Friday, October 2, 2015

Title: Too Far Gone
Series: Adirondack Pack #1
Author: K.C. Stewart
Rating: 

It’s either the beginning or the end for Sadie James. She came to the small Adirondack town of Andora looking for a fresh start. One that didn’t include the pitying looks of strangers who saw her on the news. Only days into her new life and already she is in trouble. That is, unless the wolf in front of her was salivating at the sight of some other woman in the vast forest around her.

After killing his sister, Tyson searched for oblivion the only way he knew how to. As a wolf he could run from the life he left behind and become the animal he always was. The time between lucidness grows longer each times he surfaces. One day he won’t be able to come back at all. It was the only thing he looked forward to until a lost woman fell at his feet.
Sadie is in danger and she is blind to it. Although, it was never proven, Tyson always believed Jack was behind his sister’s ultimate demise. Now Jack has his sights set on Sadie. Can he fight the pull of the wild or will he let her face the wolves alone?


     

Too Far Gone begins when Sadie moves away from her city life. She is done with the way everything is going, and just wants to get past everything that happened to her. But she didn't expect to find companionship in a lone wolf, and to have another creepy around her either. But that's what happened, now she must do what she can to stay safe even though things are getting a little crazy. 

I liked this book for the most part, but I wish we had got a little bit more out of Sadie an Tyson together. It was cool to see their closeness in a certain way but it just wasn't enough to me. I liked the plot line other than that and most of the characters as well. 

I'm not sure if I will read the second one or not, but this one was a nice enjoyable read! 
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