Wednesday, April 18, 2012


Legacy, Book 5
Publisher: Samhain Publishing
Date published: May 2012
ISBN 9781609287214
Paranormal Fantasy
Reviewed by Tammy
Obtained via publisher

Evil scientists, crazy pureblood werewolves, and a love worth hanging on for are at the center of N.J. Walters latest paranormal fantasy, FINDING CHRISSTEN.

Chrissten Lawton has been at the mercy of a crazy doctor and mated against her will to a rogue werewolf for more than a year when the Haven pack finds her on the brink of death and rescues her. Hank Brewer has been drawn to Chrissten’s unique scent from the first moment he caught it and dedicates his every waking moment to her recovery and overcoming her trauma. Unfortunately, Chrissten’s “mate” is still loose and hunting her. He won’t give up until Chrissten, and the rest of the Haven females, are caught and forced to mate with his rogue pack.

N.J. Walters’ fifth book in the Legacy series, FINDING CHRISSTEN, is paranormal fantasy come to life. Chrissten is at the end of her strength when her brother and his pack finally rescue her from the forced mating and beatings she has endured for eighteen long months. The only place she feels truly safe is with Hank, a dominant yet gentle half-breed werewolf that refuses to leave her side. Where other males frighten her, Hank has a surprisingly calming effect on her. Their romance, despite the trauma she was forced to endure, melts the ink on the page.

The story is fast paced and emotional. And while the other members of the pack are all deserving of their own stories, it is the vampire, Damek, who offers to help the pack that this reader hopes will be the star of the next book in this intriguing series. Perhaps Chrissten’s younger, human brother will play a bigger role in that story?

N.J. Walters has mined gold with her Legacy series of paranormal fantasies. FINDING CHRISSTEN was a page turner that this reader was unable to put down. Fans of a little werewolf loving are sure to enjoy FINDING CHRISSTEN.

This is an objective review and not an endorsement of this book.

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