|Title||:||Arielle and the Three Wolves|
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Arielle and the Three Wolves Reviews
Asher's review posted on Guilty Pleasures Book Reviews3 StarsThe overall story was great, I loved how Arielle always tried to be selfless, and do the right thing. For instance stopping to make sure “the wolf” was ok and then taking him home with her when she realized he wasn’t.Then when she gets to meet his brothers, man are there sparks! But they eventually smooth things out, I particularly love how she and the youngest brother get together at the end. But I don’t want to give too much [...]
Bad. Bad. Bad. I started to worry after the female lead hits the wolf with her SUV and than actually thinks of leaving it because she's afraid. I mean what kind of veterinarian would hit an animal and then think of abandoning it? But I pressed on, gotta give it a chance, right? A paragraph or two down she decides to take it home rather then the clinic, even though she had hit it in the chest or abdomen and then run over it's leg, shattering it. She was tired, none of cages at the office were big [...]
Just no. Not even halfway through this book and I'm like 'what the hell am I reading?' I mean no 'submissive' would ever behave the way she Arielle is behaving. She is being a doormat. She vacillates in her choices. She is a pushover. And a true alpha wolf is a bully. He takes his time. Especially a wolf. I love shifter menage stories but this one is just plain bad. I never knew a couple of leads to make me wish they weren't created.
Great book! Esp. Loved how Arielle and the other brothers got together.
I don't want to get into it, but let me just say that this is not a great book.
I was very disappointed with this book.