Title: Wolf Games
Author: Vivian Arend
Rating: 4 Stars
Rating: 4 Stars
True love’s path never did run smooth.
Granite Lake Wolves, Book 3
After seven years of total denial, Maggie Raynor’s body—and her inner wolf—are in full revolt. Weak and shaky, she literally falls into the very large and capable arms of the Granite Lake Beta, Erik Costanov. The last thing she wants is a mate, particularly when just looking at another wolf scares her to death. And one as big and sexy as Erik? Really bad idea, no matter what her libido says.
Erik expected to meet Maggie in Whitehorse to escort her to the home of her sister, his pack’s Omega. Sheer chance puts him in the right place at the right time to catch her, but the realization that hits him with the force of a full body shot is no accident. She’s his mate. An even bigger shock? She wants no part of him—not until she resolves her issues.
"> She’ll have to work fast, because they’re both selected to represent the pack during the premier sporting event for wolves in the north. Not only will she have to work as a team with Erik, she’ll have to face down her fear of wolves. Let the Games begin.
Warning: Contains uber-sexy werewolves of Russian descent, reluctant mates and exotic travels through the Yukon wilderness. Includes sarcasm and hot nookie under the Midnight Sun.
Get ready for some hot and sexy wolf games!
“Wolf Games” was a short, but steamy read that curled my toes and had me salivating for a taste of sexy werewolf Erik. Not only was this one hot wolf he was also one of the sweetest guys you will ever meet. He really knows how to treat his mate Maggie and shows her nothing, but kindness and understanding. The relationship wasn’t rushed either and there was definitely chemistry between these two. There was a lot of hilarious sarcasm used in this book as well. Most of it coming from Maggie, but that’s why I love her. The only real complaint I have about this book was that we didn’t get to know much about Erik’s back story.
Come on and join the fun check out “Wolf Games” by Vivian Arend.
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