Tuesday, November 23, 2021

✱✱Book Review✱✱ Her Wolf in the Wild: A F/F Paranormal Romance by Rien Gray


The Hounds of God MC live outside the law and protect their own. They only have three rules:

(1) look out for each other

(2) obey the club president

(3) never show a human your werewolf form.

Christiana Arjean needs to get out. She tried to fix her relationship, but making a break for it is her only shot. She almost doesn’t make it, until a butch biker with a shock of white hair tosses Christiana on the back of her bike. Micah is as mysterious as she is attractive, and Christiana wants to know what’s under that tough exterior.

Micah Nubilo knows a little bit about keeping secrets. Rescuing Christiana is a bad idea, and letting her hang around is even worse. But there’s something calling to Micah: an impossible bond no werewolf should ever feel for a human, even one as beautiful as Christiana.  

Their growing intimacy is threatened when they realize their pasts are connected in ways they never could have imagined. Christiana and Micah must fight against threats both outside the pack and inside themselves for a chance at putting it all behind them and finding a way forward—together.  

Momma Says: 3 star⭐⭐⭐

Her Wolf in the WIld is an entertaining fated mates story. It's not the first time I've seen the MC storyline for shifters, but there were some elements that stood out - particularly the wardens. The world Rien Gray has created here certainly has a lot of potential, and I don't know if another book is planned, but I'd like to see where things go for some of the other characters. There was also some intriguing backstory for Micah that would make for an exciting storyline.
As for this one, the story has good pacing, and it has a fair amount of action and danger to keep the blood pumping. The romance between Micah and Christiana is sexy, and they do have good chemistry. The danger comes by way of a crazy ex, and while I liked the angle, I had some issues with the way things happened. There were some things that I felt were overlooked or glossed over to further the plot, and those things stood out. Nevertheless, I still enjoyed the romance, and I'd definitely be interested in reading more about this world.

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