Thursday, February 10, 2011

Review: Wild Nights by Rhea Regale

Wild Nights by Rhea Regale

Publisher: Siren-Bookstrand Publishing
Genre: Menage Romance

Heat Rating: 3



Ayasha White knows she is different, even for a wolf. When a fire burns her house to the ground, killing her uncle, she flees to Wolf Creek and into the arms of Lenox Carter. Her body awakens with passion and her wolf spirit rises in the presence of her mate. But Lenox holds disturbing knowledge of her past and a cold truth about her other mate.

Riley Tormel, Lenox’s friend-turned-foe, leads the rebel pack hot on Ayasha’s tail. He won’t stop until she’s dead. When she unleashes a powerful surge of emotions within him, he’s left questioning his motives and unable to shake a foreign desire to protect her.

Time is running out. Ayasha’s life lies in Riley’s unpredictable hand. Can she and Lenox convince Riley his place is with them? Or will the untamed rebel wolf rejoin forces with his pack and hunt them to the death in the wild night?

Wendy's Review

Rhea Regale brought a sequel to Wild Hearts the Blood Moon Legacy series. Let me say Wild Nights can be read alone or with the first in the series, Wild Hearts. After reading it, I admit I went and bought Wild Hearts. I couldn’t get enough of these werewolves.

This story starts with action from the very beginning. Ayasha White is running from werewolves that had killed her beloved uncle and burnt down her home. She runs for the safety of Wolf Creek and into the arms of Lenox Creek, her true mate. Things never added up for Aya. Coming to Wolf Creek brought her to a place that she wasn’t quite ready for. She knew that Lenox would protect her because her uncle said so and also he was her mate.

Lenox had been looking for his mate for 25 years and now here she comes to him for protection and he wanted Aya safe. She was a white wolf and there were only two that he knew of around. Aya was his and no one would ever hurt her again. The only problem with that is Riley Tormel he had been gone twenty five years also but he ran for a whole other reason, he helped slaughter Aya's family and was fed lies about how his father died.

When Aya found out that Lenox was just one half of her mate she didn’t know that the other would be a man who destroyed her life. Riley didn’t want Aya as a mate, he wanted to mate her then kill her but when the time came Aya’s love and Lenox's honesty made him realize that fate had other plans. Riley and Lenox showed Aya how their love could withstand all the horrible things in her life.

The sexual tension has you torn to who you want the alpha mate to be and in the end the white always wins.

Rhea did a wonderful job writing a story that kept you wanting more and on the edge of your seat. The Blood Moon Legacy series is worth reading over and over.

5 Tea Cups!

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1 comment:

Rhea said...

Thank you so much for the wonderful review, Wendy. I'm thrilled you've enjoyed the BML series so far!


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