Sarah Hartwell has turned her back on
civilization to live with Larak and Kam in their den by Wolf
Creek in northern Manitoba. The men are called Shumani,
able to shift from man to wolf and back in the blink of an
eye. They have made Sarah their umma or Queen. She is now
their leader, heading the pack instead of the violent and
terrifying Hunt who they were forced to kill.
His father is dead but Kar doesnít feel
that he fits in the newly formed pack even though he is
nothing like his sire. Kar brings turmoil to the pack yet
no matter how hard he tries he cannot abandon them and
Sarahís feelings are just as unsettled when it comes to Kar.
Sarah isnít sure what to do and Kar isnít helping much by
keeping secrets from his Queen, important secrets.
The Wolf Queen is a
deeply sensual journey of awakening emotional maturity for
the four main characters. A primeval forest as backdrop for
a powerful alpha female learning her way and the three men
promised to her makes The Wolf Queen
fascinating entertainment. There are a few surprises but by
and large, The Wolf Queen is a very hot
characterization tale with the female learning to be the
alpha she is meant to be.