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The Mystic WolvesAuthor: Belinda Boring
Title: The Mystic Wolves
Published On: 2012-01-19
Series: Mystic Wolves #1
Genres: Fiction, Paranormal, Romance
Publisher: CreateSpace Independent Publishing Platform
Pages: 312
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What would you do if a simple errand takes a deadly twist, turning you from cautious prey to dangerous predator?

Someone is trying to send a deadly message to Mason, arranging the deaths of those he loves and it puts the entire pack and Alpha on high alert. Darcy understands the primal instincts driving her beloved Mason's commands. With the help of those he sets as protectors, she learns about herself and the things she'll need to help support her Alpha and pack. When events turn dire however, one truth offers her strength - once given, oaths are unbreakable ... even if it means risking it all.




(5 / 5)

Ok! OMG! Totally good! LOVE IT! I loved the Twilight references I LOL’d!!! How can you not fall in love with Mason? Love the writing style! LOVE the characters! With this you will laugh, you’ll cry, you’ll swoon!! This was a great book with great characters.


(4 / 5)

I do love me some werewolves, and The Mystic Wolves has plenty! Not to mention some Vampires, Witches, and who knows what else is going to show up. Things start innocently enough with a fun and flirty pack football game and BBQ. But things take a horrible turn when some genius utters these famous last words.

“Relax, Bro. What’s the worst that could happen?”

A good chunk of the book is taken up with our main characters reeling and dealing with the tragic events that have unfolded. Everyone deals with things in their own way so let’s cut them some slack eh!?

When the big bad is rolled out, things devolve into a bit of a mess. They are a pack of wolves right? It’s unfortunate they don’t get to act like it a whole lot yet.

A bombshell goes off at the very ending that lets you know the drama will be flying in book 2 of this series. I know I’ll be continuing on to find out what happens.

All in all this was a pretty good book, I did feel a bit out of place throughout the whole thing though, like I missed an episode of the show and I don’t know things that everyone else seems to know already. I really enjoyed all the 4th wall book references, and the scene with Devlin reading was absolutely hilarious! It reminded me of Spike narrating a moment between Buffy & Angel. If you know what I’m talking about, you’ll know what I’m talking about! There were plenty of swoony make-out scenes that shoved up against the YA border so I’m curious to see how that’s going to progress as well.

P.S. : I just found out that this book is actually three different novellas that have been stitched together into one story, which actually eases my mind a bit and makes me look forward to the rest of the series with full novels.