Sunday, February 18, 2018
Review for Desert Rose by Anna Lowe - 5 out of 5!
SYNOPSIS - AMAZON LINK -
Axel Waldermann’s days in paradise are numbered, and he knows it. The last thing this reluctant hero needs is temptation in the form of a curvy she-wolf. One step too close, one kiss too many, and he’ll shatter the fragile alliance between his shifter clan and the powerful wolves of Twin Moon pack. But with destiny whispering in his ears and desire pumping through his veins, how can he resist?
Every local girl has her sights set on Axel, the most eligible bachelor in town. So what chance does an unassuming girl like Beth Carter have? When a deadly enemy lures Axel into the fight of his life, Beth will have to test her limits and believe not just in love, but in herself. Can this desert rose become a heroine and win her destined mate?
There’s more than meets the eye on Twin Moon Ranch, home to a pack of shapeshifting wolves willing to battle for life and love.
MY REVIEW -
This was great!! Love this series! This one is a really sweet one with a sweetheart of a man. Axel is a boar shifter, who was injured saving wolf pack member Tina in the last book when he took on a hellhound. Axel is now doing better, but likes being at Twin Moon, so he helps out around the ranch and tries to keep his head down, so he doesn't have to leave. Especially now that he's met angel voiced Beth. Beth feels drawn to Axel, but she's a bit shy. Axel feels drawn to Beth, but he thinks the wolf pack would frown upon a boar and wolf mate pairing, but these two connect anyway. These two are so cute together! Both are mainly gentle, soft spoken individuals, but they can be fierce when it warrants it. There's lots of heart in the story between Beth and Axel. These two also have great chemistry, which leads to some great sexy times. There's also a bit of action in the story, and I liked seeing a shifter type I haven't read about before. I love how Anna Lowe puts actual characteristics of the animals the shifters shift into. Like with Axel being a boar shifter, he sometimes scraps his foot, which is too cute! I've loved all of the books I've read from Anna Lowe, and will continue to read her stories! I really enjoyed reading Axel and Beth's story!