- File Size: 1333 KB
- Print Length: 330 pages
- Simultaneous Device Usage: Unlimited
- Publisher: Rom Tell That (June 13, 2017)
- Publication Date: June 13, 2017
- Sold by: Amazon Digital Services LLC
- Language: English
- ASIN: B071J8G7HL
- Text-to-Speech: Enabled
- Word Wise: Enabled
- Lending: Enabled
- Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #28,151 Paid in Kindle Store (See Top 100 Paid in Kindle Store)
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Her Scottish Wolf (Howls Romance): Loving World Kindle Edition
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Theodora touch to it. Instead of getting the yeah, yeah, she has a crush on her boss and they get together yada yada that makes for a nice quick read. This book gave you a taste of the insight into Theodora's wolves and took their lupine community to Scottland so we could see how the European wolves lived. The story was a nice quick read with good descriptions of the characters and the usual type of story twists that I have come to expect from the talented TT and all in all this is a great addition to the collection and it made me feel like even though this was not one of the 50 states series, that I was still getting a fulfilled story that holds up to those in the 50 states collection. Milly is a heroine that I can identify with. She thinks she is meek but in actuality is stronger than most. Not many people can survive what she has and still function, (can't say to much or I'll spoil it.) Let alone in the first few pages, I knew she was a saint to be able to handle her job. She may have been dubbed Milly mouse but for what she was able to live with every day, she was definitely a little Mighty Mouse. Iain was a hot but not hero. He was hot in the looks department so not in his mean little standoffish ways. As usual Theodora has explained why a man who is such. a. d___! can actually be a romantic, lovable, hero with enough strength of character to keep you reading and enjoying him. The side characters were interesting and added to the story enough to make you want to see where their lives take them. I enjoyed this book and as my usual gauge on how much I truly loved a story, I read it quickly, I tell others about the story, and I smile each time I pass it in my carousel on my kindle. I received an ARC for an honest review and by the time my review hits, you will also see that I have a verified purchase. That is because it was good enough for me to make sure that I paid for this one as well!
As for Her Loving Wolf. I did NOT like Iain at first, he actually doesn't become likable until the last chapter or two. I was actually very much disliking him but the story was so well written that I kept reading in spite of how irritating I found him. His high handed trickery had me fuming. Milly started out very very mousey and meek but gained strength as the story progressed but again not until the last chapters. I rated it as 4 stars for two reasons. First because it left way to many unanswered questions which gave it an incomplete feel to me. And second because I found myself more interested in Marcus and Tara then I did in Iain and Milly. In my humble opinion the secondary characters should not be better written than the main characters. Having said that, I really hope to be able to read Magnus and Tara's story soon. That should be very interesting and explosive.