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Trial by Fire There can only be one alpha Bryn is finally settling into her position as alpha of the Cedar Ridge Pack or at least her own version of what it means to be alpha when you re a human leading a band of

  • Title: Trial by Fire
  • Author: Jennifer Lynn Barnes
  • ISBN: 9781606841686
  • Page: 377
  • Format: Hardcover
  • There can only be one alpha Bryn is finally settling into her position as alpha of the Cedar Ridge Pack or at least, her own version of what it means to be alpha when you re a human leading a band of werewolves Then she finds a teenage boy bleeding on her front porch Before collapsing, he tells her his name is Lucas, he s a Were, and Bryn s protection is his only hope.There can only be one alpha Bryn is finally settling into her position as alpha of the Cedar Ridge Pack or at least, her own version of what it means to be alpha when you re a human leading a band of werewolves Then she finds a teenage boy bleeding on her front porch Before collapsing, he tells her his name is Lucas, he s a Were, and Bryn s protection is his only hope But Lucas isn t part of Bryn s pack, and she has no right to claim another alpha s Were With threats old and new looming, and danger closing in from all sides, Bryn will have to accept what her guardian Callum knew all along To be alpha, she will have to give in to her own animal instincts and become less human And, she s going to have to do it alone Bryn faces both the costs, and the rewards, of love and loyalty, in this thrilling sequel to Raised by Wolves.

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    1. Nic on said:

      Rating: 4.5 starsFavourite Quote: I could feel his heart beating, feel his mind and thoughts blending with my own as the two of us stood there, bathed in the moonlight and feeling its effects like a drug.Whoever Chase was, he was mine.There is a lot of good werewolves books out there but the Raised by Wolves series would have to be my absolute favourite. So I was a little nervous about book two but it didn't disappoint with it pulse pounding plot and awesome characters.Barnes writing is fast pac [...]

    2. Lilibeth on said:

      We return to the best YA werewolf series known to the genre, this is said by Melissa Marr, and me. Bryn knew all along that the other Alphas that make up the Senate--besides Callum--would come after her at some point in time for the female Weres in her pack. And when Shay comes to the forefront of a new feud between the Cedar Ridge Pack and the Snake Bend Pack, it comes as no surprise. Shay, being Bryn's best friend's older brother and Alpha of the Snake Bend Pack, has instigated the most unassu [...]

    3. Shelley on said:

      *Rating* 4.0*Genre* Young-Adult-Paranormal*Review*Trial by Fire is the second novel in the Raised by Wolves series which features Bronwyn (Bryn) Alessia St. Vincent Clare as the only human Alpha of a werewolf pack called the Cedar Ridge Pack. She was raised in Callum’s pack since the age of four after her parents were murdered by a rogue werewolf named the Rabid. I’d recommend reading Raised by Wolves first since both books tie in together and you can better understand why Shay is such an as [...]

    4. Kristi on said:

      This series just keeps getting better. Barnes has written a beautifully complex and entertaining story. This is one of the best if not the best werewolf series that I’ve ever read! The characters, this story, it’s simply amazing. It’s addicting. Bryn continues to be a character that I admire. I thought that the girl had guts in the first novel, but now that she’s alpha there are new characteristics that began to shine through in the second installment. That impulsive girl in book one is [...]

    5. ~Tina~ on said:

      (4.5 stars)I really loved this book. There aren't a lot of Werewolf books that I can say that I totally love, but this series is definitely one of them.There really isn't a lot I want to say about Trial by Fire, so I'll just keep it short and sweet.I absolutely adore Bryn. I love her strength and fairness and I love how even though she's alpha she doesn't take advantage of that power. I love Chase and Devon, those two are my favorite besides Bryn herself. I think Chase is really good for Bryn, s [...]

    6. Andrea on said:

      Wow, this was a great book! Definitely not a filler middle book. Bronwyn (Bryn) Alessia St. Vincent Clare is an Alpha- the pack leader- and she's human! If that's not enough she is intelligent way beyond her 16 years, they often are in YA books, but she is like no other heroine that I know of. She asks for advice, she's caring, compassionate, she kicks butt big time, she is great at thinking on her feet, she always tries to do her very best and she leans on her pack while still maintaining ultim [...]

    7. Miriam Mathew on said:

      Wow! Just when I didn't think the storyline couldn't possibly get better than it already was, it did. Trial by Fire is a fitting and mindblowing sequel to Raised by Wolves. I loved every single moment of it, so much that I couldn't even put it down for a single second. An amazing read.

    8. Kristina Snyder on said:

      If you loved and enjoyed Raised by Wolves, then you will also love and enjoy Trial by Fire. It did not disappoint me at all. Once I started this book, I didn't want to put it down. I had to see what happened, because poor Bryn had everything coming at her and the pack. Bryn's pack contains a lot females and young children. Bryn has to do whatever it takes to protect them, especially from Shay. Lucas shows up hurt asking Bryn to help him. Of course, Bryn can't turn anyone down. She is a true Alph [...]

    9. Cindy on said:

      I really enjoy this serious, it has depth, great plot, and characters you know and care about, plus the added bonus it's a romance. This story takes off were it left off.Bryn is Alpha of the Cedar Ridge Pack, and getting accustomed to what that means to her the human non werewolf girl. I really like Bryn she is spunky, smart, speaks her mind, cares about whats hers, has a big heart, and is willing to sacrifice. She has lots of responsibility to her pack, and she takes it seriously. This story ha [...]

    10. Kaysi on said:

      This was a delightful sequel to Raised by Wolves, and yes, I rate it as highly as the first – which is very unusual for me.Bryn’s cosy little life as alpha of her own pack didn’t stay cosy all that long and let’s face it, if it did, it would have been a rather boring book.Obviously it all starts when a beaten and broken Were turns up on her doorstep – Lucas. Now, personally, after he didn’t disclose all the information, and the politics involved in Pack rules – I would have turned [...]

    11. Emma on said:

      **This review (and the book itself) contains MAJOR spoilers for Raised by Wolves. You have been warned.**Brynn thought spending the first fifteen years of her life living with the werewolves of the Stone River Pack was hard. Turns out being the alpha of her own pack is even harder.Brynn is still human, she is still a teenager. But she is also the alpha of the Cedar Ridge pack meaning she is responsible for the safety and wellbeing of an entire pack of werewolves--living day to day with Were who [...]

    12. Mundie Moms & Mundie Kids on said:

      This is fabulous sequel to Raised by Wolves. I loved getting back into the world Jennifer created and getting to see how much Bryn has grown and continues to grow as a character and as an alpha with her pack, of broken, lovable, and relatable characters.Bryn is fiercely a devoted alpha and will do anything for her pack. The love and support they have for each other continues to grow stronger as they form a united front when a rogue wolf enters their territory, they're threatened by a coven of ps [...]

    13. Kate (Nomalicious Reads) on said:

      More reviews can be found at my new blog Nomalicious ReadsI was literally counting down the days for Trial by Fire, and once it was, the good people at the Book Depository sent it off to me all the way here in Australia, and even though it usually takes a week, I was checking my mail box every day in anticipation.Once it had arrived I practically devoured it.The best thing about Trial by Fire and Raised by Wolves, is that romance wasn't the main drive of the novel, sure it was there, and like ev [...]

    14. Midnite on said:

      Though I really like all of the characters in this series, I felt Trial by Fire was weaker than Raised by Wolves. I was little bored until the last 30 pages of the book. Bryn is still an interesting character, but now that she's alpha of the Cedar Ridge Pack, I would expect her to be "scrappier" than she was when she was just a human in a pack. But, no. She's pretty mild now that she's the leader and there's no Callum for her to rebel against. The personalities that really sparkled in Raised by [...]

    15. Tati on said:

      In this sequel to Raised By Wolves, Bryn is trying to settle into her new role as a human alpha of a werewolf pack. Her troubles increase when a teenager werewolf, beaten and bloody, is found on her doorstep. Because he is not from her pack, his alpha can claim him, and there's nothing Bryn can do about it. Or is there? While she is trying to find a way to claim the boy as her own pack, Bryn stumbles across secrets that may endanger her and her pack even further. will she find a way out? Or will [...]

    16. Anne on said:

      4.5 starsTrial by Fire definitely doesn't suffer from Second Book Syndrome. If anything, it's much better than the first book, Raised by Wolves. I vaguely remember reading that book a while back, and I also remember thinking it was good. However, the writing in this book takes everything up a notch.*hands shaking on the keyboard*Ok. I'm just gonna say it. This thing reads like one of Patricia Briggs' Mercy Thompson novels! I know that any of you out there who are fans of Mercy, know what a huge [...]

    17. Carole-Ann on said:

      I thought "Raised by Wolves" was a brilliant story, and nothing could surpass it; but, my goodness, this one comes close!Bryn, the Alpha of her small pack (and human too!) gets entangled with a coven of psychics who are in league with Shay (Devon's brother) who wants the female weres of Bryn's pack. There are a lot of twists and turns, but nothing detracts from the edge-of-the-seat plot, and the writing is exceptional.Devon and Lake are super side-kicks and some dialogue is definitely laugh-out- [...]

    18. S.J. Bell on said:

      Raised by Wolves was my favorite book of 2010, and I've plugged it perhaps a bit more than an impartial reviewer should. But there was a reason for my fanboyish behavior: Jennifer Lynn Barnes is good. Her writing is engaging, her plotting is tight, and her characters are believable. Most books take a while to get into, but Raised by Wolves grabbed me right at the start and didn't let go until the end. It sets the bar pretty high for a sequel, but I'm happy to report that Trial by Fire meets this [...]

    19. Jeremy on said:

      Personal response The book,Trial by Fire , was an amazing read. My favorite part of the book was when Bryn took her mother's car to go see Callum who was the alpha of one of the neighboring packs. My least favorite part was when one of the pack left.Plot summary Bryn recently became an alpha of the new pack of werewolves, the Cedar Ridge Pack, which was located in the state of Colorado. When a werewolf from another pack, the Snakes Bend pack, arrives, he asked for help to get away from the packs [...]

    20. Carolyne on said:

      I've written a review for the entire series which can be found on my review page as it may contain spoilers for all three books: Raised by Wolves Review

    21. Sarah on said:

      Trial by Fire is the sequel to Raised by Wolves, a book I read and liked last year. I also liked this sequelough not quite as much. Don't get me wrong, it was excellently written. Jennifer Lynn Barns has some serious writing talent. I can't wait for her to write more books. Her writing is lyrical and easy to follow, and it justflows. I can't explain it. Just read it, will you? At least give Raised by Wolves a try, if you haven't already.Normally, I'd go for an in-deapth review and commentary on [...]

    22. Alexandra Bayer on said:

      Bryn is an anomaly: the only human acting as alpha and leading a pack of werewolves. It's a tough and lonely job, with many difficult decisions to make with startling consequences. When Bryn finds another alpha's Were, named Lucas, bloody and mid-Shift on her doorstep, she doesn't know what to do. On the one hand, she wants desperately to protect him; on the other, she can't just claim one from another alpha's pack. The boy blacks out right after telling Bryn that she's his last hope for protect [...]

    23. Braiden on said:

      Raise By Wolves was my first werewolf-based novel I had read. Jennifer Lynn Barnes did a fantastic job at defining, capturing and explaining the essence and mannerisms of a werewolf and their pack (the social, the physical, their hierarchy system, etc.). She explored it successfully, and that, in my eyes, was compelling. However, with its sequel Trial By Fire, I didn’t enjoy it as much, untila Glee reference came out of no-where! Actually there was quite a lot of the book I did admire: Jennife [...]

    24. Sally on said:

      Book 2 in the Raised by Wolves seriesI liked this even better than the first book. I thought that it had a lot more going on- the characters are more fleshed out, and there is a lot more tension and action. Actually, just when you think that the trouble is all over, that all the battles have been fought and everything is going back to normal, another complication springs up, and everybody is in danger all over again. This books starts off not long after the end of book 1. Bryn has broken from Ca [...]

    25. Rachel (The Rest Is Still Unwritten) on said:

      **Read in July 2011**Thanks to Pan Macmillan Australia for a copy of this!This was a fantastic follow up to Raised by Wolves. Jennifer Lynn Barnes continues to create magic and builds on her world in this story. The first book was brilliant and this book really cemented this series as one of the best werewolf ones out there in my opinion. There’s such a great sense of pack dynamic and a unique type of family within this series and it’s impossible not to love the characters and get lost in th [...]

    26. Heather on said:

      Full review here fireandicephoto/2Trial by Fire, installment two of the Raised by Wolves series begins with Bryn as the new Alpha of the small but strong Cedar Ridge Pack. Bryn is very unusual, because not only is she female, but she is a human and her pack is werewolf. Things become complicated for the new Alpha when a foreign wolf, Lucas stumbles across the border and lands on her doorstep asking for refuge. He's badly wounded, having been abused by his captors, but Bryn is torn between having [...]

    27. Sandra on said:

      I loved the first book in this new series. Raised by Wolves received high marks from me. I was excited to read this second in the series. Happily, it's even better than the first. Barnes' writing is beautiful with great imagery and insights into human and wolf nature. Bryn, from whose point of view the books are written, is struggling with her new position as Alpha of the Cedar Ridge Pack. They're a new pack, a young pack, a pack with the only woman alpha and to the covetous eyes of the other pa [...]

    28. Sharon Tyler on said:

      Trial by Fire by Jennifer Lynn Barnes is the second book in the Raised by Wolves series for young adults, and will not disappoint those that fell in love with Bryn and her world in the first book. The book opens with Bryn and her motley pack settling into their new life. Just when everything seems to be settling down new treats arise. A new girl at school and some crazy dreams have Bryn on edge when a young werewolf lands on their doorstep; bloody, beaten, and looking for a savior. Lucas comes f [...]

    29. Bailey (IB Book Blogging) on said:

      I adored Raised by Wolves, the first novel in the series, so I was really glad that I had an ARC of this one waiting in the wings. There are so many novels about werewolves in YA right now but Barnes has a fun, new take to them in her novels, and I love how they are written. My favorite thing about this series is that the pack relationship is so strong. They are willing to go to any lengths to protect each other from things or people that they perceive as threats. Even though there are some heav [...]

    30. Isamlq on said:

      Trial By Fire how many months has it been since I read the first one? I kept mixing up the story of Nightshade and Raised by Wolves, expecting Shay instead of Chase and the jock hot head instead of Devon. Then I remembered what it was about Raised by Wolves that I enjoyed more (what made it one of my favorite werewolf YA's, aside from the fact that it was one of the first YA books I read last year.) It was Bryn's resilience, and here she still does remind me of Rose, only this time she allows he [...]

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