Friday, December 4, 2015

Review: Wild Game by Alisa Woods

Title: Wild Game
Author: Alisa Woods
Series: Wilding Pack Wolves #1
Genre: Urban Fantasy/Romance/Adult
Publisher: ??
Publication Date: December 7th 2015
Edition: Kindle Edition
Source: Received from author for review
Purchase: Amazon US

      Her pack is being hunted. He’s a bodyguard with a secret. The Wolf Hunter is targeting them both.
     Owen Harding hasn’t shifted since he was in Agent Smith’s experimental cages—the only thing this ex-Army Texas boy is afraid of is what kind of beast he’s become. But with a hate group issuing more threats against the Wilding pack than you can shake a stick at, Owen’s doing what he can as a personal bodyguard. If only the Wilding girl he’s tasked with keeping alive wasn’t so damn sexy… and completely off limits. 
     Nova Wilding’s father was assassinated, leaving her a gaming company to run, a new game to release, and a pack full of wolves who want her for a mate… including a beta who’s determined to have Nova and her company. Choosing someone outside the pack will tear it apart, but Nova can’t stop watching the hot shifter who’s keeping watch over her.
     When Nova barely escapes an attempt on her life, she finds herself in Owen’s arms… but her sexy new bodyguard is absolutely the wrong man at the wrong time. While Nova fights to keep her father’s business afloat, and Owen fights to keep her alive, the Wolf Hunter is playing a dangerous new game that might destroy them both.

I knew I'd love this book. Nova and Owen Are two more amazing characters that Alisa Woods has created and I now can't pick which of her characters I love the most.

We finally get Owen's book, and it was totally worth the wait. We get to find out more of that happened to Owen when he was at the mercy of the experiments on shifters, and what that did to him.

Nova, we hadn't met her before now, but she was a very likable character. Though I do have to question her professionalism wearing Cosplay costumes to work all the time. At events, I can understand. But the office seems, to me at least, a little juvenile. 

The antagonist in this book was actually pretty threatening, and more than once I thought a certain shifter that was also vying for Nova's attention might be working for "The wolf hunter". That certainly would have been an interesting twist.

I am really looking forward to reading more of the books in this series as well as any other books/series in the future by this author. There's not much more I can say with out spoiling the book.

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