Wednesday, June 30, 2010

Review: Heart of the Wolf by D. B. Reynolds

Heart of the Wolf by D.B. Reynolds

Publisher: Siren-Bookstrand Publishing
Genre: Paranormal Romance

Heat Rating: 2



Kathryn Avinger is a werewolf, daughter of the North American Alpha. Young, beautiful and obedient to her Alpha’s will, Kathryn was married off ten years ago to a much older and wealthy human, finding herself neatly trapped in an abusive prison of money and privilege.

Renjiro Roesner is a powerful and charismatic wolf, an enforcer for Kathryn’s father … and, once upon a time, Kathryn’s promised husband. Returning from a mission to find Kathryn married and gone, Renjiro left the country, bitter and betrayed. But when someone tries to murder Kathryn at her husband’s funeral, Renjiro comes home to protect the only woman he ever loved.

Racing against time, their long-simmering passion flaring hotter than ever, Renjiro is determined that this time Kathryn will be his. But first, he’ll have to keep her alive long enough to claim her.

Ashira Datya’s Review

Kathryn, a beautiful young woman who has known nothing but hatred and torture for the last ten years of her life, suddenly finds herself in danger after the death of her much older husband.

Her childhood love, Ren, comes back from Europe to protect her and find out who wants to hurt her and they are shocked to learn of the truth that caused their separation a decade before.

I really enjoyed Heart of the Wolf, it was a well written, well conceived and thrilling story. I enjoyed “watching” while Ren and Kathryn reconnected, and found love again. My only real complaint is that I wish Heart of the Wolf was longer. I give Heart of the Wolf three Tea Cups and a heat rating of a two. This was a great story.

3 Tea Cups!


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