Savage Awakening by J.D. Tyler

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It's not a stay awake all night, keeper shelf, kind of series.
-Texas Reader


A group of former Navy SEALS, the Alpha Pack is a top-secret team of wolf shifters with Psy powers combating the greatest dangers in the world. But sometime those dangers are more intimate than they bargained for...
After a mission goes wrong, Aric Savage is taken prisoner. Half-dead and despairing, he makes a stunning discovery: his Pack mate Micah Chase, who was reported dead, is a fellow captive. When the Alpha team goes into full-rescue mode, accompanying them is an absolute stunner with sable hair--and a spine of solid steel.
LAPD officer and Psy Dreamwalker Rowan Chase has one priority: her brother Micah's recovery. Still, she can't help but be drawn to Aric, the ruggedly handsome wolf shifter who pleasures her as no man ever has--however fleeting their affair is destined to be. But when Aric's life is endangered, Rowan must ask herself what she's willing to sacrifice in the name of love, for the man fated to be her Bondmate.

About J.D. Tyler

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J. D. Tyler has a Master's degree in Education and spent sixteen years in the public school trenches before she left teaching to pursue her dream of writing full time. An active member of Romance Writers of America, she's been a finalist for Colorado Romance Writers Award of Excellence, has captured the HOLT Medallion Award of Merit, and has one book optioned for a major motion picture. She lives in Dallas, Texas.
Published April 3, 2012 by Signet. 352 pages
Genres: Romance, Science Fiction & Fantasy, Literature & Fiction. Fiction
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Night Owl Paranormal

Reviewed by ELF on May 03 2012

An intriguing series filled with beguiling shapeshifters who have shared success and tragedy and are still trying to overcome their recent losses.

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Dark Faerie Tales

Reviewed by Kiwi on Apr 28 2012

Good riddance to bad rubbish, and all that jazz. But, lo and behold, there is an even badder character on the horizon who must be stopped, and the series continues. So, needless to say, I liked this one, just like I did the first.

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The Book Vixen

Reviewed by J9 on Apr 23 2012

The romance is a perfect combo of sexy and emotional and the strong mystery plot will keep readers’ attention.

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Debbie's Book Bag

Reviewed by Debbie on May 01 2012

This series in my opinion could do for shifters what J.R. Ward's Black Dagger Brotherhood did for vampires.

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Love To Read For Fun

Reviewed by Ellie on Apr 10 2012

With that being said this is one of the best books I’ve read so far in 2012 and it has hot ex-Navy Seals who turn into werewolves and have special paranormal abilities.

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That's What I'm Talking About

Reviewed by Gikany, Una on Apr 25 2012

Their overall story arc progresses well and the conflict resolution feels real. In fact, it is a very gripping read – partly due to the humor and partly for those...steamy moments.

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Texas Reader

Below average
Reviewed by Stacy on Apr 06 2012

It's not a stay awake all night, keeper shelf, kind of series.

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DforDarla's Definite Reads

Reviewed by Val Greer on Apr 07 2012

I really like the world J.D. Tyler has built. It is really starting to come to life in the second installment of the series.

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Reviewed by Tamara Hoffer on Apr 05 2012

Savage Awakening has everything I need for a great read, a fast paced, exciting plot line, wonderful characters, hot steamy romance and heart.

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