Sunday, November 19, 2017

Book Review: 'The Worse For Were' by Abigail Owen


From an arranged marriage to a love match.
In order to unite two packs and bring peace to both, the alpha’s of Canis and Banes wolf shifter packs agree to unite themselves in marriage with the help of someone special.
What Marrok and Tala didn’t expect was the amount of attraction, chemistry off the charts, they would have towards each other.
However, instead of the story ending after the mating, they get to know each other and their packs more and I got a ring side seat to see the problems that arise between them and their packs.  That was a point in favor for this spicy novella.
The one thing I absolutely loved was that even though this book was definitely part of a series, it can be read as a stand alone. It wasn’t necessary to be familiar with or have already read the other book in order to understand everything. The way the books were written gave me an idea of possible previous stories without being confusing, as well as giving me an idea of what the next love story would be about.
For readers who enjoy a good shifter mating, prepare for hot, sizzling chemistry between two Alphas.  Absolutely worth the read.






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