COLBY AND THE LITTLE WOLF by Stephani Hecht
Colby and the Little Wolf by Stephani Hecht
The Lost Shifters series, Book 17
Reviewed by Lisa
In any other pack Tobias would be considered an omega because he’s a runt, the lowest of the low. But, because he’s the younger brother of the Alpha no one argues when Russell names Tobias the pack’s beta. And, if being a runt isn’t bad enough in the shifter world Tobias also suffers from severe asthma attacks.
Growing up, Colby’s adoptive family lost interest in him when he failed to grow big and strong. Finding out he was in fact a lion shifter was difficult to accept until the day he was poisoned and trapped in his feline form. Colby was subsequently rescued by his older brother Thomas and members of the Feline Coalition and brought to their HQ. It’s been months yet Colby is still having difficulty acclimating to his new life and family.
The only really good memory the two have is the kiss they shared at the Christmas Party. A Raven attack gives Tobias the excuse to seek Colby out at the Feline Coalition HQ. Never were two shifters more meant to be together, yet their older brothers will forbid a relationship. As for Colby and Tobias, understanding their reasons and agreeing with them are two very different things. Don’t runts deserve love like everyone else?
Colby and the Little Wolf proves the meek and mild come out on top when unfairly confronted. Witty dialogue, emotional family drama and a large dash of excitement keep the plotline briskly moving forward. Only the overlooked grammatical mistakes slow down an otherwise entertaining storyline. Fans of this series will love another visit and new readers can’t help wanting more. Returning to the world of the Lost Shifters is always a pleasure. Colby and the Little Wolf score big!