Published February 4th, 2019
Print Length: 124 pages
Genre: Paranormal Romance, Werewolves, Romantic Comedy,
Clementine is a beautiful woman, a model, and a very wealthy squirrel shifter. She comes from generations of money and when her fiancé cheats on her, she goes a little crazy. Granted, he is trying to kill her.
Bryce is a rogue wolf shifter that has lived on the streets because he’s different. He saves Clementine when they’re young and his wolf knows that she is the love of his life, his fated mate. Years after, she needs help and he’s right there, front and center, ready to protect what’s his, even if she doesn’t know it.
What I Like:
- Clementine is a fantastic female character. She is a tough cookie and she may be a woman, but she has nuts and could crack yours too. I loved her so much that I would read the whole thing again just for her.
- Bryce is a sweetheart. It doesn’t matter that he is a rogue wolf. It doesn’t matter that he thinks she will reject him because of how others see him. He’s right there when it’s time to save the day and gives her the space she needs to prove her worth. I loved him for that.
- Squirrel jiu-jitsu on the side of the house! That was awesome! Clementine is a badass even when covered in fur.
- Character development and plot were the two things I loved the most in this book. I want a physical copy but unfortunately I can’t get one. I am considering buying the book because I read it through KU.
What I Didn’t Like:
- Bryce is a little over the top with the fact that he is a rogue and he doesn’t deserve her for that reason alone. Yes, other shifters react badly to him but that isn’t a valid reason to push her away. Good thing Clementine shows him that he was worthy to her.
- The scene of the confrontation with Grant. I’m not going to get into spoilers but I was expecting Clementine to be bloodier. For me, the scene was not as satisfactory for all the mental preparation I did while reading the book.
- I can’t say I didn’t like this but it’s worth mentioning that the book needed a little more editing. It anoyed me that from time to time I had to get out of the reading flow because of a grammar mistake. It wasn’t horrible, just small stuff but it was bothersome for me.
I will recommend this book by 1,000%. I would have given it 5 stars if it wasn’t for the grammar and the stuff with Grant vs Clementine. I will get it again and re-read because it was that awesome.