They are the Arctic Brotherhood.
They are deadly fighters, fierce protectors and loyal mates.
Elliott Wilder is a mild mannered Alaskan college professor. Wilder craves the things most people find boring. Seclusion. Monotony. Anonymity. But what Wilder craves most of all is the thing he can’t have… memory loss. Four hundred years ago, Wilder and the other members of the Arctic Brotherhood were captured and tortured by the leader of the Siberian werewolves. Wilder is still haunted by memories of that night, when he wasn’t able to protect his leader.
Now the Siberian wolf is on the loose and seeking revenge. Not only must Wilder lead the brotherhood, he must fight the attraction he feels toward its newest recruit, Jenny Piper. Jenny offers Wilder a glimpse of the life he can’t have. As the brotherhood races against time to save humanity from the horror their enemies unleashed on the world, Wilder must reach inside himself to find the leader the brotherhood needs and the mate Jenny craves.
This was a nice surprise! I loved the different take on the lore for the different werewolf packs but especially loved the Artic wolves and their need for the midnight sun. It was nice to read a different paranormal romance where the cold and snow played such a big part of the story. I loved the change and could imagine them mushing on dog sleds through the artic. This particular incorporation of the Norse legends into the werewolf origins was something I hadn’t read before. I had a great time following along as the mystery unfoled. The brotherhood was interesting and I liked the dynamics between the members. I loved Elliot and Jenny together. Of all of the characters, I liked Jenny the best. She was determined and strong willed. I loved that Gunnar chose her to replace him in the brotherhood. This was such an interesting world and fun to read. I can’t wait to start book two.