Tuesday, October 4, 2016

Wild by Eve Langlais, Kate Douglas and A.C. Arthur

I received this ARC from the publisher and NetGalley.  I jumped at the chance to read it because Eve Langlais is one of my favorite "shifter" authors.

I loved "Catch a Tiger by the Tail".  There is nothing like a hot geeky guy.  Brody was just purfect for Lulu.  Along with the plot twists, there was humor.  It was a good, quick read.  Eve Langlais writes my favorite escapism shifter novels.  Another awesome novella.

I first read as an ARC then bought the other two titles in this book. They were two different styles that I enjoyed reading (and have re-read them several times.)  I posted the reviews below.

Feral Passions by Kate Douglas

Cherry's sister Christa and her BFF Stephanie convince Cherry to go on a week vacation to a resort named Feral Passions.  The resort only books six spots and only for women per week.  It is also a preserve for wolves.  Traker Jakes and his pack have opened Feral Passions to find their mates.  When Cherry's group arrives, Brad and Cain are immediately attracted to Cherry.  Cherry has had one experience with a boy in high school who was using her to get a good grade in a math class.  After he posted pictures on the internet, she does not trust men.  She starts to trust Brad and Cain while noticing that the wolves that hang out with her, and have their same eye color, are never around when Brad and Cain are with her.

I enjoyed this novel.  The sex scenes were hot and part of the ending was unexpected.  I like that it was a group of characters that got their HEA   I am hoping that this is the first in a series.

The Alpha's Mate by A. C. Arthur

So, I am revising my review.  When I first read the book, I was relatively new to shifter novels and found this one was way different.  I decided to go back and read it.  And, was I blown away.

There isn't a cookie cutter mold for shifter novels.  Every author has a different take.  I love the spin off of Greek mythology and the different types of shifter packs.  I love how the characters have more of an edge.  Kira was an awesome, strong alpha female.

I voluntarily reviewed an Advanced Reader Copy of this book provided by NetGalley and the publisher.

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