Tuesday, April 12, 2016

His Wolf's Desire By Shannon Nydia


Bradford Dalton and Jayla Stanton are both shifters. Each has their own reason for not wanting to be in a relationship with their own kind. Suddenly finding out that they are mates is a shock to both of them. There’s no way in hell these work enemies will ever be together.

Brad and Jayla are desperate to find a way to coexist with their shifter sides. They just have to contend with the fact they have sexual chemistry that is off the charts. Jayla can turn his body to steel with just a smoldering look. Brad can make Jayla quiver in anticipation with just one touch. You won’t hear either one of them complaining about succumbing to their insatiable need for the other. Sure they can have hot sex which knocks them on their ass, but that doesn’t mean they’ll ever fall for the other. Right?

Publisher's Note: This book was previously released but has been re-edited and revised for this version.

His Wolf’s Desire......

Brad and Jayla have an undeniable attraction to each other but their stubborn nature will not allow them to give in. The author was very clever in giving both sides of the emotions these two felt. Both of their reactions mirrored each other from the appraisal to the direct defiance of attraction. This was an insta-love/lust type of story. From the beginning even though they hated each other one thing they couldn’t deny was their mutual attraction.
Instead of trying to fight off the inevitable they give in and “pretend” to be dating. Jayla doesn’t date wolves and this one is like any other he is her mate. Brad has severe trust issues not having a pack doesn’t make it better. Jayla comes in and turns his world upside down. I did like the chase between the two but after a while it got old and continued throughout the whole story. I mean right until the end they were fighting their relationship at some point I wanted to say get it and let’s get to the relationship part. (the non-conflict). I did have few issues with this stories a few inconsistences. 

With all the buildup and angst I wanted more from the ending. The book left a lot of questions for me especially regarding Brad’s family. I didn’t know at times if I was reading about adults or teenagers with the prank calls and the constant denial. One of the lighter parks of the book was the two assistants Monica and Grant. They were so funny and added a little something extra to the story. Hopefully we can get a story on them soon. All in all this was a good light read. Please judge this book for yourselves and not based on this one review.  

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