Tuesday, July 20, 2021

✱✱Book Review✱✱ Hunted by Wolves by Rhea Watson


Three alphas forced to play nice for the sake of their mate—fated to a she-wolf kissed by the divine and cursed with gold.

All my life, I wanted a family.

Nothing fancy… Just someone to call my own, to love and respect me.

A true partner.

Somehow, fate decided I deserved three such mates. Sure, we’re a mess right now. We struggle. We argue. We fail to connect. But nothing and no one is born perfect. Anything worth fighting for takes work. Blood, sweat, and tears: I’d shed all that and more if it means we have a perfect forever.

But a dead goddess has other plans for me, turning Lady Fate’s blessing into a nightmare.

If Ewan, Lucian, and Soren see the monster I’ve become, they’ll kick me out.

Send me away.

Abandon me in the forest as the darkness closes in, loneliness so suffocating I think I might die.


So, for now, the secret stays with me. Gull River gave me golden eyes—no hiding that. But the rest? All mine.

If I want to keep this fantasy, these mates who sing to my wild soul, I’ll hide this curse until fate forces my hand.

Until the evil lurking in Redwood Grove finally rips us apart—and brings this pack to its knees.

The Bloodline trilogy is a why-choose wolf shifter romance that features fated mates but not insta-love. It is intended for readers 18+, and has cliffhangers at the end of books 1 and 2. No cheating. No rejected mates.

Momma Says: 5 stars⭐⭐⭐⭐⭐
Shew! There's a lot going on in Bloodline Book 2. As if Lyssa and her guys don't have enough to deal with just getting to know each other and figuring out their places in the pack, now they have the aftermath of the events in book 1, not that any of them fully understand it. So, yes, this is a continuing story and you should definitely read the books in order.
That brings me to Rhea Watson's cliffhangers. They aren't always huge, but they do usually leave you guessing. So, I knew there'd be a cliffy for Hunted by Wolves. I mean,. the author pretty much guarantees it in the blurb, and past experience with Watson keeps me on my toes. I'm reading along and reach a point where Lyssa has this... Revelation? Epiphany? Really bad idea? Something like that. Anyway, I thought oh, no! Surely it's not ending there! Again, past experience with this author told me that she would do something like that. (Pretty sure she's a bit twisted!😉) Thankfully, I looked in the corner on my Kindle and saw 83%!
On I went, and the more I read, the straighter I sat, moving closer to the edge of my seat. And BAM! The story still got me at just the right moment to leave me needing more. And it's even bigger than my close call. I may or may not have said a few naughty words when I realized there were no more pages. 
That's what this author does to me, and I keep coming back for more. Why? Because I absolutely love her characters and the worlds she creates. Even if it means counting down the days until I get my greedy little hands on the next part of the story, I'll be right here, not so patiently waiting. I do realize I've been quite vague about the storyline, but I'm trying not to give away the book's secrets while still explaining just how engaging it is. 

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