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Publisher's Summary

In a seductive new shape shifter romance from New York Times and USA Today best-selling author Anne Marsh, to take over a local pack Cajun werewolf Jace Jones must first take a mate...but she wants nothing to do with a big, bad biker who sometimes turns furry.

"'You don't have to do anything. I'm gonna take care of everything.' I mean it, too. While sinking my dick inside her tops my current wish list, I also intend to make this good for her. She's had a shit deal in life, and I absolutely want to kiss her better. The way I see it, all she has to do is enjoy. I'll do all the rest. I'm practically a Boy Scout and she can pin the medal to my goddamned chest later. First, I have my mate to kiss." - Jace Jones

To keep the peace between two rival wolf packs, Cajun werewolf Jace Jones agrees to become the alpha of The Breed pack and motorcycle club. There's just one catch: he needs to mate the former alpha's daughter and he's damned certain she hasn't chosen him. His new mate is sweet and sexy as sin, but she's also been brutalized by the pack and the last thing she needs is one more wolf in her life. But before he can take his place as leader of the Breed, he'll have to teach his woman her place...in the club, in his arms, and in his heart.

Werewolf bikers? Pass. Keelie Sue Berard has spent a lifetime trapped in the motorcycle club's misogynistic world, first as the alpha's daughter and then as a mate. She's kept her mouth shut and her head down trying to survive, so she'll do whatever it takes to walk away free to live her own life. But Jace terrifies her. He protects her. He owns her. And now he wants her.

©2016 Anne Marsh (P)2016 Audible, Inc.

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Good Book

I definitely recommend this audiobook. Both authors do a good job. It was short enough to not get boring and long enough to still have a good plot.

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My Ears Are Bleeding

Would you recommend this book to a friend? Why or why not?

The book itself was mediocre, more or less what I thought it would be. A little romance, a lot of sex. Some mindless entertainment to occupy me at work. I wouldn't recommend it with the narration it has, though.

Would you be willing to try another book from Anne Marsh? Why or why not?

I bought this as a deal, and I prefer a little more romance with the story, instead of so many sex scenes.

How could the performance have been better?

I don't usually review books, but this was hands-down the worse narration I've ever heard. The male voice was alright, nothing spectacular, but the female voice grated on my very last nerve. Looking at the other reviewers' ratings, I can't believe we listened to the same book. The southern accent may have been point-on, I don't know, but she sounded like she was trying too hard to sound sultry, always a half-whisper. The scratchiness of her voice made me think of an old woman. She reminded me of Sookie Stackhouse's grandmother in True Blood. It may have come across as a better book if my ears weren't bleeding so hard from the narration. I actually liked her rendition of the male voice better than the females.

Was Wolf's Heart worth the listening time?

No.

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I felt like Peter Griffin wrote this book.

I can not take the narrator's or the context of this book serious. I thought this was a joke. Smh.

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Bad narration. Ruined story.

Voices were all wrong for characters. I was to uncomfortable with the voices to fall into the story. At one point I had to stop and laugh because he literally did a pirate accent. She was supposed to be 21 the voice was that of a middle-aged breathy woman. The story wasn't good enough to overcome the performance.

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Very interesting...

At first I wasn’t really sure about the narrator’s voices, then as I listened to the female narrator more I found her voice really engaging and interesting. The two of them together told a really great story. I wish there was more “story” to the story but it was short and sweet and good.

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Ridiculous demeaning story

What reaction did this book spark in you? Anger, sadness, disappointment?

Disbelief

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The story is based on a vulnerable girl who is physically abused by her father and then pimped out to be raped by men he knows will viciously hurt her - on the other hand the hero holds her captive and hits her when she try’s to escape and this is sold to the readers as sexy and ‘hot’. What a man, clearly she is so emotionally damaged from all the abuse she has no self respect left and thinks that’s love.

Not an entertaining listen for me at all.

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Pretty Good, & Quick Read

I actually really enjoyed this book, which is surprising, seeing as I don’t usually like mega alpha dudes or shifters. But Marsh did a grand job of balancing out Jace Jones’ personality and making him not only believable, but like-able, which also goes for narrator Levine who helped bring the character from paper to what felt like real life. Especially with that laugh/chuckle, which for some reason also made me laugh. And then there is deWard who breathed life into our quiet heroin, giving her a reserve and inner strength that only a woman who has been through hell and back could have. I truly appreciated her voice to the character. That aside, my favorite part about this entire book was the fact that it’s shifters who are bikers, AND the great cunninglingus!

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Better than I thought it’d be

I enjoyed the book, it has helped me through a sleepless night (thanks, insomnia).
At first, Jace seemed like a typical hero for this genre, all alpha and dominant but at the same time he is a lot sweeter than most and turned out to be capable of introspection - that’s not typical and I really enjoyed it. I ended up liking him quite a bit, more than most male leads in urban fantasy or paranormal romance. (He might seriously be way up in my favorites list, because I usually don’t like the male leads much.)
Keelie is fine, too. Given her history and life, her actions make sense (in a world with werewolves, that is).
The one thing that had me grumbling a bit is that despite the heavy emphasis on rape (and I mean heavy! There is no rape scene, but it’s talked about a lot, so be prepared if that bothers you) and despite the new alpha wanting to clean house and ish, there isn’t really any talk about the consequences of rape. I get this is an erotic story and it’s good that he frees the females still trapped in forced matings, but if you have a whole pack that has been raping their women, maybe at least hint that you’re gonna get them therapeutic help? There are things that time alone won’t heal.

I had read bad reviews on the narration and ... well, yeah, Erin deWard read every line very breathy, like it was a sex scene, even when it was a normal or dangerous situation. I did get used to it eventually, but it irked me at the beginning. Other than that, the narration was good, though. I liked Noah Micheal Levin’s little laughters (for example, in a sentence like “hah! As if!” He would actually perform the “hah!” Which was really nice and brought the narration to life).

So overall, listen to the sample, if it sounds okay to you and you like the plot description (and you don’t mind some dominance and submission games with your sex scenes) give it a go. I don’t regret spending time with these two characters.

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Reluctant Pack Alpha


Jace is undercover at a rival pack. Not so much, since everyone knows he's the brother of the other pack's alpha. Something has to be done about the pack and the crimes that could reveal them all to humans. It was bad until Jace sees how he treats his daughter, the she-wolf who has captured his attention. The wolf was dangerous as much as vile. He wanted Jace to be his second and was offering Keelie as the prize. With the pack's alpha's daughter as his mate, he'd fit right in that slot. Or he could take the spot. Jace could go either way but either way, Keelie was his. Since one of his personal and his home pack's rules is free choice, he couldn't just take her. She had to agree.

What Keelie wanted was out of the pack. Away from the miserable life of a female in this pack. Not that Jace didn't get to her. He did and she wanted him. He did things to her. She just was afraid--with a father like hers, and the way he treated women, she didn't want any one from any pack.

This is the start of a series that will satisfy MC and shifter fans alike. I have the authors Blue Moon series and that drew me to this one. The author has another hit on her hands for us to read.

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You should buy this for the narration alone– Great

Where does Wolf's Heart rank among all the audiobooks you’ve listened to so far?

Erin DeWard and Noah Michael Levine take a good story and make it phenomenal. They do spot on Southern accents, and build great sexual tension and edge of your seat action. Not only should you buy this book, you should buy the whole series. Without a doubt anything these do two narrators do together (or alone for that matter) is worth putting at the top of your list. No one in the world makes drawls sexier.