Claiming the shewolfTala Graystone is a very independent wolf. When her brother leaves town she is determined to stay in her hometown of Los Lobos and open her Bed & Breakfast. Yas Collins is returning to his roots, he left Los Lobos a long time ago. When he agrees to work as a handyman for Tala he may have found a She-Wolf that can convince him to stay for good.

I loved Tala’s character; you can’t go wrong with a strong and independent woman. Yas was never really taught about his inner wolf, and he feels he has no control over it. Tala seems determined to push his wolf to it’s limits, and teach him that it’s not a bad thing to let go.

Claiming the She-Wolf was so much fun to read I flew through it. The chemistry sizzles between Tala and Yaz, and they leave you begging for more. I liked watching the relationship grow from physical attraction to something more tangible. This is a series written by some of the talented authors at Decadent Publishing, with this one written by Louisa Bacio.  Black Hills Wolves kept me thoroughly entertained, and I am ready for more!




When her older brother leaves the Black Hills to go to college, Tala Graystone stays behind, determined to restore their dilapidated home into a B&B for the pack. As more people return to the area, the need for temporary housing increases. Now, if only she can find someone to help with the heavy lifting.


Yas Collins fled Los Lobos as a child with his mother. As he struggles with his wolf and overpowering shifts, a desire for nature and the forest strikes hard. Black Hills, South Dakota, beckons him. With a background in construction, he easily finds work at Tala’s dilapidated B&B, but not everyone in town greets him with open arms.


As the remodel gets underway, Tala and Yas fight their growing attraction. Yas doesn’t trust his wolf urges around beautiful B&B owner. The she-wolf, however, has other plans.


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