Saturday, October 10, 2015

Review: Wolf Born

Title: Wolf Born
Series: Wolf Moons, #1
Author: Linda Thomas-Sundstrom
Publisher: Harlequin Nocturne
Release Date: February 1, 2015
Pages: 304
Buy Links: Amazon | BN | iBooks


One night out of all the centuries changed their lives forever… 
Called to the scene of a double murder, police officer Colton Killion finds that the vicious attack by vampires has not only decimated his family, but the trauma from it transforms him into a rare ghost wolf. Now he's on a life-and-death mission to restore justice. The last thing he needs is a distraction—especially when it comes in the lithe, female form of Lycan Rosalind Kirk. 
But Rosalind needs his help as much as he can't ignore his insatiable attraction to her. For that very attack also infused Rosalind with the spirit of a Banshee…and now Colton is the only being who can protect her from Others. When evil strikes again, Rosalind and Colton must risk everything by crossing a forbidden line…consequences be damned.

This book was so explosive, it would be a great movie if it was made into one!

The story of Colton and Rosalind was quite complex, to be honest. It kept me focused so that I wouldn't miss information that was vital to the story. They had many obstacles that came their way, including Rosalind constantly trying to run away.

Colton started as a cop, but ended up something only known as a legend. I loved that he stayed true to who he was and he was very loyal. Rosalind, on the other hand, was so conflicted because of the turmoil she was dealing with inside her body. I applaud her for being so brave and strong in the midst of it all.

One thing I realized early on in this book was that vampires were certainly not romanticized. Vampires were the abomination that they had always been, while werewolves were strong and powerful. I was certainly very interested with the history that the author presented in the book. This had been the most in-depth paranormal story I've read.

I would say that it needed one more round of line edits, though. Otherwise, it was a book full of substance. I would recommend it for those of you werewolf lovers.



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