When Luke asks Delilah to help find his missing werewolf sister, she of course agrees. The sister is very pregnant and her ex-husband is suspect number one. However, when Delilah and her sisters start to investigate, they quickly realize things are more dangerous than they thought. Someone is creating and using a nasty drug called Wolf Briar. As if things weren't crazy enough, Stacia Bonecrusher continues to stay just one step ahead of them, and it's only a matter of time before she comes crashing at their door. It will take all of them to make it out of this mess alive and on top. Failure is not an option, for they are the front line force of the war against Shadow Wing and without them there may just not be any hope.
Before reading this book I would have have no hesitation in saying Camille's perspective was my favorite to read hands down. Now, however, they are neck and neck. Delilah made some major strides in this book. She grew so much it was absolutely amazing. Gone is the naive tabby cat who is content to take the sidelines and believe the world is all roses. She is quickly becoming a force to be reckoned with as she truly accepts her role as a death maiden. It looks like she has a very full future ahead of her, but I have complete confidence in her ability to flourish in her new roles in life. I don't see Menolly and Camille treating her as if she were the baby sister anymore, she truly has become a woman in her own right.
I'll have to admit when I first started the series a long time ago I was very gun shy about the rotating perspectives. However, after reading the books, I really believe the changes in narrators adds so much more than if they all had been one perspective. Even though the sisters are bound so tightly together, the are also completely unique, and each have their own struggles to deal with. Harvest Hunting not only shows their strength together, but also really hits home just how different each of them are. Each one's unique abilities come together with the others to form one heck of an unstoppable force that will crush every obstacle in their path to protect the ones that they love.
I absolutely love this series, and this book was no exception. The girls are still going strong in their quest against Shadow Wing. Well, they are still holding the front of the lines better than could possibly have been expected. Their brood of men somehow continues to not only tolerate each other, but actually seem to be forming bonds as well. Typically that many men would be a recipe for disaster, but somehow the girls are able to keep a good leash on them, even as more are added. Harvest Hunting is definitely one of those books that you will devour in one setting and already be impatient for the next. Fans of the series will not be disappointed. Two thumbs way up!