Wolves of Willow Bend Book 6: Untamed Wolf

Dylan Royce, Willow Bend Hunter, is a natural flirt and courted his fair share of she-wolves, but he’s never found the woman who makes his pulse race. With the new pack’s borders verging on Willow Bend territory, he’s tasked with keeping an eye on them. His job grows more challenging daily, especially since one seductive female keeps crossing the line.

Chrystal Landros knows she’s supposed to keep to her side of the Three Rivers-Willow Bend line. But she loves to explore, and Willow Bend is home to some spectacular sites. As a former Lone Wolf, she hasn’t always been certain of her welcome, but her new home in Three Rivers opens a wonderful world of unfamiliar opportunities. Too bad the wolf who makes her blood heat is tasked with keeping her away from the places she wants to visit.

While Dylan and Chrystal clash repeatedly over her border incursions, the game between them threatens to turn deadly. Tensions between Willow Bend and Three Rivers continue to rise. Could their forbidden dalliance be the spark to ignite a war?


Carol LaGatta
5.0 out of 5 stars Tense, fun and intriguing
Reviewed in the United States on August 27, 2018 Verified Purchase
Oh Chrystal, you truly stink at staying within borders. The situations you get yourself into, well let's just say you need to be more careful.

Dylan was looking forward to his date and enjoying the snowfall on his route when he scented the wayward wolf. When he finds her in a precarious position he is annoyed and scared for her.

This is not the last time Chrystal crosses borders. The next time in the middle of a blizzard leads to issues with her pack and Willow Bend. But it also leads to rescuing a wolf and her cub and three days alone with Dylan.

Lots of surprises in this one, we see a bit more the mysterious Enforcer Julian and of course Mason. Some hold your breath scenes and some seriously hot ones.

MELINDA G
5.0 out of 5 stars who lives in her own world on the outside of pack life and you have the makings for a good reality check with both characters
Reviewed in the United States on April 24, 2015 Verified Purchase
In this sixth book of the Wolves of Willow Bend, Heather long continues the story of the trials, dreams, and unexpected happenings to this pack. For anyone who is not sure who Dylan is from the previous books he was the wolf that was mysterious but also the "gift to women", lol, so not ready to settle down. Put a wolf up against a female, Chrystal, who lives in her own world on the outside of pack life and you have the makings for a good reality check with both characters.
Please don't get me wrong because Dylan is one of my favorite wolves at Willow Bend, I just like to see when someone gets blindsided out of the blue and tries their best to deny what is happening. With my heart going out to Chrystal and all that she has gone thru and still going thru, it is no wonder that i was sitting on the edge of my seat to see what would happen next between these two and what role Julian has in Chrystals life.
I am already anxiously waiting for the next book in the series. Thank you Heather.

Niki
5.0 out of 5 stars Interesting and entertaining
Reviewed in the United States on December 15, 2019 Verified Purchase
In the previous stories, I kinda didn’t like Dylan. In fact, at the start of this story, I still didn’t like him. One of the coolest things about this book is how I feel like I can see the wolves around Chrystal changing, as she herself is changing. Though this isn’t my first time reading it, I noticed things that I had previously missed, and am looking forward to rereading the others in this series!

Colorado Avid Reader
5.0 out of 5 stars I think you'll really enjoy this book in the series
Reviewed in the United States on May 7, 2017Verified Purchase
What an interesting story. The first for me that involved an Omega. Chrystal is an interesting - even eccentric -- character trying to find herself and get to know her wolf. It isn't easy for her and no one in her pack understands her either. The first to try to do so is Dylan, a Willow Bend Hunter, assigned to patrol the border. Even he misunderstands her confusion and her missteps, but he makes an effort to know her, to know her background. He becomes her protector, her lover, and ultimately her mate, as Chrystal faces the unknown as the Willow Bend Omega.
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Brought to Heel (Wayward Mates Book 1)

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Before he claims his mate, she must be brought to heel.

Skylar Owen is not used to taking orders from anyone and the last thing she wants in her life is an alpha who will demand her submission, but her world is turned upside down after a band of rogue wolves attacks her small, all-female pack. Ordered to disband her pack so that she can be matched with a mate, Skylar defies the Ruling Council, only to be hunted down and captured.

Though he can tell Skylar will be trouble the moment he sets eyes on her, Dylan Grainger knows how to tame a wayward woman, and it isn’t long before the beautiful, feisty redhead is tearfully promising obedience as her bare bottom is soundly spanked. But Dylan quickly realizes that Skylar is much more than just a headstrong female in need of an alpha’s firm-handed correction.

With each passing day, he grows more certain that she is his mate, and he knows that soon he must claim her, mark her, and take her hard and thoroughly. But will she resist her instincts, or will her body’s response to his bold dominance leave her in no doubt that she belongs to him?

AP 5.0 out of 5 stars Strong Series. WolfShifter. HEA Reviewed in the United States on August 2, 2020

D. James has created a strong paranormal wolf shifter series. Male dominated wolves seeking lifemates. It has HEA endings. The author should continue former characters stories in new books. Give reader highlights of the characters HEA.

Amber F. 3.0 out of 5 stars Repetitive but good Reviewed in the United States on June 17, 2020

I found myself pretty frustrated reading this even though I enjoyed it. Many of the reviews state problems with what they called a lack of respect for the women and the sexist attitude of the story. That wasn’t my problem. I have always been a pretty laid back reader who is able to accept the rules and customs of the world in which I am reading about. They are shifters, not humans. Their beliefs and their reality is different and that is fine with me. My main issue was how repetitive it was. The same things are said over and over again by different people and sometimes even the same person. That gets boring really fast. I also thought that the story was quite busy. I wish more time had been focused on Dylan and Skylar, rather than all the glimpses of the other girls and stuff. The other stories are about them so I didn’t need them taking up so much space in this one.

I plan to read the next one to see if things start to flow a little better as the series progresses.