Character Interview & Giveaway (US/Int): Carrie Ann Ryan visits the Redwood Pack triad
Please help me welcome Carrie Ann Ryan with her Redwood Pack characters Hannah, Josh, and Reed!
Carrie Ann took a deep breath as she made her way through the wards of the Redwood Pack, her body still shaking over the magic that had poured through her.
It hadn’t always been like that, no, before she’d been able to go through the wards with relative ease. But now with the addition of Bay’s blood within the Pack, the wards were stronger.
April 3, 2013
Review: Blurred Expectations (Redwood Pack #4.5) by Carrie Ann Ryan
Although a short read, Blurred Expectations gives you a pretty good idea of the relationship dynamic in this unusual pack triad. Ryan has managed to give us a glimpse of life after her characters get their happy ending and shows us that nothing is perfect, even with a Happily Ever After, there are still struggles to surpass. For Redwood Pack followers and newcomers alike, Blurred Expectations is a GraveTells Recommended Read!
February 3, 2013
Review: Trinity Bound (Redwood Pack #3) by Carrie Ann Ryan
This story has a whole lot of heart. Ryan gives us three physically and emotionally damaged people who not only manage to find each other but also make a normally taboo relationship work. No matter the obstacle, these three individuals strive to find a way to make it through the situation while saving the day for everyone. There is just something emotionally stirring about these characters that isn't normally found in menage stories. With love, action and moments destined to make your heart stop, Trinity Bound is a recommended read!
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