA Today Bestselling Author"Well-written, entertaining, and somewhat addictive." -Samantha Young, New York Times Bestselling Author"Great voice! I loved the spin on the Shifter world." -Abbi Glines, New York Times bestselling author...

Title : The Timber Wolves Trilogy
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ISBN : 18814484
Format Type : Kindle Edition
Number of Pages : 721 Pages
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The Timber Wolves Trilogy Reviews

  • Mara
    2019-01-29 11:05

    I'm trying, I'm really trying to understand what YA fans see in this kind of stories. But maybe I'm too old, or simply I was never a young adult of this type. SO I can't really connect. Mostly I was bored. I was sceptical at times, as world-building is shaky, earthquake-land kind of shaky. Too many holes in it to sustain such a story. But I wasn't particularly taken with characters either. None seems real, the heroine moves from silly teen to queen of the world, but you don't see (I didn't see) any growth. They are like vignette: baby born, first day of school, graduation and so on. The heroine is the character with more depth, of course, but a dose too heavy of marysue makes her too fake. Her gang is mostly two-dimensional, but they are way better than the cardboard treatment the bad guys gets. Like in a nightmarish kafkian trial, there's no motive (except the author says so). Her sister is a 7 yo with a split personality, toddler at times, 50 yo channelling either McGyver or Ms Stewart at other times.Plot is so standard in YA to be unbelieving (well more unbelieving): an other beautiful, misunderstood heroine? Unique, goddess-like, great at school, great at sports, great in everything, and of course destined by Fate to be the One. Yes, I know the meaning of fabula which is the excuse many fans uses when defending a book from the charge of being a copycat or too similar to something else. I can't say this book is copying some other. But surely it feels like millions out there. Only worse. Mostly this could be an ok read for many with less pet peeves than I have, but since I had to stop reading quite a few times out of irritation, or boredom, and that I skim read a lot (most of the third book was skimming material), I can't give it more than one star. I simply didn't enjoining reading this trilogy. But hey guys it's at 0.99 at the moment. You are not going broke, if you are willing to try it. :)

  • Cat
    2019-02-05 13:34

    Absolutely loved this series and managed to devour it in three days it was so good. The heartbreak during the first book was balanced by the sweet support and new relationships Scout built through the rest of the series. (view spoiler)[ I loved the relationship between Scout and Liam, and Wolf Scout and Wolf Liam, how their love built over time as they got to know each other but that that their wolves always knew they were mates.(hide spoiler)]Fantastic read. I would highly recommend. I can't believe it took me so long to find this gem.Thank you so much Tammy Blackwell for sharing your gift.

  • Miranda
    2019-02-10 18:07

    My review is for the trilogy as a whole I read it in less the a day but it was worth it. I felt like I needed more but maybe that's due to all the adult books I've been reading might need to cut back on those a bit. But as a whole I loved the characters and the world that was created for the shifters. Book ones ending left me a bit heartbroken with no signs of repair but as I continued on and began book two and quickly after book three it slowly started mend and feel whole again. This series was wonderfully written and the cover is rather stunning. Great series in all look forward to more work by Tammy Blackwell :)

  • Angela ReadingCave
    2019-02-02 16:08

    I ended up reading the whole series, the novellas and the spin off-series in one week. I enjoyed the characters. I liked how they were there for one another even when they didn’t want to be, even when they wanted to wallow in self-pity. I liked how after everything they were still a family. More importantly I like how it shows the messy side of love- not wanting to be in love, being in love with someone who doesn’t want you, being with someone who you think hates you, and how relationships grow.For a full review on all the book in this bundle visit the Reading Cave. The Reading Cave

  • Lindy
    2019-02-11 13:11

    wonderful This was a really great series. If you love strong female character with a witty tongue, with loyal friends and strong love interest mixed with grabbing evil by the neck. This book is for you.

  • Kristina Wakefield
    2019-01-24 16:20

    Loved this trilogy! It was very well written and extremely difficult to put down. Excellent work.

  • Krystn
    2019-02-19 12:08

    Great readGreat read and book. fell in love with the characters. went by too fast. couldn't put it down. Thank you for making love reading.

  • Bernadette
    2019-02-11 16:34

    Have given reviews for each book separately.