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Author: Alisa Woods
Publisher: Sworn Secrets Publishing
Date of Publication: January 2nd, 2016
After the enthralling paranormal River Pack Wolves saga (Jaxson, Jace and Jared) concluded, I thought I’d not be reading about them again but I’m so happy their stories are continuing as secondary characters in the Wilding Pack Wolves series! The first book in this series was ‘Wild Game’ another 5* novel for me that I thoroughly enjoyed and this new novel continues with the excellent, developing problems following the unasked for ‘outing’ of wolf shifters, including some of their names, addresses and businesses by vigilante anti-shifter hate groups determined to destroy them.
As someone seems to be targeting shifters using the WildLove app, Noah Wilding uses the app to set up a date whilst others watch in the hope of finding just who is planting the bombs. He certainly didn’t expect to fall for his shy date, Emily Jones, who turns out to be the lead programmer for the app. She has her own secrets and reasons for trying to hook up with a shifter but the attraction is there between the two but she can’t be his mate – can she? With ruthless killers out to get shifters, Emily and Noah team up to catch them but can they keep themselves safe and capture the vigilantes? What other secrets are awaiting being revealed? You’ll just have to read it yourself to find out!
This is another riveting read that I finished in one sitting, a real page turner. To give you some idea about how much I enjoy this series, I received an ARC of this book from the author today and started reading it as soon as I’d finished the book I had been reading – even though I’ve quite a lot of others already on my to be read pile – this couldn’t wait! The author has created a brilliant, well defined and complex group of characters who interact through the different series and I’m enjoying learning more about all of them. I continue to be impressed how the romances develop alongside the thread running through each saga in the developing mystery and threats. I’d love to meet Mama River, she’s so caring and considerate – I know it’s doubtful but please can she have a romance of her own some day? I also appreciate how the author properly concludes each story before leaving the reader with a hook into the next book in the series . . . I really want to know what happens next!
Many thanks to the author for providing me with an ARC of this book to read in exchange for this, my honest review.
She’s human who loves shifters. He’s an ex-Army shifter with a dark secret.
Sparks fly when they swipe right for WildLove.
Noah Wilding’s family is being targeted by an anti-shifter hate group—so he took a medical leave from the Army to return home and help out. At least, that’s the story he’s told everyone… and he hopes his dark secret will stay buried in Afghanistan.
Emily Jones is the lead programmer for WildLove, the new app that hooks up shifters and humans for a night of hot sex and no commitments. Only she hasn’t had a date herself in years… ever since that dark day when her family didn’t protect her when she needed them most. She figures one magical night with a hot wolf will help her finally move on with her life.
When Noah swipes right for Emily, she thinks her dream one-night-stand is about to come true. But with a hate group planting car bombs during WildLove hookups, Noah and Emily are on the front lines of love. They have to hunt down a killer before he strikes again… and before they do more than heat up the sheets. Because humans and shifters might get “Wild for a Night”… but they’re not supposed to fall in love.
WILD LOVE is a complete novel with HEA, the second in the Wilding Pack Wolves series. All stories are standalone, but for maximum reader enjoyment, they’re best read in order. Contains scorching hot shifters, alpha military heroes, and sexy female programmers. Only readers over 18 should dive into the dangerously hot world of the Wilding Pack Wolves.
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Many thanks to the author for letting me read an ARC of this book in exchange for this, an honest review.