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Thursday, October 29, 2009
Review - Her Wolf by Rebecca Royce
Title: Her Wolf: The Westervelt Wolves Book 1
Author: Rebecca Royce
Publisher: Liquid Silver Books
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Rating: You Want to Read - A Good book.
Reviewed by: Shawn Weisser
Ashlee Morrison has a secret obsession—with a dark and mysterious male. The only problem is that he’s a wolf and she’s becoming convinced that she’s insane. But Ashlee’s wolf is no ordinary canine; he is Tristan Kane, third son in the royal family of the Westervelt Wolf pack.
Trapped in his wolf form by his evil father’s men, Tristan has desperately sought a way out of predicament and is shocked to find that the sad but beautiful redhead who has come to the wolf cage can not only hear him, but awakens in him the knowledge that she is his mate, the other half of his soul.
Ashlee, unaware that she is half wolf-shifter, agrees to accompany Tristan back to his pack in Maine to seek answers to her past and understand her future. But as Tristan and Ashlee grow closer, familial betrayals will threaten to destroy the fragile love they have started to build.
With the odds stacked against them, Ashlee and Tristan will either embrace their love to save the Westervelt Wolves or be lost forever to despair.
Her Wolf had an interesting beginning with a mentally unstable person talking to herself and a wolf housed in a zoo exhibit. From there the adventure began. I enjoyed reading this book for numerous reasons. The author introduced the main characters immediately and got right down to the story. I really enjoyed the fact that the author, Rebecca Royce, used the love story as fuel to the story but not necessarily the only focal point. Since this is book one in the series she established the roles of each character and allowed for an ending to the book but not the story. I also look forward to reading a bit more about the family pack and their plans to reestablish themselves off the coast of Maine. I hope the author writes more about Maine and why the inhabitants of the pack chose the island of Westervelt to make their home. It is too bad she did not choose one of the real uninhabited islands off the coast of Maine, such as Pond Island, for the setting. A prequel would be great as well. I am excited for this author and for the story of the Westervelt Wolf pack.