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Silver Mine If a tree falls in the forest duck Takhini Wolves Book Life in isolation is the safest place for Chase Johnson a crossbreed who doesn t know which form he ll assume next cougar or wolf Once a yea

  • Title: Silver Mine
  • Author: Vivian Arend
  • ISBN: 9781609288785
  • Page: 431
  • Format: ebook
  • If a tree falls in the forest, duck Takhini Wolves, Book 2 Life in isolation is the safest place for Chase Johnson, a crossbreed who doesn t know which form he ll assume next cougar or wolf Once a year, his unelected position as spokesman for the Yukon outcasts forces him to visit civilization This time he runs across someone unexpected She s not his mate, but she pu If a tree falls in the forest, duck Takhini Wolves, Book 2 Life in isolation is the safest place for Chase Johnson, a crossbreed who doesn t know which form he ll assume next cougar or wolf Once a year, his unelected position as spokesman for the Yukon outcasts forces him to visit civilization This time he runs across someone unexpected She s not his mate, but she pushes all the right buttons.It s taken years for Shelley Bradley to gather the courage to return to her home pack In spite of being the lowest of the low a shifter who can t shift she s determined to make a place for herself as the Whitehorse locals new vet slash doctor.There s definite electricity between her and Chase, but sex with fellow shifters and the inherent mind games got old a long time ago Ignoring him seems best When he shows up at her office with a wound that won t heal, she s stuck yet drawn to solve this medical mystery.As they journey deep into outcast territory in search of answers, their powerful sexual attraction crumbles her resistance But time is of the essence If a cure can t be found before his human and cougar succumb to his injury, he and others like him will die.Warning Contains a silver tongued, hairy chested, lean muscled Alpha who s got what it takes to lead in the wilderness and in the bedroom Yeah, I know not really much of a deterrent, is it Throw in continuing territorial wars and a domestic cat Stir and enjoy the chaos.

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    1. Francesca the Fierce (Under the Covers Book Blog) on said:

      This review was posted at Under the CoversIt's always amazing how much I enjoy Vivian Arend's writing. It flows so smoothly and it's just so enjoyable I can't help but find her stories entertaining. Add in some sexy shifters and I'm in heaven. SILVER MINE follows the same Arend formula but it's not your typical story. The few twists she put to this story are refreshing!First of all there's the hero Chase, who is a crossbreed and can actually shift into a cougar AND a wolf. How cool is that? Mayb [...]

    2. Marisella on said:

      One of the best shifter books/series I've read; Chase is a Metis shifter, with 2 different forms, and Shelley is a wolf who can't shift at all. Together they solve a medical mystery, bring together a motley crew of outcasts, and find their own place. Vivian Arends books always have great timing and dialogue, hot sex and humor.

    3. Lorna on said:

      I read and reviewed the first book in this series, Black Gold, and I enjoyed it so much that I read the second book almost immediately after finishing it. I decided to wait to review it since I didn't want to review them back to back. As with the first book, this takes place in the Yukon. This time around, it goes even further into the wilderness.Shelley is a veterinarian that specializes in shifters, and has moved to the Yukon to start her practice. She's also a wolf, but she can't shift. Chase [...]

    4. Cocktails and Books on said:

      The second installment to the Takhini Pack series, Silver Mine gives us the story of Chase, a crossbreed shifter, and Shelley, a shifter who can't shift. This is an interesting story of two outcasts who can't seem to keep their hands off eachWhat I liked about this story the best was the characters. There's just something about Chase, I wasn't sure what it was at first, I just knew that there was something about this character that set him apart from your average hero. Chase turns out to be a co [...]

    5. Guilty Pleasures Book Reviews on said:

      KcLu's review posted on Guilty Pleasures4.5 StarsSilver Mine is book two in the Takhini Wolves series by Vivian Arend, and she has another winner on her hands. With each book in her shifter series I fall more in love with these wolves. I like learning about the dynamics each different pack. This one centers more on a bush pack then the Takhini pack, but Shelley is the half sister of Caroline. Caroline is the human that hooked up with Evan the pack Alpha in the first book, Black Gold.Shelley isn [...]

    6. Samantha on said:

      One of the aspects I enjoyed most about Silver Mine is that Arend tackles a relationship without the fate-mate connection between characters. This was especially interesting since most of Arend's books set in the Takhini and Granite Lake worlds rely on the fate-mate trope to drive the relationship forward. So it was nice to see Arend tackle a relationship set in this world where the characters didn't have that connection driving them. Arend also takes another step away from her usual fan-fare in [...]

    7. Sunny☼ on said:

      I love everything Arend writes and this is no exception. A shifter that can't shift and a vet.Lily. A loner who shifts to both cougar and wolf and lives in Isolation. Chase.He comes to town for a years worth of supplies and meets the lovely Vet just beginning to set up her new practice. He is already suffering from a toxic shifter injury that will probably kill him. With the help of her mentor, she returns to the wild to find the shifter that caused the injury only to find him already dead. An a [...]

    8. Brenda on said:

      I think this may seriously be my favorite Vivian Arend story to date. I loved the main characters, one an outcast, the other a freak in the shifter world. Intelligent, compassionate people who just don't fit in with a traditional pack find each other, but do to their past experiences they are not searching for a long term relationship, let alone a mate. On the surface it might sound like a common plot in paranormal romance, but it's not. The setting in the Canadian wilderness, the characters and [...]

    9. Javes on said:

      This book is about a shifter who can't shift who comes back to the town that made her feel inadequate to take over a medical practice. Shellye meets a rare shifter, Chase, who has the rare ability to shift into two different animals. Chase also happens to be alpha to a pack of misfits who are dying from some rare infection.With these shifters, mating isn't some biological imperative and they have to actually fall in love and work through their issues, the human way, if they want a chance to be t [...]

    10. Linda on said:

      Shelley, a wolf shifter who can´t shift, gets a new patient when Chase, a Wolf/Cougar, turns up on her clinics doorstep with a wound that won´t heal. Trying to figure out why, leads her on a trail out in the Yukon wilderness, with this loner as her only company. What neither of them anticipated was what was waiting for them out there. Shifter romance, suspense and smutty fluff in a great combo. Listened to the audioversion, and the narrator was great, too.

    11. Julie on said:

      That was one of Vivian's best books so far. Adding more to the tankini world. The Interaction between Evan and Caroline, still gives me hopes that they find a happy ending. Chase and Shelley made a great couple, both willing to compromise, hope Shelley gets her wish of being a wolf, (but I dont think it will happen). And we get to meet "potential" characters for future books.( Frank and Jones)

    12. Darcy on said:

      I really liked that so much of this one dealt with the loners or the weird ones. I liked the couple. I thought it was great when they went into the bush and Shelley won over all the misfits. I'm really glad that Shelley made the choice she did at the end.

    13. Tia on said:

      Definitely not as good as the first novel in my opinion but this one had a different feel and story all together for the most part. I did enjoy it and at times I blushed a bit.

    14. MostlyDelores on said:

      Slow start. Was going to be a two-star, but then it picked up in the second half.

    15. E_bookpushers on said:

      Joint review originally posted here: thebookpushers/2012/09/21/Publisher: SamhainPublish Date: Out nowHow we got this book: ARC from the authorIf a tree falls in the forest, duck…Life in isolation is the safest place for Chase Johnson, a crossbreed who doesn’t know which form he’ll assume next—cougar or wolf. Once a year, his unelected position as spokesman for the Yukon outcasts forces him to visit civilization. This time he runs across someone unexpected. She’s not his mate, but she [...]

    16. Nicole on said:

      Joint review with E originally posted here: thebookpushers/2012/09/21/MinnChica: When you take on of my favorite authors and one of my favorite genres and mix them together, it’s almost always a recipe for success. I love that I can always count on Vivian Arend to deliver not only incredible books, but wonderful tidbits and teases for her fans. When I first heard she was going to be writing longer books set in the wolfie world, I couldn’t wait to see what she came up with, and the Takhini bo [...]

    17. TinaMarie on said:

      Chase is the leader of the outcast shifters, his annual trek to town for supplies and a visit to a shifter vet has him drawn to Shelley. Shelley is a shifter vet, a shifter herself who cannot shift, she has been made to feel an outcast by her pack. Her determination to find a cure for Chase's injuries wears down her defenses. They heal each other. Ok read

    18. Helyce on said:

      Previously posted at smexybooksChase “Silver” Johnson is a shifter with two forms. Able to shift into a wolf and a cougar, he never knows which form he’ll take when he calls on his body to shift. Being unable to control this made him an outcast of sorts and he’s taken to living way out in the bush, far away from civilization, with other shifter outcasts. Chase is the unofficial alpha for all these men and once a year he makes the long trek to civilization to buy a year’s worth of suppl [...]

    19. Book Reading Gals on said:

      Title: Silver MineSeries: Takhini Wolves bk 2Author: Vivian ArendGenre: Paranormal Life in isolation is the safest place for Chase Johnson, a crossbreed who doesn't know which form he'll assume next-cougar or wolf. Once a year, his unelected position as spokesman for the Yukon outcasts forces him to visit civilization. This time he runs across someone unexpected. She's not his mate, but she pushes all the right buttons.It's taken years for Shelley Bradley to gather the courage to return to her h [...]

    20. Tala on said:

      Another great series from Vivian Arend. This is book 2 in the Takhini Wolves series. I have to admit up front I’ve loved everything I’ve read from this author. This is a great Paranormal Romance that is for adults. The sex scenes are steamy and well done, but there is plenty of action. The story is well developed.Chase is a loner and he's convinced he likes it that way because he never knows if he'll shift into a cat or wolf, then he gets hurt and can't heal. He runs into Shelley at her clin [...]

    21. Cruth on said:

      Author: Vivian ArendFirst published: 2012Length: 4155 kindle locationsSetting: Contemporary. Alaskan Wilderness.Sex: explicit, reasonably frequent.Hero: Able to shift either bear or cougar.Heroine: Vet. Can't shift to her wolf. Left Takhini Pride after years of bullying.Includes: Excerpts from Black Gold by Vivian Arend and Archer's Lady by Moira Rogers.Some minor editing issues (eg use of sachet for satchel) mar an otherwise enjoyable shifter romance.I needed a break from the Historical Regenci [...]

    22. Stephanie Collins on said:

      I have to admit… this one took me a bit longer to warm up to. Not that the main pair isn't hot but for some reason I just wasn't as quickly drawn in. I liked them both when I finished this but at first it just didn't call to me.This is an interesting book in that the main pair are both oddities in the shifting world…Chase is a hybrid that is never certain if he will turn in to a cougar or a wolf when he shifts. He's a bit of a loner at the start of this but stands as the Alpha for a rag-tag [...]

    23. A.R. Von on said:

      Vivian Arend is one of the many authors that got me addicted to shifters. I've yet to be disappointed by any of the works I've read by her to this day (I own and have read 18 of her works so far). Silver Mine is an excellent addition to the Takhini Wolves series with another fun loving pair for us to enjoy. I LOVED that character’s from Black Gold (the first book of the series) where involved a great deal in this book. It made me feel all giddy to see Gem again with her silly mate Shaun. Silve [...]

    24. Caitlin on said:

      Vivian Arend did it again with writing another book I couldn’t put down. I am falling in love with the Takhini wolves. In this story both Chase and Shelley are considered outcasts and flawed but to each other they discover they are perfect just the way they are. Shelley is Caroline’s younger sister who has never been able to shift. As a child she was treated horribly by the pack. She escaped to the south and became a vet/shifter doctor. Now she is back on her own terms and won’t be bullied [...]

    25. Carole on said:

      I enjoyed Silver Mine much more than the first book in the series. This book explores the themes of non-traditional families and power/leadership in several ways. For the Heroine Shelley her Dad was wolf shifter and Mom was human. There is a supportive family relationship with her half-sister Caroline who is human, but is very powerful within the Takhini Wolf Pack.Shelley's wolf is latent - she can not shift, so she was bullied when younger by both wolves and humans. Her story looks at her journ [...]

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