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4.0 out of 5 starsWolf's Property #2
Reviewed in the United States on May 27, 2016
Marly finds herself in a bad place because she see her sister killed and the killers seen her. She need a place to hind out ! Ware was hurt in a mission to save some women from some scumbags now he needs help to get back on his feet, but he is not very nice to be around. So his MC brings in Drill Sargent bust your balls to help, little does he know it's a women and she can't believe her safe haven is with this god of a man. But trouble will come after her and he needs to save her. Let's see how they get their HEA. So enjoy the read and let's hope that Ms. Marsh writes more in this series of strong men ! !
Ware is one of the old timers in the pack, he fights to keep his place in the pack, even with his bad knee he fights and now he fights for Marley. Marley was a captive of a cruel wolf, once saved she by Ware she craves to submit to him. A hot read, great descriptions and total page turner. The narrator's are great live to hear Wares deep growl.
4.0 out of 5 starsSexy, gritty, funny and thoroughly entertaining
Reviewed in the United States on May 18, 2016
Wolf's Property (a standalone, complete romance) starts out with the end scene of Wolf's Heart, but told from the viewpoint of Ware, second in command of the Breed MC. He's a bit older, a scarred war veteran, who has seen his share of action but his loyalty to his Alpha Jace and the club is unquestionable. He and Jace have managed to rescue a human female, Marly, from less than ideal circumstances, but she knows that they are wolf shifters. To keep her from talking, and from the rest of the Club wanting to harm her, he claims her as his mate. It's a temporary claim, to keep her safe, but when Marly indicates that she wants the real deal with him, will be put aside his reservations and claim her permanently?
I loved how this story started, it was a great setup and worked really well to show the conflict between Marly and Ware right from the get-go. Even if you haven't read Wolf's Heart, you'll have no problem getting into the story. Ware is hesitant to properly claim Marly because of his age and his physical abilities. Which isn't to say that he wouldn't fight to the death for her, but rather that he worries that as other wolves in the pack see that he's getting weaker, he'll end up facing more challenges from them, and lose Marly to someone who won't treat her well. But his libido and attraction to Marly overcome his wariness and when she tells him that she'd rather take her chances with him than on her own, he's all in. He's a badass alpha male, and he wants Marly under him any way she'll let him. Sexy scenes abound as Marly and Ware find they are very compatible in the bedroom. He's got his hands full though, fighting off challenges from the other males, and keeping her safe. I have to say that I really loved Marly in this one - she had such funny internal dialogue that I constantly was stopping and highlighting sections that had me howling (pardon the pun). Lots of action, super sexy scenes, a dirty talking hero whose goal is to keep his woman happy, and secondary characters that make me want to devour all the shifter books this author writes. I'd call that a win.