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Awakened by the Wolf (Harlequin Nocturne) Kindle Edition
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Before Brice can question her, she starts throwing objects at him, demanding that he leave. She throws the lamp so that the broken glass will stop him from chasing her as she runs from the bedroom. But Brice leaps over the glass and the chase is on, with him unable to stop the grin on his face! He admires her feisty nature, despite his exhaustion and needing to get some sleep. Once again, she gets away and takes off running into the woods where she encounters unexpected danger. And even bigger threats await her. Can a feisty human alone survive in this wolfan world of violence? Or will she one day let down her guard and accept the man who could turn out to be her mate?
This was a very well written book and thoroughly enjoyable. Being around Cassie took Brice’s mind off his failures and turned his thoughts to hope. I think that’s a good path for all of us. The story is filled with strong emotion and the pain each experiences in dealing with old hurts. It was cathartic and let the reader share some of those feelings. It leaves you wanting so much more. I would definitely recommend reading this one. I was given a copy of this book and voluntarily chose to review it. My comments reflect my honest opinion.
Okay, I struggle with Cassie through most of the book. She's fiercely independent, and feels that if she asks for help from anybody, she's weak. Which is completely misconstrued, but that is a completely different story. During the story we see her fighting Brice protective instincts and his feelings for her through most of the story. Now Brice I did like a lot. He was patient, and not so at times with Cassie. Yet majority of the time he was patient and giving her space.
Something that bothered me was something that happens close to the end and Cassie views Brice and his family as animals for what they had to do. In someways I thought it was naïve of her to think that the Wahyas were the only ones to be brutal than normal human beings. Yes, they are wolves, but humans to atrocious things to other humans too. To paint all shifters like that kind of raise my hackles a little, and to say that if she hadn't come in contact with them put her in danger. Honestly, she can't know that for fact. Anyway, at times she rubbed me the wrong way.
Overall, I liked Awakened by the Wolf. I did like that it was little different take on shifter breeds. It was a good start for new author. Overall, I liked Brice, and had to warm up to Cassie.
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