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Top Customer Reviews
Enter Tyson; now the quintessential lone wolf following the death of his sister at his own hand. He’s trying to outrun the weight of decisions made by turning to the other half of his soul; his wolf.
So what’s a gal to do when she finds herself in a life or death situation?! Well, you’ll have to read it to find out as I don’t want to ruin the journey for you!!
I thoroughly enjoyed this shifter book; especially the way it was told in dual POVs even when Tyson was in wolf form. I loved hearing his thoughts and experienced a few LOL moments with his dry wit and observations.
It also really touched at my emotions as Sadie doesn’t realise the impact she is having on Tyson or the ‘healing’ her presence is having on his psyche:
“His world ended and began anew with that simple gesture.”
Yet, the same can be said for the effect of Tyson on Sadie:
“He came for her. He saved her.”
What really summed up the feeling of this book for me was at the end when Tyson simply states:
“I love you because I am the best version of myself when you are near me.”
All in all, I couldn’t recommend this book enough and look forward to reading more by this author. I can’t wait to find out more about the pack in the upcoming stories to see what they have to say!
The only reason I couldn’t give it the full 5 stars was due to some typos which detracted from the moment when I was reading but don’t let that put you off!
Note: Copy of book received from author in exchange for an honest review.
This book starts off brilliantly. it has a great opening scene with drama and potential danger, but with a main character who's thoughts are completely out of place -but yet an accurate portrayal of how some people's brain can distract itself in highly emotional situations. Like when you're about to give a talk and suddenly remember that joke you were told last week, or you're about to get eaten by a wolf and you begin to wonder if he flosses.
I was a bit confused to begin with as I read the sections from Jacks POV, I just couldn't quite grasp what was happening in the pack side of the story. I also didn't like the huge jump in time which happens in part two, which takes us back to almost the beginning so that we can see the action so far from a new POV. I wanted a more flowing story, although I guess it did build up suspense as we wait to read the ending of the previous dramatic scene.
Apart from these two aspects, I really enjoyed this book. It was fascinating to Sadie's story as she begins to settle into her new town, makes some new friends, and how she deals with her PTSD. It also has a lovely ending but I need just a wee bit more, so I am off to check out the sequel novella
I am giving it 5 stars as it convinced me to actually purchase all the books in the series after I read the one enclosed in this (Year of the Wolves Vol 2) box set!
I enjoyed all the different characters and their storylines. The writing varied from being written 1st person from the character’s viewpoint to the more generic 3rd person.
There is underlying story of conflict between werewolves who want to live as humans live within a human environment/town, whilst maintaining their ‘wolfiness’ as a hidden but group life; and those – the Canidae – who want to be more wolf and less human. Going back to their Nordic roots in behaviour. – See Fenrir and Norse mythology.
Too Far Gone by KC Stewart explains the Sadie and Tyson romance story and how she brings him back to humanity from his feral edge. 4
Adirondack Pack Series
Author: K.C. Stewart
Reviewed: Stephanie Jordan
To Far Gone was fantastic book I loved everything about it. I believe that the series is going to be phenomenal. I think that Ms. Stewart hit almost every emotional characteristic there is like: Stalking, Attempted Rape, Fear, Survival, Humor, Adventure, Betrayal, Jealousy, Mentally Illness, Blood Shed and last but not least Love. YES, I would say that all the bases are covered.
Sadie James left everyone behind, she took here belongings and left. Sadie had to go, leaving her mom and sister behind was hard but a necessary evil. Sadie needed to heal
and she was going to in her own way. But there were triggers she was living with and had to get around them. New town, new job,
new house. And a lot of baking when she was worried or stressed she baked and baked and baked.
Tyson Cartwright has been wondering around in his wolf form letting his wolf take over for over a year now ever since he had to kill his sister. Tyson was the enforcer for his pack, his sister, Jenny broke the rules so by pack law Tyson had to enforce the law. Afterwards he couldn't live with what he did so his wolf took over. Than he met the human, Sadie who smoothed his soul, he had the same effect on Sadie. Thinking Tyson was a friendly wolf who protected her from another wolf making her feel safe, she named him Fred. This is a must read series believe me you won't regret it. I was gifted this ARC for an honest and truthful review.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
This was a lovely written short story about two broken people needing each other, it was very sweet. A good read. ♥♥♥Published 4 months ago by BOOKWORM1304
I had to read this in one sitting, it was very well written and the story just kept me wanting to know what came next. Looking forward to getting stuck into the next in the series.Published 11 months ago by Sprouty
First book i've read by this author and it won't be the last. Well written although in some parts a bit slow but i loved Tyson and Sadie.Published 17 months ago by anne richardson
TOO FAR GONE is the first book I have read from author K.C. Stewart. I liked the story and the characters in the book. Read morePublished 19 months ago by CRAZY4PEANUTBUTTER
Sadie has come to the small town of Andora to star a new life. She still suffers from PTSD after killing a man who was stalking her. Read morePublished 19 months ago by petula winmill
***THIS BOOK WAS GIVEN TO ME IN EXCHANGE FOR AN HONEST REVIEW***
Good story, strong characters. I like that this is a companion series where each book has an ending. Read more
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