Fated For Her Wolves by Tara West
Can you jump into book 6 without having read books #1-5? The answer is yes, because that’s exactly what I did. The author provides just enough relevant background detail to allow you to understand the story, without totally spoiling previous books for you.
Would I have enjoyed this more had I read those 5 books? Possibly but it was still a good read, that I’m happy to recommend to anyone who enjoys PNR. I did have a personal dislike of the word “ribbon” being used as a euphemism for the vulva/labia area but as things stand that isn’t a biggie.
The book is written third person from several viewpoints, which is perhaps more typical of the urban fantasy genre, but I liked it and the way it allowed the story to evolve. I really liked Tatiana, even Dimitri won me over in the end. Out of the four brothers I really didn’t feel as though I knew Andrei at all. There seemed to be characteristics/traits that were inherent from the males birth order and their position within the quartet, however not having read the previous books I did struggle a little bit with that aspect.
The story was action packed, full of intrigue, danger and peril. I found myself totally caught up in it, enjoying the unexpected twists and turns of the plot. The ending was a little open, presumably setting up for the next book. My personal preference would be for it to feature this quintet as it’s heroes and heroine, because whilst this book does have a HEA their story didn’t feel quite complete. Even if it doesn’t I will still be continuing with the series and can’t wait for the next book.
Genre – Reverse Harem, PNR
Goodreads – https://www.goodreads.com/book/show/54640359-fated-for-her-wolves
Is fate’s bond strong enough to save their love?
For five long years, Tatiana Thunderfoot has longed for her fated mates, wishing she could complete the bond but feeling unworthy of their love; her cruel words had unintentionally sent their mother into a hunter’s crosshairs.
Pressured by her family, she agrees to complete the bond with the four Romanian wolf-shifter brothers, but after making them wait so long, she fears that bond may no longer exist, and she’s unsure how to win their love again.
Constantine, Dimitri, Andrei, and Dejan Lupescu have longed for Tatiana to return to them. No matter how many times they assured her their wicked mother’s death wasn’t her fault, she still hesitated. At their wits’ end, they can’t help the resentment that festers like a demon’s burn. When three powerful, angry demons try to take over their Romanian town, they realize they have much bigger problems, especially when the creatures set their sights on Tatiana. They need to save their fated mate before they lose her forever.