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Wolf Tracker

Wolf Tracker Strong independent Tami was a survivalist and mountain guide in when she was flung forward fifty years into a post apocalyptic future where women are worth their weight in gold She is taken by f

  • Title: Wolf Tracker
  • Author: Maddy Barone
  • ISBN: 9781595788757
  • Page: 372
  • Format: ebook
  • Strong, independent Tami was a survivalist and mountain guide in 2014 when she was flung forward fifty years into a post apocalyptic future where women are worth their weight in gold She is taken by four men to be their wife, but when she escapes from them they hire the Tracker, a deadly loner from the Wolf Clan with a reputation for being able to track anything, to bringStrong, independent Tami was a survivalist and mountain guide in 2014 when she was flung forward fifty years into a post apocalyptic future where women are worth their weight in gold She is taken by four men to be their wife, but when she escapes from them they hire the Tracker, a deadly loner from the Wolf Clan with a reputation for being able to track anything, to bring her back But Tami knows how to ride and how to hide, and she leads him on a chase that rouses his admiration Behind Tracker s stone cold face is a man who yearns for a wife of his own When he catches up with Tami and learns that she is not a willing wife, he knows he can t give her up.

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    1. Rachel the Book Harlot on said:

      Brief Book Description:The story begins in a post-apocalyptic United States in the year 2064. Tami Casper is thrust 50 years into the future after the passenger plane she is on crash lands in rural Nebraska. Unaware that they are no longer in the year 2014, she and another surviving passenger volunteer to get help for the remaining survivors. Along the way, Tami is captured, held captive and forced to “marry” her captors. Suffering horrific abuse at the hands of her “husbands”, she final [...]

    2. SheLove2Read on said:

      This was a much darker but more heartfelt story than the previous two entries. I loved and adored the heroine Tami. She was a strong and SMART woman and I think her story was told with compassion but also with passion. She endured in a very short time what might have broken another woman yet had the strength and presence of mind to do what had to be done. Tracker was so perfect for her and with her. His quiet strength was touching. One particular scene, in the woods when he was tracking her, rea [...]

    3. Literary Ames Against GR Censorship on said:

      Incredibly sweet and sensitive story involving the traumatised Tami escaping a horrific situation, pursued by Tracker who was hired by her rapists to find and return her to them but upon discovering the truth protects and defends her instead of delivering her back to them.Proper review to comeA: I've just read a deleted scene part of which is hilariously referred to in the book.

    4. Angie on said:

      I enjoyed Wolf Tracker much better than Wolf's Glory! In this world, women are either worshiped or abused. Unfortunately, for Tami, she's been a victim of the latter. After going to find help for the survivors of the plane crash, she and her partner were captured by a group of men, then sold off to multiple husbands. Thankfully, Tami was able to escape, but now Dan has been hired to bring her back. She manages to avoid him for days, but once he catches up to her and realizes she's been mistreate [...]

    5. GCB-LovesGoodBooks on said:

      4 Chocolate KissesI find myself reading books much more slowly these days. Savoring them. And I like a book that can sustain me, give me a great reading experience each time I pick it up and does not make me have to gobble it up in one sitting. It may be a matter of self control of course, but I also think that the page turner can be exhausting and sometimes a leisurely journey can be very satisfying as well. Wolf Tracker by Maddy Barone is perfect like that. Similar to the main male character, [...]

    6. Claudia on said:

      A different story and subject. For some survivors things didn't go that well. The heroine was found, sold and shared by 4 "husbands", well to be more accurate, 3. With a much darker approach to the story, Maddy Barone dived head on to the world of rape and she handled it well. There were no descriptions or details. Only few memories that helped understand Tami better. I really liked her strong character and will to escape and survive. Tracker had to work hard to find her and get her to accept hi [...]

    7. Cheryl Mcknight on said:

      This is Tracker and Tami's story . Tami is a strong woman whom can take care of herself in the wild . She is able to make poor Tracker hunt for her and yes she does lose him for a while ! But the strong wolf is not about to give up once he caught her scent . For me Wolf Tracker was a good story ! Instead of the usual this one started out gripping your emotions and kept you turning the pages !

    8. Malinda on said:

      4 starsThis was a very good story. I really liked Tami and Tracker and enjoyed how their story came together.Tami was a wilderness survival guide before she takes a flight that takes off in 2014 and crash lands in 2064. The survivors don't realize that they've been transported in to the future and a post-apocalyptic version of their world. Not realizing the danger, Tami and another woman head out looking for help and are captured by men that sell them to other men. 4 of these men take Tami and t [...]

    9. Merq on said:

      50 years from now the world has changed into worse; it`s like a wild wild west without any luxuries. Women are rare (at least that is what the book is telling me all the time even though half of the characters are women) and men are desperate for finding a wife. And there are werewolves.Ok then. This was disappointment. I guess this story was mostly okay. Quite nice. Something like that.But it was not anything more for me. I forgave many things because I made a mistake and started to read this t [...]

    10. April on said:

      Book three in the series takes a darker turn, this heroine did not have a good experience leaving the plane to seek help. This is not a book for somebody with triggers to read, it isn't detailed but there is enough to cause concern. It is all key to the events of the book and true to the story.Tami is a strong woman who has a serious will to survive. You can not help but admire her while she struggles to stay free in the beginning of the book. I really liked that Ms Barone did not skip over the [...]

    11. Teresa on said:

      *4.5 stars*This is the third book in the After the Crash series. I loved them all, all for different reasons. The reason here is Tracker. He's a quiet sort of guy, maybe a little shy. His dialogue tends to be brief because he's not a talker. He's a doer. Unlike the other heroes in this series he's not a virgin but he might as well be. He loves Tami. He doesn't make wild declarations, but he shows it in how he acts. There's one scene where Tracker almost catches Tami. She's hiding in the bushes a [...]

    12. Laurie on said:

      Battered, exhausted, and frightened, Tami has just escaped from four delusional men all claiming to be her husband. She survived a plane crash only to discover that her world, as she knew it, is gone. Quiet and deadly, Tracker just accepted a commission to find Tami. The distraught husband explains that his new, beloved wife has been kidnapped – spirited away by marauders. Tracker takes the generous payment and sets out on a rescue mission.Tami is well-trained. Before the plane crash, she taug [...]

    13. Tammy on said:

      I sort of tripped over Maddy Barone's "After the Crash, 3.5" Book. After finishing that one I had to look up the rest! I'm not typically a romance fan and have a prejudice against supernatural romance, but these books were excellent even with my bias!Wolf Tracker was my favorite because not only was the story telling superb -as usual- but a number of cliche's were broken to make for a story that went above and beyond. I love that the couple isn't a pair of models begging for a scout but a couple [...]

    14. Jacqueline on said:

      I enjoyed this 3rd installment of the After the Crash series. I liked Tami, the heroine. She was strong and knowledgeable. The hero, Tracker, was a good character too. The author is doing a good job differentiating all of the heroes and heroines in this series. Everyone is distinct with their own personalities and motivations.The least appealing aspect of this volume was actually some of the secondary characters. Several of the women are acting like jerks to the men to the level of not even bein [...]

    15. Cheesecake on said:

      I really like this author's stories. The characters are more like regular people (well except for the werewolves of course, ha-ha). No insta-love on the part of the women, but a slow development of feelings, without stupid misunderstandings that last half a novel and strain the limit of my patience, like half the books out there. Gotta say too, there is not much sexier than a big strong man with braids. Call my crazy but that just turns my crank ; )

    16. Patti TheLoveJunkee on said:

      This series has grown on me. Still a bit of disbelief but the stories are interesting and I've grown to really like the characters and want to know their stories.

    17. Edana Duff on said:

      Enjoyed this book, but would like to know if Tami ever gets to see her ranch that she left in 2014.

    18. Sheri on said:

      Not a thing to complain about! I'm not sure if I'm sad about that. I didn't notice much in the way of editing errors, the characters fit in so well, and they're all page turners so far.

    19. Cheryl on said:

      I had aleady read this book but I just listened to audio and it was very good

    20. Gayle on said:

      Love this one Maddy! Your character development has progressed by leaps and bounds. Very much enjoyed the book. Starting the next one.n't wait for Eddy. :)

    21. Vic on said:

      Liked the world building enough to try this one. Still short story and fairly thin. Really enjoyed Tracker and Tami.

    22. Anino on said:

      I loved this book & I'm looking forward to reading the entire series

    23. Summer on said:

      I loved the world the author created in this book. I didn't realize this was book #3 so I am going to go get the first two and read them. I look forward to more in this series.

    24. Tasha on said:

      Finally done with the series, the first book i read of this series was the last book hehe. But i loved this one just like the others

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