Wednesday, May 23, 2018

Review: Wolf of Her Own by N.J. Walters


Book Description

Mikhail Matheson came to Salvation for his sister, but he stayed for Elise LaForge. She’s the alpha’s mother and the most fascinating woman he’s ever laid his eyes on. He’s wanted her from the first moment he saw her. He may feel like an outsider in the pack, but there’s no way he can leave when he’s sure Elise is his mate.

Elise’s made a home in North Carolina with her adult sons and their pack. It’s taken her a long time to get over the years she spent with her abusive mate, and while she’s content now, she can’t help but feel there’s something missing in her life. Mikhail stirs emotions in her she never expected to feel, and the attraction between them is off the charts. But Elise’s not sure how her sons and the pack will react, not to mention the danger the pack is facing.


My Review

Mikhail might have come to the Salvation pack for his sister but as soon as he finds Elise, he knows he can't leave. 

Elise has a lot of baggage because of the years she spent with her abusive ex. She might be cautious when Mikhail is around but she feels something for him and that in itself is a small miracle since she wasn't sure she was healed enough emotionally to take another chance on a relationship. 

Mikhail is very patient with Elise and I really liked that about him. He's pretty sure that Elise is his mate but he knows he's gonna have to take his time with her and her family if this is gonna work out. Neither of them are sure how her two sons are going to react to them seeing each other especially since one of her sons is the pack's alpha. I ended up really liking her sons.

When the father of one of the females in the pack wants to come and visit his daughter that he hasn't seen in a long time, they are all on edge but what happens while he is there is not something that any of them could see coming. 

Elise is stronger than she thinks and I really admired her for being able to move past what she's been through and find happiness again. But Mikhail is everything that any woman could ask for. He's patient, romantic, totally alpha and nurturing. He's exactly what she needed in her life. 

I really liked Elise's grown sons even if they were a little over protective, they meant well and love their mom a lot. 

This is one of those books that I wish I could just say something like, "It's great! You need to read it!" And everyone would read it and see what I mean. I read this book in one sitting because it was just that hard to put down once I started reading. I felt invested in the characters to see what would happen next and I was very happy with the ending. It ended exactly how it should have. I'll definitely be reading more of this series and highly recommend this book and series.

I give this book 5 out of 5 stars. 

Disclosure: I received this book for free via NetGalley but all opinions are my own. 

21 comments:

  1. Oh, this does sound great. I like that he gets that he can't rush an abuse survivor and that her sons are supportive, too.

    New one to me. Thanks Mary!

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  2. Getting invested in the characters sure makes for a winner.

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  3. This sounds lovely. The fact that you connected to the characters and became invested in them speak volumes. Great review.

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    1. Thank you. I really enjoyed this one.

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  4. A fiver is always good and even the cover is cool!

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    1. Thanks, I liked the cover too.

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  5. I've never read this author before, but this sounds like it was a great story. I love it when I become invested in the characters and can't put the book down. :)

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    1. I've now read a few of her books and they're all good.

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  6. 1 sitting books are so rare for me. I wish that wasn't the case :( Do these have to be read in order? It looks like this is book #9.

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    1. I don't feel like they have to be read in order. I didn't feel like I was missing much reading out of order the way I did.

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    2. Ok good! I have such trouble reading a series in order.

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  7. I never say no to a wolf!

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  8. 5 out of 5!
    Good score.

    All the best Jan

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    1. It definitely deserves it.

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  9. I love it when a book is impossible to put down and you end up reading the whole thing at once. This sounds great, Mary!

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  10. Sounds good! I haven't read a pack book in awhile, adding this to my list :D

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    1. Thanks. I hope you like it too.

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