Luna of Mine (The Grey Wolves #8)

Luna of Mine (The Grey Wolves, #8)Luna of Mine by Quinn Loftis

My rating: 4 of 5 stars

Another great read from Mrs. Loftis. This time we are transported back in time to when the great Vasile met his courageous mate Alina. However, this is just not some ordinary love story. This story is made of tragedies, loss, and even despair, with years of heartache in between. Yet, by some miracle or should I say certain fairy this couple not only survives and but triumphs! This a great almost ending to the series.

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Book Summary:
Every life leaves behind a legacy. Every story has a beginning and an end. The Alpha of the Romania Grey Wolves knows this better than most. He also knows it’s the things that transpire to create that legacy and the experiences, triumphs and failures that happen in the middle of the story that matter. His story began a century ago and now a tragedy has led him to his rightful place as Alpha of the Eastern Romania pack. Before he led hundreds, he had to learn to lead a few. Before he sacrificed for all, he had to be willing to sacrifice for any. Before he could be the man destined to save his race he had to be willing to serve them. In order to be raised up he had to first be torn down. There was only one who could do this and live, only one who could light his way when the darkness closed in; his mate, his Luna. This is the building of their legacy, the middle of their story. Their triumphs, their failures, and their tragedy’s that would one day make them strong enough to restore a race torn apart by greed, envy, and fear.


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