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Born Wild – Nikki Jefford

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For three years humans forced the pureblooded wolf shifter to fight his own kind…

After escaping his human captors, Wolfrik returns to Wolf Hollow covered in scars and hostility. He wants nothing to do with pack politics and refuses to play nice. 

An injury isolated the she-wolf and left her vulnerable…

Ever since Kallie’s foot was permanently maimed in a vulhena attack, she’s been relocated to the den where Palmer—the pack’s elder and council member—is after her to become his third mate.

A heated encounter with Wolfrik gives Kallie an idea. If she can convince the wild wolf to be her bedmate, Palmer will finally leave her alone.

But when an unexpected bond forms between the pair, Kallie may have bitten off more than she can chew. Is the aggressive pureblood too damaged to settle down with a mate?

Redemption may come too late.

Forced to face his inner demons, or lose the woman he loves, Wolfrik must confront the past he’s tried so hard to forget. But the past is about to catch up to him, and old enemies could doom the entire hollow… 

So I did not know this book existed I had read Wolf Hollow and Mating Games by Nikki Jefford and then I kind of didn’t hear anything else about another book and I stumbled across this which made me really happy when I did find it. I loved Nikki’s other books and this one was no exception I loved her writing, how descriptive she is and how she built on top of the other books. The world building was amazing and we got some added in this book.

I am so glad Wolfrik got his own book when he came back to Wolf Hollow my heart broke for him he had been through so much and I just loved him. We discover more of what he went through in this book and got I felt so sorry for him and to actually read and see how his demons were affecting him in this book. I loved that. I also loved that behind his rough rough demeanour he was really sweet and did care for people although he tried to not show it.

Kallie I loved her character she did not let her injury stop her and I loved that, I hated how Palmer would try and bring her down and say she was only good enough to be his THIRD wife and a breeder like I wanted to slap him. Like no girl. You deserve better and she knew it too. I loved how much of a fighter she was and I also loved how stubborn she was and that she was willing to push past Wolfrik’s shield and show him that he was worth caring about. Kallie was the best female character out of the series. Well that’s so far.

I really loved the connection between Kallie and Wolfrik also that he started to get jealous when it came to her I loved that it was so cute. I loved that they both wanted to protect each other in their own little way, their connection was there and I loved how the relationship built between them even if it did just begin with sex. Speaking of sex, the sex was written really well and Nikki Jefford does an amazing job at writing it. They are adorably cute.

Another couple I really began to like in this book was Sparrow and Aden. It was an interesting combination especially as Sparrow was a human captive to lure her brother. I really liked the relationship that builds between them it was so lovely!

The plot was interesting it followed the same danger of the others of having humans around them and that they are closing in on their home. Wolfrik gets his revenge on the person who captured him and I loved that. We also discover the real reason Elsie (Tabor’s sister) comes and visits and I do believe her book is coming. I liked the plot I don’t want to say much more because it is truly better not really knowing.

I love that we got to see the characters in the past books, also to see their lives advance and I loved it!

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