SOLDIER OF FORTUNE’S DOWNFALL by Charlie Richards

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SOLDIER OF FORTUNE’S DOWNFALL by Charlie RichardsSoldier of Fortune's Downfall by Charlie Richards
Series: Wolves of Stone Ridge #18
Published by eXtasy Books Genres: Gay, Paranormal
Reviewed by Lisa

Sent to gather information on the shifter population in Stone Ridge, Colorado, ex-military man Bailey ‘Raven’ Blackraven momentarily slipped up and was captured by the pack he was spying on.  After months of captivity Raven has all the answers he needs.  The scientist who hired him years ago, Sampson Marlow lied to him.  Shifters aren’t mindless, vicious creatures in animal form. 

When Raven escapes he heads to one of Sampson’s many installations to tell the scientist to his face that he quits.  Intent on leaving for good he walks past an arctic fox shifter pumped full of experimental drugs whose very essence calls to Raven.  He can’t let them destroy his little fox.  Raven’s only option is to swallow his pride and ask the pack at Stone Ridge for help.  Surely they won’t let his mate die for spite?

Emotions and testosterone runs high in Soldier of Fortune’s Downfall as love comes calling to the most unlikely of mates.  Another original plot in the successful Wolves of Stone Ridge series where the tables are turned, this time the human saves his shifter mate.  Raven is a complex man, hardened by life experiences and jaded by the outcome.  Soldier of Fortune’s Downfall showcases a fresh storyline with intriguing characters and a satisfying ending.

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