Saturday, March 1, 2014

Book Review: Wolves At The Door by Veronica Blade

Wolves at the Door 
(Shapes of Autumn, book 2)

Author: Veronica Blade
Series: Shapes of Autumn
Paperback: 416 pages
Publisher: Crush Publishing (January 28, 2014)
Amazon Link Paperback / Kindle Edition

Note: I received a review copy of this book free from the publisher, Crush Publishing. The review posted below is based on my personal thoughts while reading the book.

Ratings: ★ ★ ★ ★ ★ 

My thoughts:

The story picks-up right after book one ended. Zack starts to date Autumn while he literally prepares to run away from the wolf king. They both agreed to just enjoy the remaining weeks though Autumn is secretly wishing he would ask her to run away with him. 

Some new characters show up and they don't know whether they are good or bad company. Book two is as intense as the first one. There are too many secrets now waiting to be revealed! Autumn's parents identity - are they human or shape-shifters like Autumn? Where is Daniel? Will he be back soon? Who is Renzo?!? Why is he in town and messing with Autumn and Zack? Waaaa, I want book number three! 

Book 2 is full of action... love love Autumn's new powers .... and by the way - Zack's too hawt in this book! I promise you will love this as much as the first one! Definitely, my new favorite series to follow!

About the book:

NOTE FROM THE PUBLISHER: As with any Veronica Blade book, this is a ROMANCE NOVEL, meaning it's romance FIRST and everything else is secondary. Rated PG-13 for sexual situations and mild profanity.


Their forbidden love could cost them their lives...

Autumn’s just learned she’s a shape-shifter — something her parents should’ve told her long ago. Unless they adopted her and didn’t know she wasn’t human. Either way, learning the truth has the same outcome: her parents lied. Zack is the only one she can count on, but he’s a werewolf and the king’s decree forbids contact between the species, let alone love. Zack’s planning to leave after graduation, but letting him go isn’t an option. He’s becoming more a part of her every day, a part she would fight for, give up everything for — even kill for. If she’s not killed first.

If Zack’s experience with his own kind has taught him anything, it’s that werewolves can’t be trusted. He’d rather die free than live in a pack under the rule of the werewolf king. So, instead of preparing for college like any other senior, he’s planning to go on the run after graduation. Escaping won’t be easy with the werewolves guarding him. But until that day comes, Zack knows he’s endangering Autumn every moment he’s around her. If it’s this difficult staying away from her now, how hard will it be to leave her behind in just a few weeks?

About the author: 

Veronica Blade lives in Southern California with her husband and children. By day she runs the family business, but each night she slips away to spin her tales. She writes stories about young adults to relive her own childhood and to live vicariously through her characters. Except heroes and heroines lead far more interesting lives — and they are always way hotter.

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RuthB said...

I love werewolves so I'll have to check book one.
Good review

Jenai said...

Yes pick up this book, your money is well spent on this!

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