Wolf Lost (The Wolves of Kismet #1) by Sam Burns

Wolf Lost
(The Wolves of Kismet #1)
Sam Burns
Cover Design: Natasha Snow
An omega on the run.

An alpha fractured.

Sawyer Holt can’t go home. The Alpha who has replaced his father wants to use him as a tool to cement his political power, and Sawyer isn’t interested in marrying his father’s murderer.

Dez Sullivan’s leg may never heal from his last mission in Afghanistan, but he’s getting used to that. What he can’t adapt to are the nightmares and the tremor in his hand that the doctors insist is all in his head. Next to that, being a brand new werewolf seems easy, until Sawyer Holt blows into his life. The omega activates his burgeoning wolf instincts in a new way, and they threaten to overwhelm his common sense.

Both men are in Colorado searching for a new start, a new pack, and the safety they’ve lost. Their meeting is pure Kismet.


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Wolf Lost by Sam Burns
My rating: 4 of 5 stars

Sawyer is an omega, running from his pack when he passes through Kismet, Colorado. He hides in an empty shop and is surprised when he is confronted by three alphas.

Gavin, Dez and Ash are brothers by bond not blood. All being alphas and close is not the norm.
Gavin and Dez are newly turned and Ash is teaching them what they need to know.

Dez know there is something different about Sawyer but he’s not sure what. Sawyer has the same feelings of uncertainty. But he knows these men will protect him from his old alpha.

This was a different type of shifter story. Three alphas living in the same house with no animosity or posturing. Two of them being taught by the third about how to live as a pack. I like this authors writing a lot. Her characters seem to be always willing to learn what they need to make them better people (shifters).

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Sam Burns wrote her first fantasy epic with her best friend when she was ten. Like almost any epic fiction written by a ten year old, it was awful. She likes to think she’s improved since then, if only because she has better handwriting now.
If she’s not writing, she’s almost certainly either reading or lost down a Wikipedia rabbit hole while pretending to research for a novel.


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