Monday, October 12, 2015

REVIEW: Winter Wolf by Rachel M. Raithby

Received a copy off NetGalley in exchange for an honest review.

Book Blurb: Katalina Winter has been living for eighteen years with a secret hidden inside of her, a secret not even she knew. With this secret comes consequences, expectations, ones she’s not willing to fulfill; she’ll give her heart to whomever she wishes, even if he is a Dark Shadow wolf…

Katalina must navigate her way through a world at war, where the alpha is law and only the strong survive. True love is powerful, but some people will go to any lengths to destroy it.

My Review: This book is basically about a eighteen year old girl who loses her adopted parents and finds out that she is a wolf shifter the same day. Katalina, the main character is very whiny. Instead of hearing her real father out she is always yelling at him and trying to escape. I can understand that her loyalty is to the parents that raised her since she was a baby but she doesn't even try to hear him out. I think some of the situations that happened could have been avoided if she had just calmed down and thought about the situation she was in. Yeah it was pretty shitty that her father promised her to another wolf shifter without her say so but damn she needs to control her damn temper.

This book was very good and I couldn't put it down until I finished it. Yes I admit I would have enjoyed it better if the heroine wasn't such a whiny little brat. But taken as a whole it's a good book. I am looking forward to the next book in the series.

Rating: ★★★★☆


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