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Pack’s Queen

Wolves of Crimson Hollow Series, Book 3 (A Fairy Tale Retelling Paranormal Romance)
Series: Wolves of Crimson Hollow, Book 3
Length: 11 hrs and 8 mins
Categories: Romance, Fantasy

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Publisher's Summary

Pack's Queen is the epic, fast-paced conclusion to the Wolves of Crimson Hollow trilogy. Get ready for romance, action, and jaw-dropping revelations. 

After a harrowing battle in Shadow Creek, Red and her allies defeated Valerius and freed his wolves. But the victory came at a great cost. Tristan was captured by the archdemon Harkon, and Dante's whereabouts are unknown. 

Despite the odds stacked up against her, Red is determined to save her mates at any cost. Even if it means making deals with devilish creatures or working side by side with her ex. 

Contains mature themes.

©2019 M. H. Soars and Michelle Hercules (P)2019 Tantor

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  • Kenya Brown
  • 2019-12-04

omg

the female narrator is the best the sex scenes are hot and the male narrator will occasionally take you out of the story line but over all I love the series and cant wait for the 4th book

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  • toreanna hall
  • 2019-07-02

The writing and The voice

For the most part good story ( this includes the other 2 books) but in some places the dialogue is a bit off. The way something is written is just not how people speak.

There also are some places where someone should have more emotions in there voice but it's flat. Neither of these things happen often but it does happen.

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  • elizabeth
  • 2019-06-18

Became a bit repetitive

I loved the idea of the book but at points I felt like I was missing information.