Review of Lure of Oblivion by Suzanne Wright

Gwen Miller did the right thing when she stood up for a shifter who was attacked by humans, but now she’s being harassed by the accused and his family in Lure of Oblivion.When wolf shifter Zander Devlin comes to stay at Gwen’s family’s Bed and Breakfast for the reading of a will, he never imagined he’d stay to protect a human woman. But there’s something about Gwen that he can’t resist. Will Zander be able to keep Gwen safe and will he be able to convince her that they¬†belong together?

This was another great installation to the Mercury Pack series. Gwen is a human, but she’s always been very curious about the wolf packs. She was placed in a foster home after being removed from her abusive home as a child. Zander grew up in a family where his twin brother was treated better than he was. Both of them have serious trust issues, so it’s not hard to imagine that they’d have trouble figuring out how they fit together. This was an enjoyable story and I’m happy with how it turned out in the end.

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