Blood of the Wolf (Forged in Blood Book 1) Kindle Edition
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I absolutely loved this book. It is so refreshing to read a book where the story takes precedence over sex. In fact, there is no sex in this book to speak of. I thought the buildup of Niko’s relationship with the Guardian Alasdair is just wonderful.
I loved all the characters in this story. It is told exclusively from Niko’s perspective and I really enjoyed reading his take on all the events. I thought Alasdair made a really good partner for him and was very patient and supportive. I also loved Grayson as one the side characters and can’t wait to read more about him.
The story itself was really good. I loved that it was a new take on the shifter genre. Apparently, it takes place after the events of Ms. Evan’s Infernal Hunt series. Since I don’t read many m/f books, I haven’t read that series, but I don’t really feel like it’s necessary to enjoy this book.
Overall, I found this to be wonderfully entertaining story and can’t wait to read the next one in the series. I highly recommend it.
Niko is a “made” wolf who was changed by his witch family because he had no magic to speak of and wasn’t of much to them. In strolls Alasdair who is a Guardian and is sexy and hot in his suits and is strong both internally and externally! Niko is tasked with finding out who is murdering natural born wolf shifters. What an adventure you’ll have reading this series!
Blood of the Wolf is a very entertaining paranormal novel, which falls short on the romantic part, it is mainly a mystery-driven novel. The main focus of the story is finding out who is murdering the shifters and the meaning of the gruesome ritual used in the killings. There is a lot of unfulfilled sexual tension between Alasdair and Niko, but Niko’s issues and his problems when it comes to acknowledge his own value make it difficult to give in to Alasdair’s wishes. The world building is fascinating, though I must recognise I was a little lost at the beginning, but I was soon charmed by the interesting characters and dark mystery. Both Alasdair and Niko are appealing, but the secondary characters are also intriguing, adding colour to the story. I feel there is much more to discover in this universe, and I’m oh-so-willing to find out about it.
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Wolves, Fae, Goddess and Gods. All together in one interesting story.
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