Wolf Rampant Trilogy (Shiftless\ Pack Princess\ Alpha Ascendant)

Wolf Rampant Trilogy (Shiftless\ Pack Princess\ Alpha Ascendant)

by Aimee Easterling

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USA Today bestselling author Aimee Easterling's Wolf Rampant series has racked up over 500 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.

Product Details

BN ID: 2940158221125
Publisher: Wetknee Books
Publication date: 06/08/2016
Series: Wolf Rampant Series
Sold by: Barnes & Noble
Format: NOOK Book
Sales rank: 7,497
File size: 568 KB

About the Author

Aimee Easterling is a USA Today Bestselling author writing on the boundary between urban fantasy and paranormal romance. She specializes in spunky shifters and invites you to dive into her werewolf world in the Wolf Rampant trilogy, the spinoff Bloodling serial, and the new Alpha Underground series.

Studying biology and working as a naturalist have both informed Aimee’s writing, but she’s quite willing to let reality slide in favor of a good story. When not writing, she loves to read and always keeps books by Robin McKinley, Patricia Briggs, and Elizabeth Peters on her shelf.

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Wolf Rampant Trilogy 4.5 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 26 reviews.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Couldn't put the books down and read straight through. Intriging characters and lots of action.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
I enjoyed the stories. Just bought the next set of books.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
This box set tells the story of Terra and Wolfie and their pack(s).It includes Shiftless, Pack Princess, and Alpha Ascendant. I reviewed Shiftless when I read it as a separate book so I will start with book 2. Pack Princess continues Terra's story as she tries to repair the damages her father did to her birth pack at Haven.Wolfie has taken the younger wolves and gone back to his pack territory to give her a chance to establish herself as the alpha of her pack. Terra's father makes an unusual human appearance and knocks her down a peg or two. He reminds her that the All-Pack meeting is coming up and the pack is going to be torn apart without allies. He also forbids her to contact Wolfie. If this wasn't enough trouble, a pregnant wolf shows up carrying a bloodling that belongs to Wolfie's alpha brother Justin. He has apparently discarded wife and child and Terra has to find a way to save them both since bloodling births usually result in the death of one or both. Treachery, destruction, death, birth and love will follow. Join Terra and Wolfie as they attempt to save their packs. Alpha Ascendant starts with Terra and Wolfie trying to hold their joined packs together as co-alphas. Terra is worried that Wolfie's strong alpha persona will overpower her voice and will. They have taken the bloodling daughter of Wolfie's brother to raise. When Justin gets the powerful Tribunal involved in an attempt to take Ember away from them important decisions must be made. Find out what happens to Terra, Wolfie, Ember, and the rest of the pack.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
As I cleaned my house lately all I wanted to do was continue reading this book. LOVED EVERY PAGE I TURNED.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
I read Shiftless first and couldn't wait to read more so I bought the trilogy. This trilogy was a fun Werewolf Shifter novel. Makes me wish I was born into a shifter world. Aimee Easterling rocks. Can't wait to read more.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
An exceptional story, very good character building and great world. I absolutely loved every page.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Great character development and a great story. I couldn’t stop reading it. In fact it is 3am and I can go to sleep now that I’m finished. I read this trilogy in less than 24hours.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Good story and good characters
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
I loved these books! I do wish they were longer though. I finished them in about 2-3 days along with some other books I was reading. Other than they were really short, I enjoyed these books very much and hope that more people will discover them and enjoy them as much as I did if not more.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
This talented writer,sweeps you into a tale of intrigue with all the twists and turns that keep you entertained to the very end. You won't want to miss this trilogy boxset. Captivating. L.M.A.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
I really wanted to like this series. Really really really. Unfortunately the character growth and progression were awkward and unrealistic, while the story arc needed to be cleaned up and streamlined a lot. Has potential but needed a few more rounds of editing.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Strong characters love and werewolfes! BrynnS
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
GREAT story. GREAT ending.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Read first story and had to buy rest if series.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
How nice it was to have a series like this where the story and not the sex is paramount. It's sexy in the loving and adventurous in the story.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Good storytelling and great chacters
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
I enjoyed all of the bloodling books, and am glad B&B gave me a chance to try them for free.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Just what I needed a fresh new juicy werewolf series to get my mind off real life. Only thing I would change is maybe making it longer but I'm off to the next series can't wait to start it since it's a spin off from this one. Thanks for being a great author!!
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
This trilogy has a quite mature theme, and yet doesn't rely on "adult" scenes to make a point. This has been an entertaining read during a time of enforced bed-rest when I would have been pulling out my hair with sheer boredom. I wish some characters had been more fully built up. There is room for further building oni the people I met in further books. I look forward to those stories.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Really pull for wolfie and the pack as it changes.
avidreaderGC10 More than 1 year ago
great trilogy! Terrace had to learn how to get in touch with her wolf, be an alpha, and trust her mate. All this while dealing with all the difficulties that arise. this set also sets the stage for the next book. "Half Wolf
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Great reading. Had to be read in order the books were written to understand story line. Thoroughly enjoyed!
Gingkage More than 1 year ago
I wanted to like these books, I truly did. But I couldn't finish the trilogy, stopping at only the beginning of book 2. I wouldn't say these are BAD books, at least from a technical standpoint. The writing is at least solid, and the characters aren't terrible. Perhaps a tad flat, but not terrible. My issues come from two factors, if the first book and the beginning of the second are anything to judge by: These books read like a younger teenager trying to write an adult book. 'Wolfie' could be accepted as a nickname, a silly but affectionate holdover from his childhood, though it is jarring to see when everyone calls him that. But with 'halfie' being used to describe half-human/half-werewolf characters, my impression of a younger person trying to write for adults was only strengthened. The character introduction in book two drove that impression home, as it read like something I would see on sites such as fanfiction.net, not in a published book. My second main issue is the resolution of the first book (spoilers follow though I will try to be as vague as possible). The main character, Terra, went from struggling with her wolf to suddenly being completely harmonious with it within the span of paragraphs. Yes, it's implied that she and Wolfie work on that bond, but it's never shown, and what we see is work that doesn't come to fruition. And yet suddenly those problems are simply... resolved. And with that sudden resolution, she is suddenly awakened to being more important than she had ever known and literally no one questions this, which reads as very poor writing. I enjoy werewolf stories, and did legitimately want to enjoy these. But the seemingly juvenile writing style, jarring horribly with the attempts to be a more mature story and the large problems I have with how book one ended does not make me want to continue this series. It is, in my opinion, not remotely worthy of the comparison to Patricia Briggs's stories.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
A good read, fun and quick- I felt like the storytelling was awkward to start but once I got through the first couple chapters it really took off.
perkypuppy More than 1 year ago
hard to put down good story telling