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The Wolf Prince (Harlequin Nocturne Series #157)

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  • Anonymous

    Posted May 19, 2013

    Great book

    This book is the most best seller i ever read it os a book where you should read over and over it is the most best one of the whole world you should buy it and i am telling the truth i am not a lier my mom and i read it at night togetget annd it eas s very book that this morning i stunk the nook out in the tent of my dads it was my brother he was in there as my dad was in to but man he is a deep sleeper an my brother jhon asked "why do you have moms nook "? i did not awnser so he knew it was that book i krept quiety out to my frinds house the arlam rang all of our dogs barked i hud in the bushes when i heard dad where is my liittle army girl she is a tiughf girl he meant me and my new lab pup army atmy tried to run to dad i grabed her by the hranes as i saw her brotjer brbe did to i was in a very weird way as both of the lab puppies pulled by the harness my moms nook fell CRASH t toally broke my dads dog big bone heard o

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  • Posted April 9, 2013

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    I was a little disappointed when I didn┬┐t get the dark prince I

    I was a little disappointed when I didn’t get the dark prince I thought I was getting from the cover. The book had a lot of promise, but I found it fell a bit short. I found myself really getting into the romance in the beginning, but not so much afterwards even though there was still quite a bit of passion. But that’s another thing. I was feeling the romance in the beginning, but then when it came to their “love scene” it was awkward in my opinion. But, I really wasn’t feeling the story and some of the characters. I felt like there was more background info to this novel that I was missing mainly with regards to Ruben and his family. I looked into it and there is no indication that this is a part of a series or even a spin-off. Let me know if I’m wrong because I would definitely like the background info. That all being said I did still enjoy the novel. I liked Ruben even though he wasn’t as much of a bad-boy as I expected, and I liked Willow who was very down to earth despite her up bringing. I did enjoy the adventure although there wasn’t much of a mystery as everything is basically revealed in the beginning. But all in all it was a good read filled with romance and passion and a pretty good villain.




    Good:




    Ruben—Although not exactly the bad boy type he was a conflicted. He’s torn between being a wolf forever and bring the prince and future ruler that his parents want him to be. He’s hot, loyal, determined, and protective,




    Willow-She comes from two world (the light and the dark) and hasn’t had the best of upbringings. Yet, she’s sweet, nice, and loyal and just trying to live her life.




    Bad: 




    Their “love scene” was not the greatest. 




    There were some things about the novel that I just wasn’t feeling. I didn’t understand some of the character’s motivation—I get that they were evil and selfish, but I figured there would be more.




    Overall (Writing style, story line, and general):




    Overall, the story was easy to follow. I didn’t have to re-read anything and I found that it was actually a fast moving story. I enjoyed the world that was created in this story and I love stories about the fae. I enjoyed the main characters and found that the villain was a pretty evil character. There may have been some parts of the story that lacked depth but it was still a good romance and adventure novel.




    This book was provided courtesy of the author/publisher for review; however, this is no way affected my review.

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  • Posted April 2, 2013

    The wolf tormented by his own soul and the soothing Willow.The i

    The wolf tormented by his own soul and the soothing Willow.The inner turmoil of a man who wants to let the inner wolf rule, which also means letting the human male be consumed by the wolf. In the midst of this crisis the wolf prince meets a woman who is a fae Dr Doolittle of sorts.
    Her secrets make her part of two worlds and she wanders around in a third just for fun. Slipping through to the world of the prince sets off a string of events that change both their futures forever.
    Willow is a victim of fae racism, her sister is a narcissist and her parents are not interested in her at all. This just makes her more determined to seek the answers to her many questions.
    So the struggling wolf prince and the unusual fae princess find themselves entangled in a web of murder and enchantment.
    This is a pleasant afternoon read. It has just the right amount of excitement, danger, love and heartbreak to quell the thirst of a reader looking for something uncomplicated to read.
    It lacked a certain spark to make it exceptional. Pleasant is neither memorable nor extraordinary.
    I received a free copy of this book via Netgalley.

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