Wednesday, August 10, 2016

Wolf Wanted by Marie Harte

Publisher: Pride Publishing
Date published: April 2016
ISBN: 978-1-78651-410-3
Erotic Romance, Paranormal, M/M
Reviewed by Gabrielle (
Obtained via publisher
Rating: 4 Hearts

Anson never truly wanted to be the Alpha of his pack and he certainly did not want to fight his brother for that honor. Yet his uncle insists that the brothers do their duty and participate in the mating ritual. Anson is not interested in being tied down to a woman who only wants him for his status and power. Love is what he longs for but he is realizing that love may never come to him but it seems that fate has a surprise for Anson after all and that surprise is a half demon named Liam. Liam has problems of his own and needs Anson’s help. Neither of the two expect what comes next. Can Anson find a way to help Liam and will the two open their hearts to each other and find a happy ever after?

I really enjoyed Anson and Liam’s story. It takes the reader on a great adventure. Both Liam and Anson are good men put in difficult circumstances but their Gods have smiled upon them and given them a chance at fighting for something. The attraction between the two is there right from the start. Anson may never have been attracted to men before but he finds something in Liam that wakes up more than his libido. I loved Liam and his guards. The interaction between them is great and when they include Anson it gets all the better. Friendship and trust go a long way in this story and Anson must decide on where he belongs.  I enjoyed watching Liam and Anson build their bond. Seeing Anson find his way made for a nice read. He is a strong wolf and it was nice to see him fight for  and alongside those that he cares for.  Love is strong and no matter where you find it you must fight for it. Liam and Anson learn this lesson the hard way. 

This story moves quickly and pulled me in to their world right from the very beginning. The author weaves a magical world with great characters full of emotion. I cannot wait to see what else might happen in this world.

This is an objective review and not an endorsement of this book.

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