Review of Claimed By The Wolf Brotherhood (Packs Of The Pacific Northwest #1) by Meg Ripley

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Werewolf Rules…

 

Genre: Paranormal Romance

Book Length (Est.): 39 Pages

Book Description/Synopsis:  

Determined to make a name for herself, Aiza Simpson decides to purchase the neighborhood tavern that she’s been working at for years. When Portland’s nefarious werewolf biker pack, The Wolf Brotherhood, threatens to stake their claim on Aiza’s tavern, she vows to defend what’s rightfully hers—no matter the cost.

But Aiza might be biting off more than she can chew. Although she’s a tough wolf who can stand her own, she has no idea what dangers the Wolf Brotherhood have in store for her.

Her maker—and lover—Dwight is the only person she can turn to for help. There’s something about the fire in his touch that makes her troubles melt away; something about his alluring gaze that makes him irresistible, but Aiza isn’t sure that she can fully trust him—he is, after all, a member of the Wolf Brotherhood.

When Dwight conjures up a plan to stage her death and save her from the Brotherhood’s inevitably brutal wrath, Aiza resists at first, but quickly realizes that she’s all out of options.

Can Aiza trust him to protect her territory and save her life? Or is he only using her to further his own ambitions?

Jennifer’s Review: 

*I received this book free from the author in exchange for an honest review*

This is basically just an intro into the characters and storyline.

Aiza is a stubborn bar owner who doesn’t want to pay the brotherhood ‘for protection’. After two brotherhood bodies fall in her and Dwight’s wake she finds out her maker hadn’t been completely honest with her.

Dwight gives off major scumbag warning lights. He’s basically using Aiza as his own personal zombie bride and she doesn’t even know it thanks to the powers he has over her.

For such a short book it surprised me that the continuity is off. She’s naked from the transformation, but then he lifts her skirt, oh and then she’s naked again and discovers her clothes were shredded when she had to turn into a wolf. So how was there a skirt to lift?

There’s not a lot of depth to the characters so it’s difficult to care about any of them, but it’s the start of the series so hopefully it’ll get better.

It leaves off on a cliffhanger as Dwight turns Aiza against her own sister in order to save what’s left of his plans.

Jenn 3 Heart

*Clicking on the book cover above will take you to the Amazon purchase page.

 

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