Author: Karina Espinosa
Reading Level: YA
Released: April 26th 2016
Review Source: Createspace Independent Publishing Platform
It’s hard out there for a lone-wolf.
Mackenzie Grey has started a brand new life in an attempt to escape the Brooklyn Pack. She settles in as a detective in a special unit of the LAPD when her identity is put at risk, and she has no choice but to run again. The question is: does she want to run forever?
As events force Mackenzie to confront her past, she is met with many surprises—including the revelation of her true ancestry. When Packs across the country learn of who she is, Kenz becomes the object of desire in a deadly wolf hunt, and she must once again fight to keep her freedom.
Witnessing first-hand the barbaric treatment of Lunas, Mackenzie has to make a choice—follow the prediction of her Vision Quest or let herself be CAGED…
I have been eagerly awaiting book two of the Mackenzie Grey series. I want to thank the author, Karina Espinosa, for releasing an ARC copy to me for an honest review. I read it all today! Totally five stars ❤ ❤ ❤ ❤ ❤ Pick up a copy of the book April 26th 2016.
I did want to see more of Mac in L.A. and to have read her transitions over the year. Working within a secret sect of the LAPD with her sexy partner Roman (boyfriend or no?) to her kicking ass and taking names while still in hiding from the numerous werewolf packs in North America that still search for her. In the meantime, since she’s such a late bloomer, there’s a lot of important wolf traditions she needs to catch up on, even as a lone wolf that cannot be over looked much longer. Where does she start first? A vision quest obviously.
Of course, Mac does get back to NY– and to Amy. However, it isn’t such a happy reunion at first. Almost everyone feels she’s making the big mistake, but it’s really only one of many to be made by our sarcastically snarky wolf-girl. All the while Bash and Jonah still pull her heart strings, and it’s not making her return any easier. With her bloodline in question, after confirming she’s adopted, it seems every wolf alpha is out to get a piece of her, even if it’s by force. What makes her so damn special? You’ll have to read to find out!
I really don’t want to spoil this for readers, but know that it’s truly a great addition to the series and now I look forward to book three! There are some adult moments, not sexual so just keep an open mind when reading, it is brief but still serious it should be mentioned (and it’s not done to offend anyone but to raise awareness of Luna’s –and women in general, issues).