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Wolf Hollow – Nikki Jefford

A REBELLIOUS OUTCAST

Cocky. Coy. Wolf shifter. Tabor is the hollow’s only half-breed, scorned and forbidden to use his powers. Constantly overlooked despite his strengths, Tabor believes Sasha is as shortsighted as the rest of the pack until she proves there’s more to her than a blindly obedient lapdog to the council.

A DUTIFUL PUREBLOOD

Spirited, stubborn, and deeply loyal, Sasha feels the pressure from her pack to claim another pureblood, yet no one is brazen enough to defy the elders and toy with her . . . no one besides a sexy, hotheaded half-breed.

AN ATTRACTION THAT THREATENS THE FUTURE OF THE PACK

Bewildered by the deceptively proud and surprisingly sensual Sasha, Tabor would risk everything to claim her. Despite her vanishing bloodline, Sasha can’t resist the charismatic half-breed even as predators threaten their pack and the elders pressure her to breed with a pureblood.

In a fantastical post-apocalyptic world, where only the strongest survive, sometimes trusting the heart is the bravest act of all.

*Wolf Hollow is an adult fantasy romance.

I would like to thank The Next Step PR for sending me an earc of this book it is very much appreciated. This is the first book I’ve read from this author and I’ve actually never heard of her before but I was not disappointed. I loved this book I’m always looking for good werewolf books because there just doesn’t seem like there is that many good ones around but I really enjoyed this. It was amazing!

This book was very heavy in the description and it was great, it was very well written and I was sucked into the world. I loved the whole world that was created.

Tabor and Sasha I loved them. They were so cute! The way they bounced off each other before they wanted to admit they liked each other was so amusing. I liked how although they were both different they could find comfort in each other the fact that Tabor was a half-breed and Sasha was pure blood and they were both lonely so the fact they find comfort in each other I thought was sweet. I liked them together. Once they began to get together the protectiveness from both Tabor and Sasha for each other, it was so cute. Like how they would defend each other with their last breath it was cute. I loved it. They are like my favourite couple I think! I just loved how they acted with each other and that they became mates it’s so cute. I think that’s my favourite word for this story. The way they acted with each other. I loved their relationship it felt so honest and true and they both just wanted to escape from what was conditioned on them.

Alright the bloody breeding in this book, these elders are obsessed with the wolves breeding and creating more children so the hollow can be protected from danger. But the way they want on and on about having more purebred wolves from Sasha it was ridiculous! And then when one of the other wolves who I forgot the name of gets two mates and suddenly Sasha choosing Tabor as her mate is a problem! These elders are a bunch of hypocrites they want more wolves yet they want to try and dictate who they have them with. That’s not cool. The elders really annoyed me, especially when they just wanted dictate who people mated with.

The feels, this author can make me feel all the feels when a certain thing happened (trying to not spoil) Sasha and Tabor were hurting I felt it, I just wanted to give both of these babies a hug. The writing was amazing and I always love when the writer can make me feel the feels.

It’s very enjoyable story, it is a little slow at the start but once you get past that you are thrown right into the story. I loved it. I loved the werewolf aspect in this book and how they lived and the information we get about them. I loved the romance.

I felt there were some unanswered questions in this book but the way it was left makes it sound like there will be a book 2, so I am hoping it will be answered then. It will be very interesting to see where book 2 does go but I will definitely be picking it up.

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