Friday, April 11, 2014
Review: The Wolf Siren
The Wolf Siren by Karen Whiddon
My rating: 4 of 5 stars
I received a copy of this book in exchange for an honest review.
Wow – something about the combination of a broken but tough woman and her patient but very alpha protector really had me falling in love with this book. I’ve not read any of the other stories in “The Pack” but I had absolutely zero trouble catching up with the plot. I highly recommend this as a great standalone read with action, romance, and some paranormal goodies thrown in along the way.
Lilly is a very damaged wolf shifter. After a bunch of years of torture from a crazy cult, she was finally rescued with the help of Kane, a Pack Protector. Kane knew the moment he laid eyes on Lilly that she was his mate. Drawn to her and willing to do just about anything to keep her safe, he jumps at the chance to take her away from trouble and into seclusion with his boisterous family. Lilly, while scarred and scared, turns out to be a tough chick. Kane is also not your typical alpha male protector. Instead, he’s lovable, understanding and kind, making sure not to rush Lilly, almost to his detriment.
The love story wasn’t rushed, even though it was about mates and destiny. They genuinely grew to know one another before diving into a relationship. I would love to see more of their story and wish we had some epilogue thrown in to make the HEA even better. Great read!
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