Wolves Blood Rising:The Third Chronicle of the Wolf Pack

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Wolves' Blood Rising: The Third Chronicle of the Wolf Pack

A true strong female lead! Liam is everything an alpha should be, and has a soft spot for Ness. He doesn't let her preconceived notions of him stop him from being a decent guy, and he saves her life at least twice. These two have a slightly cringe worthy hate - to -? The other main characters are Liam's friends in the pack, a generally decent group of guys even though they come across as pigs sometimes. I liked the "bromance" element.

Sarah was a wildcard, as were some of the other characters mentioned, but most of them ended up being pretty generally good people. A few of them seemed to act out of character at times, like Matt towards the end, it all worked out though. Overall: It was overally appropriate for young adult. It really was hard to put down, kept me interested, and makes me want to read more books by Olivia Wildenstein, because this is my first by her and I like her style!

Recommended for fans of YA, werewolves, with a romance bit. This book came out of left field and totally surprised me. I really loved the whole concept and the way the werewolves were presented, it was really interesting and had me hooked.

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I really enjoyed the characters as well, the ones I loved and the ones I loved to hate. Oct 30, D. A pack of Blood and lies was soooo good! When I first started reading this story we got off to a bit of a rocky start but a couple of pages in and I was totally hooked! This is a full length story with no cliffhanger but the author has promised more. Ness is a pack out law. Her mother was forced to leave with her and start a new life in LA. They were getting by but life was great.


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The old pack leader was an evil wolf and luckily has passed away. Now the pack are wanting a new leader. Ness wants the pack to change for the better and finds herself volunteering as a candidate for alpha. No one is impressed but Ness is strong willed. The trials for alpha are not for the weak. A leader will be elected at the end. New friendships will be made, mysteries will unfold and Ness may just get her change. I absolutely loved every minute. I want more more more! This book did not disappoint.

Mar 06, Esther rated it it was amazing Shelves: netgalley , favorites , verlanglijstje. Thanks to Netgalley for providing me with a copy of this book in exchange for an honest review. I was so surprised by this book and also by my own reading-speed. I finished the book in 5 days and it's not a small book. That's also a compliment to the author, because the book is easy and pleasant to read. I can't wait to read more from this series! Will definitely follow this author.

It's su Thanks to Netgalley for providing me with a copy of this book in exchange for an honest review. It's such a great start for a series where you have no idea what is going to happen next. In A Pack of Blood and Lies, we follow Ness, a wolf-shifter girl that was banished from her pack in her childhood and now, at almost eighteen she is forced to come back to her old town by her family. I thought the concept was good.

Ness is the only female shifter born in the pack and I enjoyed that she tried to fight her way into being part of the group. I had no problems as how it started although it was a ARC provided by the publisher via NetGalley in exchange for an honest review Thank you! I had no problems as how it started although it was an immature view of things: she only wanted to provoke Liam Kolane, the son of her worst enemy: she had no experience or knowledge whatsoever about the pack or about her own strength.

However, I also enjoyed watching her slowly change her perspectives about what it really means to be the leader of a pack and I really liked the fact that she was never intimidated by them.

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Also, I would like to see a proper explanation about why Ness' pack Elders were misogynists Was it because of Heath? Was it only just because Females were physically weaker?

The writing style was very Young-Adult but ultimately this is a New Adult book with some potential triggers that are most likely found in Adult Paranormal Fiction aka mention of rape and sexual assault. However, there were some things that disappointed me: I would have no problems with Ness "part-time" job as an Escort, had she been an adult.

However, she was not yet an adult and regardless of her "revenge", she had an awesome adoptive mother, Evelyn to whom she could have asked for help and advice. Her relationship with Evelyn was one of the best and healthier relationships in the book. Another issue for me was Liam. I understand that he was different from his father and I loved that he was not made into a villain too. I greatly appreciated that he wanted to do good and be a fair ruler.

However, his stalker and possessive tendencies over Ness were a bit overwhelming. Whenever Liam came into action, she became a Damsel in distress. While I appreciated she did not fall for him instantly, Liam did have insta-lust for her and it wasn't really explained how the "rules of attraction" worked. It wasn't explained if it was because of the Ness' constant rejections or if it was because of she was the only female shifter or any other reason to explain why they fell in love so quickly.

I did not understand why Ness was so into August at first and then discarded him so easily. August was one of the best characters, he was loyal, respectful, and considerate to Ness.

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My major issue was that he was missing in the majority of the book. My favorite character was Matt, hands down. He was the sweetest ray of sunshine and I wouldn't mind reading a spin-off of him because he's that great. He is was even better than August because he really was considerate to ALL female characters, not just the one he was interested in.

I also really liked Everest. I feel there's an underlying complexity in him that is yet to be explored and I crave for that complexity. The other characters did not have much of an impact on me. I hated Lucas, and Sarah came in too late for me to have proper opinions about her character, but Lucas and Sarah's bickering was one of the best things in the end. So, in conclusion, it was an easy, enjoyable read, with a flowing writing style.

There were some tropes I did not like, like "I hate her because she is a pretty girl" but I really liked the new female friendships Ness developed. I will probably pick the next book because I see a potential for more interesting relationships and perhaps, more diversity.

If you enjoy Paranormal Romance you'll probably enjoy this. May 02, Lou rated it really liked it. This makes it a timely and topical tale and one that, I must admit, had me taken back in that it was more profound than I had imagined books such as this to be in the sense that it challenged gender stereotypes and even toxic masculinity to a certain extent. This is refreshing and inspiring to see in a novel marketed towards the younger sector of the market.

Much more than merely a lighthearted yarn about the supernatural there is a maturity to it which was unexpected. Hence, I thoroughly enjoyed my time with wonderful Ness. I hope this as the series opener is a sign of things to come. Many thanks to Kelpies for an ARC.

Apr 02, Sam rated it did not like it Shelves: netgalley-arc-s-read. Firstly, thank you to the publisher, author and NetGalley for the eARC in exchange for an honest opinion. This is definitely an honest opinion. Ness is a werewolf who was chased out of her home, Boulder, and her pack, The Boulder Wolves, at age To go against the pack or ask something from the pack, as a woman, often results in either abuse, rape, death, or all three.

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There is little to no respect shown to any women in this book from any of the men, and I have little time for that.