Seth (Highland Gargoyles, #4) by Lisa Carlisle (Review by Catherine – #NerdGirlCat)

Title: Seth (Highland Gargoyles, #4)

Author: Lisa Carlisle

Published Date: December 22nd 2016

Genre: Paranormal Romance


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Seth, wolf shifter and beta of his island’s pack, had his life planned out. He’d mate with the alpha’s daughter and eventually they’d rule the pack with her. When she chooses another shifter as her mate, his pride his is wounded and future with the pack is threatened. Lost and betrayed, he sets off to find his destiny – or die trying.

Hailey, a park ranger in the Scottish Highlands, is on a mission to save wolves – including the one she rescues from a watery grave. When she treats the wolf’s injury, she’s in for the surprise of her life.

Seth knows better than to trust a human – even one as irresistible as curvy, principled Hailey. Before long, he’s not just struggling to survive – he’s struggling to resist his attraction to Hailey. His wolf promotes a course of action that would change his destiny and put his life in danger. What’s a wolf to do when his heart interferes with his pride?

If you like hot men in kilts and fated mates, read the fiery romance between Seth and Hailey.

Seth and Hailey’s romance is a wolf shifter story in the Highland Gargoyles series. Each book in the series features a romance between a new couple and can be read on its own, however, they are best enjoyed read in this order:
* Knights of Stone: Mason
* Knights of Stone: Lachlan
* Knights of Stone: Bryce
* Seth


***Adult Warning – May Contain Graphic Sex, Strong Language, Or Adult Situations. Caution Advised***
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***Catherine – #NerdGirlCat’s  Review***
I loved the previous books in this series, so I just knew I would love this one too. After leaving his pack and being rescued from drowning Seth meets Hailey. These two have an instant connection. Hailey comes to believe in the impossible when it comes to Seth and they both learn together that although things aren’t what you are used to doesn’t mean they are bad tings. This is a very well written story and I loved every word of it. I look forward to reading more from this series.


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