A wonderful review of “Claimed by Wolves” from The Romance Reviews

A wonderful review of “Claimed by Wolves” from The Romance Reviews

The first book in this shifter series is an erotic adventure that arouses curiosity and stimulates the senses. Visiting the Northwest to learn about her family’s heritage, Samantha is surprised by her immediate attraction to the five McAllister brothers. The brothers have decided to claim Samantha as their mate even though they will have to share their secret with her. What they don’t know is that Samantha has a secret of her own.

This fast-paced plot keeps the readers shivering with anticipation and intrigued with five sexy brothers as they try to woo their mate. The author brings the story to life with vivid imagery and details that capture the imagination and send the senses tingling. The strong compelling characters are easily related to and grab the reader’s attention from the very beginning. The concept of one woman having five mates is an intriguing one and the author has added her special spin to the possibility, which adds spice to the story.

The attraction between Samantha and the brothers is combustible from the first meeting and the frequent sex scenes are scorching hot, including scenes of m/f/m scenes, anal sex scenes and m-times-5/f scenes. The relationship, while full of erotic sex and romance, also has lots of chuckles as the brothers set about wooing their intended mate, which by the way I thoroughly enjoyed, especially their approach on how to do said wooing. But nobody said that wooing was going to be easy or that it would automatically work either, because it’s all up to Samantha to decide if she wants to share five sexy shifters forever.

I was thoroughly entertained from beginning to end with this enjoyable and erotic story, and the captivating characters and the town full of wolf shifters is fascinating. I can’t wait to read the next one in the series.

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