Review – Echo Falls by Jaime McDougall

Echo FallsBlurb
Running from a nightmare stalking her every move, Phoebe Martin arrives in Echo Falls hoping she has finally found a safe place to stop. But trouble has a way of catching up and soon the signs are there.

After a vicious attack in an alley, policeman Aidan O’Bryan is left with Phoebe as his only path to understanding why the Echo Falls werewolf pack – his pack – is being attacked. When another pack member is killed, Phoebe is forced to confront her past before she loses Aidan and everything she has come to love.

Love and duty become one as Aidan strives to prevent Phoebe from becoming the next victim. But with Phoebe just as determined to protect Aidan and her new home, secrets from her past threaten to tear them apart.

Will love give Phoebe the strength to trust Aidan and face her fears, or will her past destroy her future?

Thoughts
For some reason I thought this book was YA and put off reading it for a little bit. I am so glad I tried it out and found out it wasn’t. I really liked this series and the world the author built. I love when a series introduces a new world.

Phoebe is on the run. She finally finds somewhere she feels safe, Echo Falls. Just when she was starting to let people in, she realize her stalker has followed her yet again. Aiden won’t let her push him away though. She’s his mate.

Aiden is the Alpha of the pack in Echo Falls. When he meets Phoebe, he’s actually saving her from a vicious attack by a werewolf. Once he figures out she was already a werewolf and he didn’t have to worry about her knowing their secret, he started to pursue her for things other than the police investigation.

The whole stalker tale was very well thought and written perfectly. I love how the author kept you in suspense until the end. Now I can’t wait for the next book. I only wish I knew when it comes out. Fading Echoes is the second book in the Echo Falls series and I hope it’s coming out soon!

Rating: 4 stars
Reviewed by Slinky

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