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This book was very different from most shifter books and I enjoyed it very much. Aurelia is human and she is given to a Wolf Alpha's son for marriage by her father. When members of the pack are sent to bring her to her new husband including her soon to be brother-n-law her life takes a different direction. She is an innocent girl who grew up with everything she needed and has never seen the bad in the world but she finds an inner strength even she didn't know she had. Raf is the alpha's eldest son but he is not the favorite. He is a good guy and will do anything to protect her. These characters are unique and imperfect which makes them even more likable. I enjoyed the story line but do wish it was longer because it's hard to feel the love between them when they have only known each other a few days. I am not a fan of insta-love but extra points for no cliffhanger!
Tatiana Sokolov did a fabulous job with this book. I always love her work but in this one she does an accent that I thought was fabulous!
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Bride of the Wolf is a lovely historical, shifter, romantic fiction with a bit of erotica. (try to say that three times quickly). Aurelia's father plans to marry her off to the head of the regional werewolf pack, Reddick Canis, in exchange for their protection. Those escorting her to her future husband include his brother, Raf Canis. I will simply say that things do not go as planned on the journey there.
Abigail Barnette offers us a wonderfully written story and shows us that even prim and proper young ladies know how to claim and protect the man they want as well as themselves. Aurelia, you little vixen hellcat (good for you).
Interesting factoid, Abigail Barnette is a pseudonym that Jennifer Armintrout uses when writing erotica. Personally I think the pseudonym is used in this case so her vampire characters do not get jealous because she is writing about werewolves. Armintrout is best know for her urban fantasy series Blood Ties.
Tatiana Sokolov brings this story to life with vocals, inflections, and even just the right amount of accent. I would definitely listen to other books she has narrated.
This audiobook was provided by the author, narrator, or publisher in exchange for an unbiased review.
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