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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.
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I thoroughly enjoyed this book! At first, I wasn't sure what to expect because Nikki Jefford is a new author for me, but I love paranormal romance and the cover looked great, so I jumped in.
The opener had me thinking that maybe I'd read the blurb wrong because of the situations Sasha and Tabor were in. Of course, I read it two times after that to make sure, lol. Turns out, my impatience had gotten the best of me. Tabor was somewhat of an outcast due to the elder's fears and quite a bit of the pack not accepting him. He's the only half-breed wolf/wizard and his entire life has been filled with ridicule and bullying. I loved his character though. I liked that he let Sasha be the leader. I liked that he recognized his weaknesses, but at the same time accepted his strengths. He was such a sweet man, even though his life had been more struggle than anything.
I hated that Sasha felt the weight of obligation so heavily. She held the impossible mantle of leadership amongst men who would have her be more of a puppet than anything else. Even when she felt as though everyone had cast her aside as no more than a breeder and cared nothing about her happiness and wants, she still remained loyal to her pack. Just when she finally decided to go for what she wanted and be happy her past came back to threaten everything she held dear.
I hate that there was so much manipulation and underhandedness among the pack leaders, only out to get what they wanted, but it made for a very entertaining read. The emotion within the pages and the depth of the characters was amazing. The plot was extremely well-paced and kept me intrigued throughout the entire book. If I had to say one thing I didn't like, it was the distinction between the different types of wolves. I would've liked more background on the differences among them, but it didn't detract from the book at all.
Hopefully, there's more to come from Wolf Hollow (Wolfrik? Elsie?) and I look forward to more from his author.
**I received an ARC and voluntarily reviewed.**
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