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I’m also loving the pop culture references. The gnomes that “don’t use blue boxes and sonic screwdrivers.” The shy bear shifter reminiscent “of Steve Rodgers in the Captain America comics.” The magical RA who stalks off like “Fleur Delacour telling Mrs. Weasley off in the Harry Potter books.” The lone human studying magical law with raised eyebrows a la Dr. McCoy from Star Trek. I get the definite feeling the author and I are reading the same books and watching the same sci-fi serials!
Her writing is fluent in feel-good, ROM/COM styles that make for quick, light reads.
Book Three, Of Wolf and Peace, I found a bit different from the first two in the series. A good portion of the novel was spent explaining the rules between the two courts, the Goblin King and Sidhe Queen. It became a little confusing keeping track of who was playing for which team.
I am interested to see how this all factors into the overall series plot in future novels.
My YES moment allows me to thank wrestling and Shawn Michaels. Having been a fan for years, I knew exactly what 'kipped up' meant without needing Google!
Anyone who likes paranormal romance should love this series. I suggest you read them in order.
When I started reading Of Wolf and Peace, I immediately noticed a couple of differences between it and the second book in the series, Fangs for the Memories. The first difference was how quickly I was drawn into the action as Josh found himself evading unknown intruders. This compelled me to read more in order to find out who, or what, Josh was escaping from.
The second difference was that Perry revealed a lot more information about the history of the Sidhe Queen and the Goblin King and shifter politics in this book. I always enjoy discovering the histories of the magical worlds and beings created by authors, and Perry has created a very complex and convincing world. I found myself liking Josh and Nox more because I had a better understanding of the political implications of their romance, and I was mesmerized by Perry's ability to maintain a precarious balance of lightheartedness and suspense.
"Of Wolf and Peace" is a clean, light magical romance that is easy to read and can be read as a standalone novel. I highly recommend it for fans of books like "Harry Potter," "The Hunger Games," and "Miss Peregrine's Home for Peculiar Children."
Providence Paranormal College is a place of higher learning for all beings, extrahuman and human alike.
Of Wolf and Peace by D.R. Perry is the third installment of this wonderfully fun series.
Young Alpha Wolf, Josh Dennison, believes he's found his mate, but outdated laws say he has to be neutral.
Then there is Nox, his potential mate, who has pissed off the Sidhe Queen. What will he do to save his mate?
Solid and fun 5-star read. I couldn't put it down.
***Review has been done in conjunction with Nerd Girl Official