Review: The Lone Wolf’s Wish – Lisa Kessler

The Lone Wolf's Wish Book Cover The Lone Wolf's Wish
Sedona Pack
Lisa Kessler
Paranormal Romance
Lisa's Lair
January 4, 2019

Shane Dodd has lost everything, his Pack, his home, and hope. His only wish this Christmas is to live long enough to exact revenge on the Nero assassin he believes killed his Pack. But when he steps between a bullet and Piper Holland everything changes. The woman dressed as one of Santa's elves is his mate, and she ignites a flame in his heart. But hope and love are dangerous wishes for a lone wolf.

Previously featured in the Fangs Fur & Fa La La boxed set

Reviewed by: Linda Tonis

Member of the Paranormal Romance Review Team

Although I wished this book was longer since shifter books are my favorite I was not disappointed, I rarely am when it comes to Lisa Kessler’s stories.

The Nero Organization was destroyed two years ago leaving their trained jaguar assassins looking for a new place to live and they settled on the Sedona Pack territory leaving only one pack member alive. Shane Dodd wanted to stay and help fight but his alpha forced him to leave to carry on the bloodline and he had no choice but to go. Now with his entire pack and family gone the only thing keeping him alive is the thought of revenge.

Vance Park was the deadliest Nero assassin and Shane has found him but someone from his past got in the way. Piper Holland Shane’s high school sweetheart showed up just as Shane was about to take Vance down but another assassin had his gun aimed at Piper and in wolf form Shane got in the middle saving her. Now a veterinarian Piper with help from Vance gets the wolf back to the clinic where she sews him up but when she returned to see how he was doing she came face to face with a very naked Shane Dodd the love of her life.

I won’t go into any detail about the relationship between Shane and Piper but I will say that there were a whole lot of surprises. Whether Shane and Piper get back together and whether or not Shane gets his revenge I leave up to you to discover you won’t be sorry you did.


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