Saturday, December 5, 2015

Review: Jared by Alisa Woods

Title: Jared
Author: Alisa Woods
Series: River Pack Wolves #3
Genre: Urban Fantasy/Romance/NewAdult
Publisher: ??
Publication Date: November 3rd 2015
Edition: Kindle Edition
Source: Given by author for review
Purchase: Amazon US 

He was broken by the war. She has a secret that will destroy her family.
     Ex-Marine sniper Jared River left the war, but the war never really left him. He’s a broken wolf who’s only good for one thing now—killing men. And he’s peering down his scope at Senator Krepky, the anti-shifter politician about to ruin the lives of all the shifters Jared loves.
     Grace Krepky is the daughter of the Senator, a good girl with a passion for her father’s politics and who’s earned her way into being his campaign manager. Only problem? She’s secretly a shifter… and the clock is ticking until her own father inadvertently forces that secret into the open, ruining both their lives.
     Jared’s all set to pull the trigger when he sees something shocking through the Senator’s glass walls—his daughter is a wolf. Jared puts his gun aside to go after the fleeing girl, but he already knows this can only end in one of two ways—either he’ll convince her to reveal herself to the Senator and stop his anti-shifter legislation, or Jared will have to assassinate her father.
If only she wasn’t making him come alive again…


For some reason, I didn't post my review here on my blog when I wrote it. Luckily I saved it because I signed up to get the Arc's of her books and to get them I have to post a review on Amazon... anyways, here is my very late review of the final book in the River Pack Wolves trilogy.

I don't know why, but I feel like this was the best in the series. 
Jared was mysterious, and I was very curious about his past and why he felt he was broken. The other River brothers, weren't as broken as they had assumed, and I was really looking forward to learning more about Jared.

He was such a sweet guy hiding behind basically a broken heart. His mate had died while he was over seas and he blamed himself. His story kind of broke my heart a little. But when he met Grace, I knew he was going to get the happily ever after I knew he deserved. 

Grace was a really interesting character, a wolf in hiding and a White wolf on top of all that. I look forward to learning more about that if she's in future books. 
But Grace was smart and a side from hiding her wolf side from everybody she was confident and knew how to get what she wanted. 

I also really loved how they solved the Agent Smith corrupt Senate side of the story. And that cliffhanger, Oh man, I can't wait for the next series.

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