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Publisher's Summary

Finding gold where you least expect it... Lone wolf and Special Investigator for the ubiquitous Eugene Begley, Challenger McCall is sent to the town of Gold Gulch to take care of a problem that might involve the exposure of the wolver community. For McCall, it's like stepping back in time - 150 years back in time. Gold Gulch is a tourist attraction where the wolvers take their work so seriously, they continue their Victorian lives long after the tourists have gone home. Much like their 19th century counterparts, the women are overworked and underpaid. Rachel Kincaid is one such woman. Exercising the only power she holds, she has become a wolver oddity; a spinster who refuses to mate. Why would she, when she already has to take care of the short-staffed hotel, its restaurant, and her ne'er-do-well father? Angry and bitter, Rachel decides she deserves a better hand than the one she's been dealt and finds herself drawn to the handsome new sheriff, Challenger McCall. Why shouldn't she, for once in her life, enjoy the same freedom as the Soiled Doves on the hill? Things get complicated when Rachel's wolf awakens after a long sleep and the town's women seem to awaken along with it. Papa's gambling debts leave them on the brink; the pack is at risk; and the women rebel. Oh, and don't forget the murders. If ever a pack needed rescuing, Gold Gulch is it, but as the girls up at Daisy's Bouquet point out - A smart woman needs to look after herself!
©2014 Jacqueline Rhoades (P)2015 Jacqueline Rhoades
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5 out of 5 stars
By Leslie on 01-14-16

Leah Fredrick needs to learn how to say "WOLF"

You would think after the bad reviews in the earlier books about her mispronunciation of the word WOLF, which is such a prominent word in the book, Leah Frederick would try better in consecutive books. NOPE. She still says "WOOF" and "WOOFERS" in place of "WOLF" and "WOLVERS" I ended up yelling at the book several times, and tried really hard to not hate the book because of the narrator. I would suggest reading the book instead of listening to her narrate.

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5 out of 5 stars
By Cyn on 09-26-15

Love this series

What did you love best about Wolver's Gold?

The humor and the wonderful characters

What was one of the most memorable moments of Wolver's Gold?

when the women took their town back

Which character – as performed by Leah Frederick – was your favorite?

Challenger McCall
I loved his humor and his picking ways but always a gentleman as he makes sure pack comes first

Was this a book you wanted to listen to all in one sitting?

YES

Any additional comments?

I have to say I am so hooked on this series, each book is just as good or better than the last. I love this authors writing style and her imagination. The characters give so much not only to each other but to us the readers as they take us on a wonderful journey into their pack as they go through their every day lives and trials to be the best pack they can be. As you find in this pack not everyone is for the pack and what is best. Rules are broken women are cut to the bone as they are little more than slaves. It takes one man coming to a small town turning it on it's ear to stir things up and hopefully get it back to the way things should have been done to start with. The author gives you a wonderful story which includes heartbreak, death, hurt and pain as she bring the characters to their true meaning and gives them hope for a better life.

Come take a step back in time as you read about things you would have seen many hundreds of years ago. It seems that Gold Gulch needs to move up to more modern times. This town is a tourist attraction that keep the Victorian lifestyle alive only they never get out of it even when the tourist go home. These wolvers want to keep their women out of the loop making them believe they cannot think for themselves. Women can't own property and have little or no money. The men of the pack control everything keeping the little women busy cleaning and cooking why the man live it up.

Rachel has had enough she will not let any man control her. She doesn't every plan on finding a mate, she likes her life just the way it is. Well not just like it is but the best she can have it that is until the sheriff comes to town and makes her heart beat a little faster. She starts thinking things she shouldn't as her wolf comes out to play.

You know whatever Eugene Begley, has his hand into there is going to be some tempters rise and some hearts beating to their own beat. He has a way of matching wolvers up and I do believe he gets a kick out of setting back watching the sparks fly.

Challenger is sent to this small town to find out what the problem is. Things just aren't adding up as the birth rate is down and no one seems to every smile. The women are old before their time and the town doesn't seem to be making much money. Challenger has his hands full not only with the town and their people but finding out what is going on and putting it right. Not to mention Rachel who he can't help but make that red hair tempter glow.

What the author brings to the table is one well told story full of humor, sparks, passion, danger and lot of tempters flying. Ms. Rhoades gave me a tale of a wonderful story that I have come to expect from her writing. Before you are through you yourself will believe in wolvers, packs and honor as the woman rebel and raise some tempters as they bring the bad wolvers down and get their town back. I love the characters some are just busy bodies why others just keep you laughing. The author brings the reader passionate love scenes as she keeps you guessing what will happen next. I can't wait for the next one it looks to be as good as this one. You really should give this author a try I am sure you will love her wolvers as much as I do.

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4 out of 5 stars
By L. Girl on 09-04-15

better read than listen

Would you listen to Wolver's Gold again? Why?

No would definately not listen again the narrator cannot say wolf! She insists on saying woof and as the book is about wolves its a constant distraction! I can't understand how the editor or director did not correct this at the time of recording!

What didn’t you like about Leah Frederick’s performance?

The fact that she cannot say WOLF

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5 out of 5 stars
By Mrs. Hazelann Alexander on 07-01-15

Only complaint

I loved the story but the story teller ' pronunciation of wolf sounds like she is saying woof, very irritating (sorry)

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