This was a pretty good for a short read. This was the first book that I have read by Marisa Cheney. I'm certain it won't be the last. I chose this book because I love shifter stories & the synopsis was really interesting. Many of this authors books have shown up on my Kindle recommendations list yet I had never took a chance on her work. Probably due to the fact that I always check out the length of the book & her books tend to be a bit on the short side. I actually like the longer length stories because I enjoy getting to know the characters. I need more material to do that. However, I am so glad that I finally took a chance on her work because I really did enjoy the book. It was well written with flawless editing. Another strong point for me.... I hate it when the book I am reading has an excessive amount of mistakes. Sometimes that ruins the whole story for me. That is actually one of my pet peeves & the cause of the only truly bad review that I've ever written. No such problem here. This book shows that this author cares about the good quality of her work.
I liked the story line. It was interesting to see Maggie overcome her fears enough to accept Dolf. I have to say that I felt bad for him at first. I am left wondering, however, if Brand will finally be united with his mate in a future book. Oh, and don't forget about Chris. I would like to see him find his mate also. Let me just say... that I would pay to see that. I recommend this book. And I will definitely be checking out the rest of "The Wolves of East Anglia ".
Maggie can’t deny she’s drawn to Dolf, and she’d like nothing more than to get to know him better if the whole “fur” thing didn’t freak her out, that is. After having been kidnapped by the pack leader of the werewolves sired by Fenris the wolf, she figures Dolf should be the last person to blame her for harboring a healthy dose of fear toward anything that howls at the moon. Though she’s determined to get over the traumatic incident, right now, becoming Dolf’s mate is the furthest thing from her mind.
Dolf is certain Maggie is his mate, but her terror toward his kind is keeping them apart. Worse yet, he has no idea how to win over her heart and, just as importantly, her trust. Her body and soul belong to him, and Dolf will stop at nothing to make Maggie his, even if it means ending the life of the werewolf responsible for keeping his mate from his arms.
Question is, can he?