Review: Wolf Bite by Heather Long

September 19, 2014 4 Bullet Rating, Book Review 0 ★★★★

Wolf Bite by Heather Long
Series: Wolves of Willow Bend #1
Also in this series: Wolf Claim, Wolf At Law, Rogue Wolf, Bayou Wolf
Published by Self Published on August 1, 2014
Genres: Paranormal Romance
Pages: 82
Format: eBook
Source: Personally Purchased
AmazoniBooks four-stars
After a dominance challenge left his parents dead, Mason left Willow Bend and his pack behind, choosing instead to live life on his own terms…a Lone Wolf. A wanderer, he keeps his life simple and carefree—until an unexpected encounter brings him face to face with his tragic past and the woman he’s always adored. Determined to get her out of his blood, he teases her into an easy one-night stand…but one taste will never be enough.

Alexis Huston lived on the fringe of pack life, adopted as a young girl, she’s never been strong enough, fast enough, or pretty enough—except to Mason, but then he left her. Allowed her freedom as an adult with the promise to keep the pack’s secrets, she’s struggled to fit into the ‘human’ world and then a chance meeting turns her hard-won life upside down.

Now she has to decide whether to tell the only wolf she’s ever loved that she’s pregnant or do what she has to do to protect him…keep it secret and run.


Wolf Bite is Heather Long‘s first installment in her Wolves of Willow Bend series.  Wolf Bite started out and ended with greatness.

Long did a fantastic job starting and ending this first book.  Series starters are always so difficult for this reviewer. Mostly because I am trying to learn a new world while completing a complete story.  I think she did a great job at both. I enjoyed the chemistry between Mason and Alexis.  Especially trying to figure out, not only the complexity of their history, but the pack dynamic as well.

Wolf Bite certainly focused on Mason and Alexis, but I felt most of their story really paved the way to a much bigger story.

The only thing that didn’t work for me was a felt the middle was a little slow.  But, since I obsessively  was absorbed into the story and didn’t put it down until the end I feel that was really a very minor problem.

This is a series that pulled me in and left me pre-ordering book #2 of the Wolves of Willow Bend series.

I rate Wolf Bite 4 out of 5 Bullets!

4 Bullet Rating

I personally purchased this title.  All opinions are my own and were not influenced in any way.

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