Book Club Thursday: Clearing Off the Shelves
Welcome back to Book Club Thursday!
This week we are doing "Clearing Off the Shelves" where we will read a review a book that's been sitting on our book shelves for more then six months. If your anything like me you buy way more then you can read and book just keep piling up.
Well my fellow Book Club Thursday do the same thing. So we decided this this the perfect time to start reading all those books collecting dust.
Each of us will read any review didn't books so you need to stop by each of the blogs to find out what they read. Here's the link to our Book Club Thursday Tab make sure to stop by and see all the fun we are going to be up to!
Any Series or Category (Harlequin or Silhouette..etc)
This month I'm going to do "Shifters" I was in the mood for a sexy animal!
Logan Hunter has finally found a woman he wants for his mate. The problem is, she's already married to his best friend, Graham Winters, who also happens to be his boss—Alpha of the Silverback Clan.
Honor Tate found herself moving up through the ranks of the White Paw Clan, attaining the position of beta when she was only fifteen. Nine years later the Alpha of the White Paw Clan is gone, leaving her to serve as alpha in his stead. Unexpectedly facing challenges from several males in her pack, she asks Graham Winters to acknowledge her right as the new Alpha. It's either that, or fight every would-be challenger, quite possibly to the death—theirs or hers.
Instead, Graham sends Logan to determine Honor's fitness as the new Alpha of her pack. Logan's grateful for the chance to get the hell out of town and get his raging hormones under control. Too bad for him that those hormones are going to rage even harder when he meets Honor face to face and realizes that sometimes fate is smarter than your average were.
Welcome to my first Book Club Thursday post of the year! I'm so happy that we can be here doing this for another year. We might have made some changes but I think you'll agree they are for the best.
Since we are first doing our Clearing Off the Shelves post I had to figure out what I wanted to read. Which was so hard because lets face it, I'm behind on a lot of books! So when I went to check out my bookshelves my eyes landed on Hungry Like a Wolf by Christine Warren. I'm happy to say it's older then 6 month (remember, the book has to be older the 6 months) in fact it was published in 2013 so I think I'm safe.
I really enjoy Warren's books and hater that she ended her The Other Series. Of course I am really enjoying her Gargoyle series too. Yes, I realize that they came after her Other series and that I jumped ahead, but I did the others for a review.
I was introduced to The Other series at one of my first RT Conventions. I had never read her before but the book sounded good so I gave it a try. I'm so glad I did. I really love her writing. With all that being said, lets move on to reviewing Hungry Like a Wolf.
I will admit that I wasn't a total fan of Honor's. At times she bugged that crap out of me. The story seemed to be more about her anger then their romance. It made reading the story slow going, but not impossible.
After a while I got over her and into the story. Or did I?
I'm going to be honest I can't say I ever really liked her but I was still able to enjoy the story as a whole. I think that was because of Logan. I really enjoyed him. His character was enough for me to continue to read the story. I hate when that happens but I understand just like in real life, you can't like everyone.
Even with what I said, this is a good addition to the series and should be read. Here series is a little weird. I'm not sure if it's how she wrote it or how the publisher bought the books are released them. So I would go in order of the list on her website. It might make it a little easier to read the series.
You'd think that now that I read Hungry Like a Wolf I'd be totally caught up on her but no such luck. I have one more book of hers to read and it's with one of my favorite characters of hers...
Rafael De Santos
His book is Drive Me Wild and I'm not sure how I keep forgetting about it. Oh well, I just have way to much to read.
If you've read Hungry Like a Wolf or any other of her books I'd love to hear your thoughts. Thanks for visiting with me and happy reading!
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