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On the blog today I have a book review! Today’s book review is of:
Wild Moon, by C.R. Jane & Mila Young.
Wild Moon is the first book in the Real Wolves Bite series.
Trigger Warnings include: mentions of Abuse, Abuse, mentions of Blood, Blood, mentions of Stalking, Stalking, mentions of Fighting, Fighting, mentions of Murder, Murder.
NOTE: By the time that this review is posted, it’s over a year old, and it had been sitting in my digibujo for even longer. And yes, my review is messy as hell. As usual! Haha.
REAL WOLVES BITE…
I was taught my whole life about the importance of true mates, how when you find that one wolf for you, everything falls into place.
Everyone who taught me that was a liar.
When I found my true mate, happily ever after sure as hell didn’t start, but hell definitely began.
I ran away, and now I’ve been searching for peace for weeks as I drive around the country.
I didn’t mean to take the wrong road.
I didn’t mean to make it to that small town.
And I didn’t mean to meet two men, who set me and my wolf on fire.
But here I am somehow, and peace is the last thing I’ve found.
And don’t forget about the serial killer…
This is a Rejected Mate series, filled with scorching hot wolf shifters who take what they want, enough steam to burn you up, and a hidden town filled with secrets. You’ll love this paranormal romance if you love True Blood, Twilight, or Vampire Diaries.
Wild Moon is book 1 in a new wolf shifter trilogy by C.R. Jane and Mila Young. More books coming in this series.
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.
Wild Moon was intriguing to say the least. There are 3 points of view within the novel. Though I enjoyed reading from all povs, we the reader mostly read from Rune, our main character.
Overall the story is supposed to be a mystery, but nothing ~mysterious~ truly happens. Like, we learn about a murder that took place before the story initially starts and then at the end of the book book we see that Rune has found the dead body of her friend, Eve. I’m just left throwing my hands up in the air in a ‘what the hell did i just read’ fashion.
I hope that the next book will have a little more of the guys’ points of view in it. In Wild Moon their povs were helpful, and even a good insight to the novel. It helps that their povs help the story along.
Though what bothers me is what Wilder and Daxon have both said on separate occasions: that Rune isn’t allowed to leave both territories, and that they’ve said some pretty wild statements as well.
In the end, I liked the writing, the pace of the story, and the story as a whole. I do want to read more of the series, but at the moment, I’m unsure of when I’m going to get around to it.
For now, I’m giving Wild Moon, 2 stars.
Have you read Wild Moon?
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