Thursday, June 7, 2018

Review: Wolf of Her Own

Wolf of Her Own Wolf of Her Own by N.J. Walters
My rating: 4 of 5 stars

I’m a little sad to say goodbye to this wonderful and interesting group of characters. While I’m happy that everyone ultimately gets their HEA, I could read a bunch more of these stories and not get tired. Each tale has its own little spin on werewolf romance.

We met Mikhail in the previous story about his sister’s arrival in the pack. Even if you have no experience with this world and the characters in it, you could probably still start here (and then go back and read them all!). Mikhail isn’t exactly a classic hero, but he’s stood up for his sister and has fallen completely in love with Elise. Elise has previously been seen as a fragile, abused mother figure to the alpha, but here she really grows into her own story. She’s far from the fragile flower that she’s been deemed as previously.

Mikhail is finally pushed by his wolf to force the issue of dating (and ultimately mating) with the woman he can’t get out of his head. He knows that their relationship will be difficult, especially since the alpha is not going to be pleased with his mother “dating.” These two have their ups and downs, but their story was a beautiful built on patience and understanding. The communication and romance was definitely there. As I said, it was sad to see this story end, but it was a great read.

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