The Wolf and the Butterfly
by Kerry Adrienne
*Copy received courtesy of NetGalley in exchange for an honest review*
Synopsis: Nika, the pack’s newest scout, wants nothing more than to please his Alpha. When he discovers a beautiful, and very sick, stranger in the woods outside Los Lobos, he finds himself torn between his duty and his hormones. The stranger carries a deadly wolf virus—one that hasn’t been seen in the Black Hills in ages.
Kimi, a Lakota Sioux, is dying. She’s transported herself forward in time, hoping to find the cure to the illness that’s stricken her tribe. Her only chance for survival is to trust Nika, even if she’s not used to having help.
To find the cure and save the pack, Nika and Kimi must travel to a time long ago—before the Lakota populated the Black Hills—a time filled with dangers neither can imagine. Their growing attraction may save them, or kill them both
My Review: Romance paranormal books is one of my favorite genre books; however, this book disappointed me because it doesn’t contain a lot of smut. There are some cute scenes, but not hot steamy enough for me. The connection between Kimi and Nika was awkward but both of them know deep down that they are the one for each other which is known as an “imprinting” which is pretty much common in paranormal world just like The Twilight Saga. It is a good book, but it is not a good “romance” book. There is one thing about this book that I like: unpredictable.