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What made the experience of listening to The HOT Wolf the most enjoyable?
At first i didn't think i was going to like the book. the whole political background stuff has been soooo overused this last year, but i was very very pleasantly surprised that although it was a little political it wasn't all about that and had many many different facets.
What was one of the most memorable moments of The HOT Wolf?
The ending for sure!!! the whole last hour of the book.
What about Meghan Kelly’s performance did you like?
I thought she did great with voices and with getting the emotional point across without being overdone
Did you have an extreme reaction to this book? Did it make you laugh or cry?
Any additional comments?
"I was given this free review copy audiobook at my request and have voluntarily left this review."
2 of 2 people found this review helpful
Okay, so truth be told. I actually couldn't finish this book. Meghan Kelly was a great narrator, who kept my interest in the book for a whole three chapters longer than I would have otherwise.
I have some fundamental problems with this book and series.
1. The book is written with a heavy hand, and while it's not the narrator's fault since she's just reading what was written. A lot of the time there is "She did not go to the house." instead of "She didn't go to the house." It just sounds a lot more awkward.
2. One of my favorite lines from the book goes a little something like this. "Why are you killing the wolves?" the female protagonist replies. "You don't understand, the wolves are set to take Congress and then take over the whole human race!" I didn't like how everything was spelled out for you before even being teased, just a little.
Overall the story was dull, it didn't even get into anything saucy and the writing was too clunky
Meghan Kelly saved the book by her likable voice, and she felt like she could have been a friend.
1 of 1 people found this review helpful
This is an interesting story that blends reality with paranormal fantasy. This world has werewolves that serve a particular purpose in society that require them to be a part of the political framework. The story also involves the paranoia often found in society that includes something that people do not properly understand. The contrast is interesting. That said, while there are werewolves, the basis of the story involves a much more basic form of reality.
Ava Sparks is an assasin and she and her family targets werewolves. They are part of the resistance and their goal is to protect the human race. The story starts with her succeasfully shooting a senator but getting hit by a car in the attempt to escape the ensuing mass hysteria. She is saved by a mystery man and taken to the hospital.
Six months later that mystery man shows up on the top of her hit list and Ava's world slowly unravels at the seams. That which she thought was true turns out to be false and her entire existance is brought to question. All this happens while she falls for her mystery werewolf.
The idea of this book is interesting. The readers are guaranteed a HEA, sex, action, and so on, but there is a lot more to it. Over all, I enjoyed the story and would be curious about what happens next in the series.
This book was given to me for free at my request and I provided this voluntary review.