March 20, The Cascadia Wolves series books have gotten a facelift with Pack Enforcer. Book 1. Wolves’ Triad. Book 2. Wolf Unbound. Order, Title, Series, Genre, Date. 1. Enforcer / Pack Enforcer. Paranormal RomancePNR, Apr, Buy. 2. Tri Mates / Wolves’ Triad. Paranormal Romance PNR. Enforcer (Cascadia Wolves) [Lauren Dane] on Book Box, a subscription that delivers hand-picked children’s books every 1, 2, or 3 months.

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Feb 21, Rubz added it Shelves: Cascadia Wolves 7 books in series. He eventually redeemed himself and I ended up liking him, but I never got to where I admired him as I did Lairen.

Angela James She got her rights back from her publisher and is going to re-release them at some point.

Like the previous books, the mating is sudden, unexpected, casadia sharp. Thanks for telling us about the problem. It would have been 4 stars but that ending! Whilst reading this book I should point out that there are some rather detailed sexual scenes within it, so I would definitely s REVIEW To say I was eager to get started reading this book is an understatement.

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The ending of this book cascaria. Nick, I had a harder time with. Werewolves have one true mate, someone their wolf bonds to physically, mentally, emotionally. The title appears above the forest and wolf silhouette as well as the authors name, both in fonts that match the other books in the series so far.


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I was a bit in the dark about the backstory, because I didn’t do my research and work out this was the second book in a series. That Tracy is deeply attracted to both right from the start is obvious.

All the same, I enjoyed myself This was a story about acceptance and a strong bonded love between three people. It flowed nicely with some unexpected surprises throughout. Especially after the idea of the tri-bond thing, i didnt think I would like this but damn it!

Without this she would slowly become unhinged. I wasn’t fond of Nina and Tracy I really did not like at all. Wolves’ Triad is the next re-release of the Cascadia Wolves series.

The ease with which her “first” mate Nick accepts this and accepts Gabe as his pseudo-lover is interesting, and not in a good way. There’s an interesting series plot arc developing. I originally thought this was going to be purely a romance book. Tri Mates was another version of Pack Enforcer but the heroine got different names. I loved the connection between Gabe, Tracey and Nick.

She might have put her grifter past behind her, but she’s still got what it takes. This book was awesome to read! Gabe, the mediator between the packs, agrees to be her anchor bond and then the unthinkable happens— instead of an anchor bond forming, a true mate bond forms and suddenly Tracy finds herself mated to not one but two strong alpha wolves.


Plus, as villains go, Sarah and Ben are pretty cookie cutter.

That’s what Tracy Warden has believed all her life. I loved the quick relationship between Nick and Tracy and then when Gabe was asked to be anchor and he’s also Tracy’s true mate? I realize they’re tied to the mating bond, but when the “I Love You’s” are thrown out that early 5 minutes after meeting it rings false As I read some of these earlier Cascadia novels, I really struggle with some of the plot devices Dane uses.

Tri Mates (Cascadia Wolves, #2) by Lauren Dane

That means dating – and for Tegan, it also means finding someone cascadja understands her needs in the bedroom. I can say that they do, So it does work however there are still parts that miffed me off. This concept was unreal for me and it was way OTT to be believable. Lauren Dane has been writing stories since she was able to cascavia a pencil, and before that she used to tell them to people.

I loved getting reacquainted with the characters I remember so fondly from before. The bad guys just have a walk-on rather than actually do anything.