Publisher: Amira Press
Genre: Paranormal Romance
Heat Rating: 2
Niko sacrificed himself once for the sake of his pack, but will he discover another lesson of self sacrifice that may release him from his spiritual imprisonment?
Centuries later, he discovers his life mate, Rebecca, the one who can make him whole once again. For Niko and Rebecca, a second chance at love is just a breath away.
My Serbian Wolf is a story about love and fate and beating all odds. Rebecca can remember pieces of a past life and is able to visit her wolf shifting lover when she dreams at night. I enjoyed the fact that a modern, contemporary woman could escape into the past in her dreams. Though she loves Niko, she can’t commit to him fully, unable to recall the full details of their century old romance.
The day comes for Rebecca to make an impossible choice. Her dream visits with Niko are about to end. She must choose to live with him in his cold Siberian world or choose to never see him again. Since she can’t leave her two daughters behind, she says good bye to the only man she’ll ever love.
My Serbian Wolf was an interesting tale about decisions and how they affect the future. Rebecca has a strong relationship with her two daughters, putting them before all else, even her love for Nico. Unfortunetly, a large portion of the novel involves parenting and the relationship with Rebecca and her girls, and I enjoy escaping the kids for awhile when reading a romance.
For a quick read about love beating all odds and surviving centuries and lifetimes, My Serbian Wolf is a unique mix of contemporary and paranormal elements. I’m interested to see what Charisma Knight will come up with next.
3 Tea Cups!