Read these two a long time ago but didn’t bother to follow this series as I disagreed with the disgusting plot in book one. Amazon will not let me use a specific word to state what is allowed to nearly happen.
I was able to get the whole series free through Smashwords so have re-read them before starting the rest.
This author has really not done herself any favours with these first two books in this series. Book one could do with a total change of plot rewrite.
Having read more books from this author, she does seem to have a varied opinion of her own sex. In Awaken A Wolf, the women were nothing more than sex objects and yet in others they have been strong, smart and capable.
1 - MATE OF HER HEART
1.5 stars. Not what I was expecting from this author.
I understand the pack politics and though I vehemently disagree with Acksel's interfering attitude, I was more angered over the kiss and make up attitude at the end.
Where was the feisty heroine standing up to her ratbag of an Alpha brother for everything he has done wrong? Why did the father not say anything?
Poor Luke does nothing wrong but defend Eveny and gets the hell beaten out of him but hey, it is wolf politics, so understandable and acceptable.
I only hope that Acksel learns from this experience because he is a shitty alpha so far.
Read and reviewed a long time ago but was disappointed in this author for writing this drivel.
2 - THE ALPHAS HEART
Acksel spends the first half being as completely unlikeable as he was in book one. Never really redeems himself, though I didn’t end up hating him as much.
Brynn is the typical heroine who is treated like dirt but forgives every wrong within five minutes.
The fact she puts up with all the she wolves, many of whom have had sex with Acksel, giving her crap for ages before putting them in their place, shows she is not that strong of an alpha female. She needed external items to do it too.
Other characters are introduced to continue this series.
Read and reviewed a long time ago but can only be read in the box set now.
(reviewed 6 months after purchase)