Book Review: Wolf Ranch – Rough by Renee Rose and Vanessa Vale #Shifters #ParanormalRomance

About the Book:

Pack Rule #1: Never reveal to a human.

I broke that rule the day I met the beautiful doctor.
I might be a rodeo champ, but she made me lose my concentration on the back of a bull.
Now the sweet female is on to me since being gored means injury.
When I heal within hours, she knows something’s not right.
My alpha told me to watch her.
Not a problem. I’ll watch her all right. Real close.
I’ll stick to her like superglue. And those human men who want to date her? They’d better step back.
Because the doctor is all mine.
Whether she knows it yet or not.

Get it at Amazon

My Review:

4 stars

I’ve always loved shifters and cowboys so the two combined made me eager to read this one. The instant attraction between Boyd and Audrey, and their off the charts chemistry, were everything I’ve come to expect from a shifter romance. However, I felt the drama with Jett and the jealous Karen was downplayed — a lot. The issues were skimmed over when the authors could have dug deeper. Maybe we find out more about Jett and Karen in the other books, but their issues with Boyd and Audrey felt unresolved. Almost like they were tossed in for conflict then nearly forgotten when things started heating up between Boyd and Audrey. The emotions during the intimate scenes between our hero and heroine leapt off the pages, but elsewhere seemed to be lacking. Definitely plan to read book 2. I need to know what happens next, and hopefully we find out more about the two villains.

*Disclaimer: The authors did not request a review of this title. I purchased a copy at Amazon and the review above is merely my opinion.

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