Isherwood Pack Book 4
At just twenty, Sawyer Crowne is young for an alpha werewolf, but there’s no doubt that he needs a pack of his own. Which sucks because Sawyer doesn’t want to leave the chosen family he’s found in Isherwood. But when Dragoş Lupescu approaches Sawyer with an offer to be alpha to the wolves holed up in the rundown village of Colkirk, Sawyer sees an opportunity to help them recover from everything they’ve been through.
Though the last ten years surviving under a maniacal alpha were hell, Brody Malloy hasn’t given up hope that he and his packmates can finally live free from oppression and brutality. They might be terrified about asking for an alpha to lead them, but they also know their rights now and won’t be taken advantage of again. Brody believes he and his packmates deserve happy endings; he’s just not sure how to go about getting that without a lot of help.
When Sawyer discovers he has two betas among the wolves in Colkirk, he knows the pack is his. When he finds that Brody is his fated mate, Sawyer is even more determined to see this pack—and the village they live in—restored and thriving. With assistance from a family Sawyer didn’t know he had, he and Brody will rebuild Colkirk and make sure these wolves get every good thing they deserve.
"[...]I laughed, smiled, and sniffled, sometimes all at the same time. I am so sad to see this series end, but I love the way that the author wrapped things up. [The book] had cameos by many of my series favorites, and a lovely epilogue that tied everything together."