Wolf’s Capture (Kodiak Point #4) By: Eve Langalis

Wolfs Capture

Wolf’s Capture (Kodiak Point #4) By: Eve Langalis


She might think she’s captured the wolf, but in the end, he’ll take her heart.

Brody is a soldier who misses the excitement of the military and its missions. He retired to work as clan beta in Kodiak Point. Talk about boring, until he’s captured by a foreign enemy.

Him, a prisoner?

Not for long. This wolf will do anything in order to get away–even if it involves seduction.

First step in plotting his escape: pretend interest in a woman. But Layla isn’t just any woman. She’s special.

Not human. Not shifter. He doesn’t know what this exotic lady is other than his.

A prisoner for years, Layla isn’t sure what to make of the enemy who shares a cell with her. He promises her hope, but that would involve trust. Despite her doubts, she can’t help but be drawn to him. Unacceptable which means she does her best to drive him nuts.

Working together, can they escape the clutches of the enemy?

And do they dare fall in love?

Welcome to Kodiak Point, where the wildlife might wear clothes, but animal instinct rules the heart.


I liked Layla, after all she’d been through she still had hope, and a smart mouth. I wish we actually found out more about her. Her background, who her mother was, how she had the abilities that she did.

Brody was a good alpha male, full of himself but not to the point where he made mistakes. Maybe a little bland, but he got the job done.

I liked that we got to see all the other shifters, though not their mates, just the dudes. I’d like to know how their lives are going and I like it when authors bring previous characters back into play.

Only one more book left in the series and I’m excited to find out who the Master is, I have a pretty good guess, but I’m looking forward to seeing him get defeated.



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