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33 of 36 people found the following review helpful
on December 4, 2011
Ok, so I just have to say that I am totally in love with the relationship between Jaquelyn and Fane. I mean, it's everything women want. He absolutely cherishes her and they are everything to each other. The first book was great, and this was one just as good and totally left me waiting for the next installment. I bought this book last night and sadly it is now over. I should have paced myself better! This is such a great series and at such a great price.
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19 of 21 people found the following review helpful
on February 3, 2012
Jacque is looking forward to completing her mating bond with Fane now that the alpha of Coldspring has been defeated. Fane is her other half in every way that counts but she knows the ritual will seal that fact with every ounce of certainty possible. Her anxiety grows as time draws near for the ceremony to be completed. Her two best friends, Jen and Sally, are also there by her side in hopes of helping her keep her emotions at bay until the moment she and Fane can be made as one.

News of her upcoming rituals spreads far and wide and Jacque soon learns who her true father is. Much to her chagrin, Vasile is intent on protecting her at all costs, even if it means putting a stop to her mating bond with Fane. This is something she will not allow.

As she and the others head out for the coming ritual, no one ever imagined that Jacque's life would hang in the balance. She, her mother, and her best friends soon come to harm, setting off a chain reaction that has every werewolf in the distance on their guard. Suspicions rise as everyone tries to figure out the culprit behind the incident.

When Jacque goes missing, its up to Fane and the others to find her before anything else happens. This, unfortunately, is easier said than done. Yet her safety is of the utmost importance and Fane will stop at nothing until he has her back within his arms.

I didn't have the luxury of reading the first book in the series since I received this book via a blog tour that I was part of but I have to say it won't ruin anything for me once I eventually read it. With that said, this was quite an intriguing read. Granted, there were a couple instances that had me scratching my head and wondering what was going on, like Jen's having beer in the hospital and Jacque's waking up as if nothing really serious had happened. All in all, the book is a good read despite the small inconsistencies.
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19 of 21 people found the following review helpful
on February 4, 2012
this book was freaking awesome. what a beautiful love story and for once a book where the main couple doesnt have to push each other away cause , " they cant be together " for some stupid unknown reason. the ending was breathtaking and the characters are downright hilarious sometimes. this is my new favorite werewolve series. hands down.
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8 of 9 people found the following review helpful
on January 17, 2012
I loved this book. It was the perfect blend of innocent romance and suspense. I enjoyed the plot and have really fallen for the characters - especially Jen. The banter between friends is just like how I kid around with my friends so it's easy to relate to. I love that the third book will be focused around her and Dec. I thought the bond and feelings between Jacque and Fane were intense and genuine. I read this book straight through in about 5 hours. I couldn't put it down.
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6 of 7 people found the following review helpful
on January 8, 2012
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I have to let you know before I begin my review that I am handling this one a bit differently. Typically I would read the first book, post the review and then read the second book and do the same. The conundrum I ran into is as soon as I finished Prince of Wolves I couldn't keep my mind focused on anything else because I knew Blood Rites was waiting to be read. So this review is for both books at once.
For the last 2 days I have been introduced to and grown to love the characters created by Quinn Loftis. I have spent hour after hour consumed by Fane and Jacque's love story, Jen and Sally's humor as well as swooning over the arrival of Decebel and I have to say I was truly sad when I came to the end of Blood Rites (Book 3 will be released in February 2012). The Grey Wolves series is one that given the chance will grow in the hearts of many readers alike.
Both books give you points of view from all the characters involved so you never feel left out on how any one character is feeling at the current events. And I have to say as an indie writer you can see Quinn's writing improve with every page turned. I was truly surprised that these books could captivate me to the point that nothing else seemed to matter as I was reading. If I had to compare any current books on the market to this series, I would have to say they have the type of humor from Morganville Vampire series by Rachel Caine and the action/romance from the Mercedes Thompson series by Patricia Briggs.
I recommend this book to anyone who loves the paranormal romance!
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6 of 7 people found the following review helpful
This is Book 2 in the Grey Wolves Series. I think that it is better than book 1 and cannot wait for book 3 to come out. I think that Quinn does a great job of getting the reader invested in her characters. You definitely want to know what happens with them and it keeps the pages turning. There is a wide range of emotions that Quinn Loftis takes you through but humor is constant throughout! Yes there are grammatical errors (less than in book 1 but still there) but seriously overlook them and get into the story... you won't be sorry!! I recommend this book to anyone who loves the paranormal romance! You definitely need to read book 1 to fully understand what is going on in the storyline! This is not a stand alone series!

Disclosure: I received a copy of the book for review purposes only through Bewitching Book Tours. I was not compensated to write a positive or favorable review. This is Keeping Up With The Rheinlander's personal opinion.
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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful
on July 9, 2012
The storyline of this second book was way too much like the first. Another Alpha male wants to force Jacque to be his mate. UMM did I just read this? Ok the story is slightly different, with a lot of it taking place in hospital after a car accident planned by the bad alpha (no spoiler here you find this out in the first bit of the book) but the underlying premise is the same, Fane must save Jacque from another Alpha. Again we have sarcasm aplenty from Jacque and her besties Jen and Sally, which I still enjoyed. I find them witty and humorous. (however, what kind of parents do they have, I mean seriously who would really want their teenage daughters to never be home?) I liked that we get a great ending for Jacque and Fane in this book, and that it is not dragged into another (if that had been the case this book would have only got 2 stars) and I like the hints (not subtle though) you get on what the following book will be about. An easy read that was amusing, too bad it was so similar to the first. But then the hints it left made me want to read the third. Just 3 stars (it just made it)
Will I read it again? No
Would I recommend it? No, skip it and read the third.
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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful
on June 23, 2013
I liked the story line but you have to get beyond the mistakes in words and how they were used. My biggest complaint were the three young girls and there lack of maturity in such a love story. But the story line was good. This s a series and thankfully the first two books were on one girl so I did not purchase the rest of the series. Believe me I wanted to but could not get past the silliness of the girls.
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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful
on October 9, 2012
I have to say Jen is one of my favorite characters ever. She is as outspoken and sarcastic as I am. I have laughed,come close to tears,and thrown the book. And the love and devotion between the wolves and their mates is a nice break from the cheating and backstabbing in, well everything, today.
Have fallen for the wolves, they are such a wonderful break from all the vamps.
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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful
Again, pretty good book overall. Love the relationship with main characters, but DID not like Sally & Jen so much for the most part... i really did skim when they were mentioned as they were pretty annoying. They did brign a sense of humor to the story, but they did not know when to stop... maybe a 1 line come back... but they were keep on going for like 5 mintues....

This is for sure a teen book, might have loved it for a teen book, age 13-17 maybe) but besides that, i thought it was ok.
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