Review: Wild Wolf (Shifters Unbound, #6) by Jennifer Ashley

Wild Wolf -  Jennifer Ashley

~ 5 Wild Wolf Stars ~ 

Wild Wolf is book six in the Shifters Unbound series by Jennifer Ashley. This book can be read as a stand alone. Ms. Ashley has created an interesting shifter world. We get red-hot love scenes and extremely likable characters, with some interesting mythology that is well thought out. 

Graham, sexy alpha wolf, keeps his feelings hidden. He’s a tough, no nonsense alpha. He is alpha of a band of wolves that have been moved down to Las Vegas shifter town. If he was not the alpha he is, his wolves would have chewed him up long ago. They need a firm hand. Misty softens his rough edges just enough.

Misty, a human who is kind, patient and doesn’t let her physically weaker human form stop her from standing up to Graham or whomever. I like her. She is no damsel in distress. I liked how she sees Graham and is able to read him and understand that he is lost in a way that he did not know about until she came into his life. 

Fabulous read! The cover is hot. Check out thous flame tattoos on Graham. Ok now for Wild Wolf. I really enjoyed the romantic aspect of this story; Graham and Misty have been dating for 8 months yet have not had sex, which is different then what we usually see in novels that feature mate bonds. Then our two main characters don’t have sex until quite a ways into the story. It worked! They make a great couple. I also liked how Misty saves Graham’s ass a few times. I also got a kick out of seeing old characters from previous books pop up again. These characters are phenomenal. We also get a nice mix of supernaturals and a new supernatural pops up gnomes (ya Gnomes). I had a laugh at this, but really enjoyed Ben. Matt & Kyle the little wolf cubs. I loved the cubs they are just so adorable. Who doesn’t love cubs?

Wild Wolf is a fantastic book whether you’re a long-time Jennifer Ashley fan or a newcomer. Great humor, sexy shifters and outstanding writing.


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