Big Bad Wolf Series by Heather Killough-Walden


Honestly after I read The Heat, it left me kinda feeling MEH. It feels like the author have so much ideas and tried so hard to put in one book. I love action but Book 1 had so much action with little romance. I think the heroine had more interaction with the enemies than the hero itself. Like, WTF right?! Daniel and Lily have little moments and its disappointing. Malcolm Cole had more depth story than the protagonist. 😦

Good thing in The Strip, the pace gets better! The storyline made more sense and additional characters were introduced. It made me more happy to see previous characters are actively part of the 2nd, 3rd and until 4th book. So it became this big supernatural world of werewolves looking for Dormants mate with addition of sadistic shifter who happened to be the leader of Hunters. Not enough, we have Warlocks, Witches, Akyri and Vampires. You will be hooked once you move along with the series. A lot of actions and suspense so you wont be bored reading it.

Overall its worth of 4.5 rating kind of series. It was really magical and that’s what I love the most in supernatural world. Your imagination would be so very colorful and full of unexpected things. It would be so good to escape reality and immersed yourself in their magical world 🙂 I just wish better epilogues. Really that would satisfy my HEA.

Sooo if you want shifter series with more substance than just hot sex, better start checking these books. To download EPUB copy, kindly click the link below after the book sequence.

  1. The Heat – Daniel & Lily
  2. The Strip – Malcolm & Charlie
  3. The Spell – Lucas & Danny
  4. Th Hunt – Byron & Kat

Big Bad Wolf Series – Heather Killough-Walden



Phoenix Pack Series by Suzanne Wright

I am a paranormal-romance fan and my fave of all are the shifters community! Though the only ones I read are wolves and dragon shifters. I know, i know sooo mainstream but hey we have our own preferences! I love wolfs because Im a dog momma and their kinda the nearest link to them. Dragons, coz usually their backstory are soooo centuries ago that interesting characters are usually introduced. Plus, the background plot for them were usually so magical that I’m so hooked with it. Though I hate the overload sex that most authors tried to establish, that’s why its hard to kinda balance out to get a good story.

Honestly, my list for werewolves series is pretty short. Few authors are so incredible who knows how to write a good one. So first, I’ll make a review about the Phoenix Pack series by Suzanne Wright. I love this author actually, I’ll make a review for other books she already published later on. Again, let go back to the series. haha. This series is actually full of sex (even an ORGY is introduced! :o). I know I said I hate overload sex but Suzanne Wright balanced it out with good story plot and characters with substance.


Usually in shifters-romance books, the hero is always the bad-ass alpha and the heroin is sometimes weak and lame. But with Feral Sins, the heroine is sooo feisty and sarcastic. Love Taryn’s character so much in this book. Even the hero is not normal charming hot guy, but a man harder on the edge. The other wolves introduced such as the enforcers and psychotic antagonists are also entertaining to read.:)

Feral Sins is the first book in this series and I’m super thumbs up how it was written. Since the books are not stand alone, you really have to start with Book1 to enjoy the rest of it. Also, in order to read the other werewolf series from same author, which is Mercury Pack series, you really have to align yourself with Phoenix Pack history.

If you want a good steamy werewolf romance for the weekend, please read Phoenix Pack series by Suzanne Wright. I super recommend it, so here is the book sequence:

  • Feral Sins – Trey and Taryn
  • Wicked Cravings – Dante and Jamie
  • Carnal Secrets – Nick and Shaya
  • Dark Instinct – Marcus and Roni
  • Savage Urges – Ryan and Mackenna (to be released on May 3rd 2016)

You may get an EPUB copy of Phoenix Pack series by clicking the link below:

Phoenix Pack Series


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