Wednesday, May 9, 2012

REVIEW: The Mystic Wolves by Belinda Boring


A simple errand turns lethal; someone sends a deadly message; their lives will depend on an oath given. Darcy struggles with grief, and Mason tries to help her, but as Alpha his attention is divided as he strives to prevent any more bloodshed. Darcy uses all her resources to risk it all when things get dire.

Title:  The Mystic Wolves
Series:  The Mystic Wolves
Book #: 1
Author:  Belinda Boring
Approximate Book Length:  300 Pages
Recommended Reader Age:  16+
Sexual Content:  Mild


This was a cute werewolf story about a girl and guy who are nauseatingly in love. He’s the alpha and she’s his betrothed, so Darcy’s gotten very comfortable in the pack, and very close with Mason’s sister. The story delivers betrayal, death, danger, and frustrating sexual tension because they need to stay “pure” for the mating ritual.

There’s a large section in the middle where Mason and Darcy focus on each other and just get away from it all for a bit. I personally enjoyed it because I love to focus on just the love story, however realistically I don’t think they would’ve been able to get away with it when there’s a threat looming.

While I enjoyed the story, the cliffhanger ending made me mad for a lot of reasons...that I can’t explain without giving it away, so I’ll zip my lips. Beyond that, my biggest complaint is that we once again have another werewolf/vampire story. I like vampires and werewolves, but hopefully Belinda Boring will shake it up a bit in book 2, Forget Me Not, which is available now!.

In Conclusion:

The Mystic Wolves is a very touching love story full of vampire intrigue, smartass werewolves, and danger around every corner. It’s definitely not to be missed!



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