Wolf Claimed, by Sadie Moss | Book Review

Hello friends! Today I have my book review of Wolf Claimed, by Sadie Moss.

Wolf Claimed is the third book in the The Last Shifter series. 

Trigger Warnings: Guns, Gun Violence, Attempted Kidnapping, Sex Scenes

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44295238I wish this was our happily ever after. But it’s not.

My mates and I got what we wanted—we found Rhys’s sister. We should be celebrating, but the danger is far from over.

Our welcome into the Lost Pack was frosty at best, and tensions between old and new blood threaten to boil over. Crammed too close together, trapped by our fear, we’re hardly better off here than we were at Strand.

If my men and I can’t unite the two packs, they’ll tear each other apart before Doctor Shepherd and his hunters even have a chance to find us again.

I won’t let that happen.

My wolf has claimed each of these four men. And the deeper I fall in love with them, the more determined I am to create a real future for us.

But to do that, I’m going to have to fully accept the truth of who I am… and what I am.

Wolf Claimed is the third book in The Last Shifter series, a reverse harem story intended for ages 18+. This book contains strong language, violence, sexual situations, and a fierce heroine who doesn’t have to choose between her men.

From GoodReads [x]:

“REVERSE HAREM” IS, LITERALLY, THE OPPOSITE OF “HAREM”, WITH A GROUP OF MALES CENTERING ROUND A SINGULAR FEMALE, USUALLY WITH THREE OR MORE MALES. QUITE OFTEN FOUND UNDER THE ROMANCE GENRE.

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To my surprise, Wolf Claimed starts a few weeks after Wolf Called ended. I thought Wolf Claimed would start where Wolf Called left off. 

I actually found that Wolf Claimed was a tad-bit predictable. That was slightly irksome on my part–though I still really enjoyed reading this third installation.

There’s still one point of view within this series, but it’s obvious what the guys are thinking. The fact that Rhys, West, Noah and Jackson all equally love and adore Alexis help a bunch as well. 

Like the last two books, Wolf Claimed progresses super quickly. Fun fact: while I read these books, I always ended up checking what percentage I was at in the story. I always somehow managed to check at the 58% mark. So I don’t know what that says, but I found that amusing. 

There were so many things that were realized within Wolf Claimed, and I can’t help but be super proud that everything had happened the way it did.

Out of the 3 (of 4) books I’ve read in The Last Shifter series, Wolf Claimed is right now my favourite.  

The plot twist which wasn’t really a plot twist, HAPPENED and now I really have to read the fourth book. Holy shit! 

I give Wolf Claimed, 4 stars.

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Have you read anything by Sadie Moss? 

Thank you for stopping by!

See you soon, and Happy Reading!
Adele

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