Oh, I had such a hard time with the heroine’s first name. I mean Mairin would not sound nice in my mind no matter how many times or how many accents I said it in, and in the end, I was okay with all the pet names given to her. Mai? Irin? Both better than put together.
Mairin Perdita is a foster wolf in her pack. The Ravensword Pack is a crap factory of tools except for a handful of wolves, and upon her mate reveal ceremony, she finds that it can only worsen. Soon she is forsaken by her true mate and sent to her death.
Good for you, Mairin, the Alpha is a right tosser, and he should have been given a whingy wolf for a mate. You were done well by the sea! Which delivers her to the Fall Mountain Pack. Into the hands of their four Alphas: Henderson, Silas, Ragnar, and Valentine.
I liked the back story of this book a lot. Her Wolves has exciting mythology, and it isn’t revealed until the last pages, but it is well worth the reading to get there. Trey, Saffron, and Seraphim are all great side characters, and I especially adore Trey. God, I’m not usually a sucker for kids–normally, I fall for the adorable pet, but Trey is exceptional.
I can’t wait for book two. I just read Jaymin Eve’s Rejected, which has a similar theme but is IMO a more dynamic story. But that is also possibly since I’m a Jaymin Eve Junkie. Her Wolves is a great story, though, so go for it!
About G. Bailey:
G. Bailey is a USA Today bestselling author of books that are filled with everything from dragons to pirates. Plus, fantasy worlds and breath-taking adventures. Oh, and some swoon-worthy men that no girl could forget. G. Bailey is from the very rainy U.K. where she lives with her husband, two children and three cheeky dogs. And, of course, the characters in her head that never really leave her, even as she writes them down for the world to read! Come and say hello in my reader’s group on Facebook called Bailey’s Pack.
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