Her Wolves, by G. Bailey | Book Review

Hello, and welcome back to Adele Is Reading.
Today I have my book review of:

Her Wolves, by G. Bailey.

Her Wolves is the first book in the Fall Mountain Shifters series.

Trigger / Content Warnings: multiple mentions of Rape.

Note: There could be more potential triggers within the book.

I knew nothing about mates until the alpha rejected me…

Growing up in one of the biggest packs in the world, my life is planned out from the second I turn eighteen and find my true mate in the moon ceremony.

Finding your true mate gives you the power to share the shifter energy they have, given to the males of the pack by the moon goddess herself. The power to shift into a wolf.

But for the first time in the history of our pack, the new alpha is mated with a nobody. A foster kid living in the packs orphanage with no ancestors or power to claim.

Me.

After being brutally rejected by my alpha mate, publicly humiliated and thrown away into the sea, the dark wolves of the Fall Mountain Pack find me.

They save me. The four alphas. The ones the world fears because of the darkness they live in.

In their world? Being rejected is the only way to join their pack. The only way their lost and forbidden god gives them the power to shift without a mate.

I spent my life worshipping the moon goddess when it turns out my life always belonged to another…

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.

Her Wolves was a great start to a trilogy (now turned series?). From the start I found some similarities from Bailey’s other books, and I have no clue if that’s because at the time I had almost read everything that Bailey had put out, or because by at this point I’d read so many shifter reverse harem novels.

There were a few parts to the story that I had found to be fairly predictable. Though that didn’t stop me from reading and enjoying the story any less.

For the most part, I remember reading from more than just one point of view. One female, and the rest being male view points. IF I’m remembering that correctly.

All in all I really enjoyed reading Her Wolves, though I personally thought that Her Wolves was entirely too similar to Bailey’s other novels. As if Bailey was using the same storyline structure with some *throws sparkles* pizzazz. Not gonna lie, I still enjoyed HW though!!! (I’m just acting like a bitter old man)

And the fact that I want to read the second book as soon as I could is just reinforced by the fact that the ending to Her Wolves is a cliffhanger. I’m absolutely gripping the edge of my seat, Bailey. Thank u.

Oh! And Her Wolves; if I’m remembering correctly, is a high fantasy setting. Apart from the horrid beginning of the book wherein the female lead has it absolutely horrible,

I ended up giving Her Wolves, 2.5 stars.

Have you read anything by G. Bailey? If so, what did you read by her, and did you enjoy it?

Admittedly, I haven’t read anything from Bailey in a hot ass minute, so I need to catch up!

Thank you for stopping by.

See you soon, and happy reading!
Adele

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