Wolf Rampant Trilogy

(3 customer reviews)


USA Today best-selling author Aimee Easterling’s Wolf Rampant series has racked up over 350 five-star reviews!

Meet Terra Wilder, a shiftless shifter uncomfortable in her own animal skin.

Throw in a healthy helping of Wolfie Young, a bloodling alpha who’s more wolf than man.

Mix with a dash of Terra’s controlling father and Wolfie’s sadistic brother. Then fold in a heaping handful of unconventional outcasts.

The result is a unique werewolf world that has been described as a “good choice for Patricia Briggs fans”.

This box set contains the full text of Shiftless, Pack Princess, and Alpha Ascendant.

3 reviews for Wolf Rampant Trilogy

  1. Tera Comer

    I love the world that the author has created as well as the characters. Terra and Wolfie are so great and the narrator does a great job with them. I love all the characters in this series and I was so glad that the author created spinoffs to this wonderful group of characters.

  2. Tracey Rushton

    This trilogy was great!
    The writer manages to capture the reader and the narrator brings the story to life.
    I love the characters! I loved being part of their ups and downs.
    All in all great characters, brilliant story line, wonderful narration. I’m off to check out some more from this author xxx

  3. Shan MC

    Narrator does a good job. She has a nice tone of voice; a little more emotion in her voice would be good, but it’s still a good listen. Good quality recording too; not my favorite narration, but I’d recommend the audio.

    I’ll write a quick review with all 3 books in mind for this boxset, but I wrote longer, more detailed individual reviews for each book as well for other sites.

    The writing is good, and I liked the series okay. I liked main character Terra; she’s the only POV we get, so I appreciate that she’s likable and stands up for herself. The romance is sweet, and I liked Wolfie. The romance is too tame for me, but they are cute. This whole series is an easy read with low emotional impact, which is fine if you just want a light read. I would’ve preferred more depth, but I liked it. I’m not a huge fan of how this author writes her wolf shifters, and I wish there was more action and less pack politics. Pack politics is fine, but it’s the main thing through all 3 books, so it gets boring. Especially, when the antiquated ideals of the pack hierarchy/politics aren’t being fought against for positive change. Too much going with the status quo, but I appreciate that Terra tries. This whole series is about Terra trying to find her way in the shifter world and with her pack. Overall, I’d say this whole series is a 3.5; book 1 was the best for me.

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