Reviewed by Susan65
Title: Hungry for His Wolf
Series: Bloodlines #4
Genre: MM Paranormal
Length: 104 Pages
Publisher: Twisted E-Publishing, LLC
Release Date: August 8, 2016
Available at: Amazon and Barnes & Noble
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Blurb: Alpha of the Eastern Wolves, owner of McManus Security, and confidant to the king, Julian has his hands full. He doesn’t have time for love, but he’s not above enjoying a little lust from time to time, especially after meeting the new Coywolf senator he can’t seem to stop thinking about.
Jared feels an instant attraction to the alpha and willingly falls into bed with him—before misfortune threatens to change both of their lives.
When Julian stands up and takes responsibility for his actions, Jared is stripped of everything he is. Handed over to Julian as mere chattel, Jared can’t help but rebel at every turn.
But he can’t fight the growing feelings he has for the alpha…
Review: This series is another guilty pleasure of mine. I love paranormal romances, and even though this book is shorter than I prefer, I didn’t feel as if I was missing anything. As this is the fourth book in the Bloodlines series, most of the players are already well known and no back story was needed for the blooming romance between Julian and Jared.
Jared is the new Senator for the Coywolfs, a mixed breed of wolves, and Julian is the leader of the Eastern wolves, a pure blood wolf pack. This series is all about the prejudices that the mixed breed wolves have dealt with and them finally getting a spot on the Senate. Julian is a great guy, but even he puts his foot in his mouth more than once. Fortunately, Jared is smitten and even though he constantly throws Julian’s words back at him, he understands and accepts Julian’s attempts at trying to see his side.
What wasn’t expected was the great Julian losing control and Jared being forced to pay the piper. What was expected was that this would be mpreg, but ouch, that was painful. I was not a happy girl with how that part played out…my heart was all cracked and I kept expecting it to be a mistake. Fortunately, the ending put a nice sized band aid on my heart and it ended on a great note.
My biggest complaint is the fact that they both had J names and that caused me to constantly stop and try to remember who was speaking. It’s definitely a me-issue, but I really don’t like when the main characters’ names are close. But if that is all I can find wrong, then I think it’s safe to say this was a winner.
Overall Impression: I really liked it
*I received a copy of this book from the publisher in return for a fair and honest review.*