Sunday, August 29, 2021

✱✱Book Review✱✱ Loved by Wolves by Rhea Watson

Three alphas falling in love—fated to a she-wolf who has always been so much more.

All my life, I felt like an outsider.

Freak. Demon. Abomination.


But I’m none of those things.

I never have been.

I am adaptable. Consistent. Powerful. Strong and dependable and loyal.

I am a survivor.

I make the apples grow.

And the enemies circling, searching for weaknesses in the Redwood Pack—they’re about to learn why you don’t mess with an alpha she-wolf chosen by the divine, her soul pure gold.

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⭐⭐⭐⭐⭐
Shifters, magic, and a bit of Norse mythology all rolled into one intense conclusion to the Bloodline trilogy. I expected secrets to be revealed and questions to be answered, and Rhea Watson gives us both with her usual style and flair. Lyssa and her mates finally do some real bonding, and share their pasts, trauma and all, so things do get emotional. That bonding also takes the steamy goodness to a new level as everybody gets on the same page. Then there's the Norse angle, which included an appearance of what I consider one of the most interesting in the mythology. And let's not forget the danger. Some of those answered questions lead to danger for Lyssa and her wolves. I'll admit that I guessed where the danger was coming from pretty early, but the author does give us some pretty good hints. That said, I couldn't even begin to guess the why and how - and the resolution? Wow!
So, when you put it all together, we have sexy romance, action, danger, and edge of your seat tension all rolled up in an impossible to put down trilogy conclusion. The story is both gripping and gritty, and the characters feel so real they practically leap off the page. Yeah, yeah, I know they're shifters and witches, but Rhea Watson paints a picture you can fall into with characters you can relate to on some level, supernatural or not. All in all, this is another great trilogy from one of my favorite authors. 

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