Book Review: Rogue Wolf by Heather Long

March 19, 2015 4.5 Bullet Rating, Book Review 0

Book Review: Rogue Wolf by Heather LongRogue Wolf by Heather Long
Series: Wolves of Willow Bend #4
Also in this series: Wolf Bite, Wolf Claim, Wolf At Law, Bayou Wolf
Published by Self Published on February 27, 2015
Genres: Paranormal Romance, Shifter Romance
Pages: 183
Format: eBook
Source: Personally Purchased
Salvatore Esposito’s arrival in Willow Bend promises potential problems for the North American packs. The Italian Alpha’s hunt for his missing sister has dared him to cross an ocean and venture into unfriendly territory.

Margo Montgomery’s return to pack lands threatens the fragile peace. An enforcer, she monitors the lone wolves and is investigating a sudden rash of missing wolves from multiple territories. Ordered to escort the Salvatore to Willow Bend, she’s not thrilled. There’s bad blood between she and the current Alpha of Willow Bend, but they soon discover a new danger—a lone wolf gone rogue.

Now Margo will tackle the hunt for that rogue—a hunt made all the more dangerous by Salvatore’s insistence on joining her, because it becomes readily apparent the rogue they hunt isn’t alone—he’s forming a pack and took Salvatore’s sister as his mate.

Rogue Wolf by Heather Long is the fourth book in her Wolves of Willow Bend series.  If you are a fan of werewolves and romance, you should certainly check this series out!

Margo is possibly one of my favorite female characters so far this year.  I truly adored her and her story.  Long does a seamless job making you fall in love with Margo and Salvatore.  They might be my favorite shifter couple since Adam and Mercy (Patricia Briggs).  I cannot even describe why it is they worked so well and I think that makes Rogue Wolf even more memorable.  The biggest difference is the small fact that Margo and Salvatore have one novella dedicated to them instead of a whole series.  Ok, now that I just realized that little fact, I am officially bummed out.

Long dished out a lot of unexpected twists and turns and did a great job tying it all together.  The build-up and bits of action kept me up late at night flipping the pages.  The dynamics between the lone wolves, like Margo, and the packs brings a fresh feel to the werewolf world.  Any fan of werewolves is sure to enjoy this paranormal romance series!

I rate Rogue Wolf 4.5 out of 5 Bullets!

4.5 Bullet Rating

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

annie review

Leave a Reply