Saturday, May 5, 2018

Book Review: 'Ruby' by Ashlynn Monroe

RUBY


I really enjoyed the opening of this story. Ms. Monroe took the concept of the hierarchy and loyalty of a real wolf pack and applied it to this story about a group of wolf shifters.
It had all the makings of a space adventure as two of the pack set off to recover what they think is a precious gem, but what in fact, turns out to be another shape shifter.
The pacing is fast but I felt the story could have been stronger had we been able to know Ruby more than we did. I would have liked to have seen more insight into her personality and character other than what she was, and that she was on the run.
However, ultimately I enjoyed this story, and if you like a touch of sci-fi with shape shifters in your stories than this is probably a good pick for you.


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