Wednesday, August 8, 2012

REVIEW: Prince of Wolves by Quinn Loftis

Recap:

Jacque was an average small town Texas girl on the verge of her senior year of high school, but the foreign exchange student that moves in across the street changes everything in the blink of an eye. Fane is a werewolf and has found his mate in Jacque, but easing her into his world will not be easy as a local pack decides to try to take what is his. Jacque, her mom, and her friends are in for a wild ride when myth meets reality as Fane fights for his love with violent consequences.

Title:  Prince of Wolves
Series:  Grey Wolves Series
Book #: 1
Author:  Quinn Loftis
Approximate Book Length:  234 Pages
Recommended Reader Age:  16+
Sexual Content:  Mild

Thoughts:

This book was really enjoyable. It takes place over just a few days making for a really easy read, and though we go over some of the same events between two points of view, it’s surprisingly didn’t feel redundant at all. For the most part we only see from Jacque’s point of view or Fane’s, but every so often a pertinent character, such as Jacque’s mother, will have a little paragraph to put their two cents into a situation.

One of the best parts is that all the characters acted their age. As a teenager we’re full of hormones and walk the fine line between adult maturity and childish immaturity. Both are depicted in the story and made for a very realistic feel. The girls are so feisty that I couldn’t help but laugh out loud with them. They’re all very snarky, it’s so great! Fane’s adoration for Jacque is so romantic and sweet that you’ll melt.

In Conclusion:

A light hearted read, despite the life or death conflict, Prince of Wolves is a fun, yet emotional read. It reminded me of Significance by Shelly Crane with how connected the couple is and just how sweet they are together. I recommend it to any YA paranormal fan. It’s even a tad educational, as you might even get a little lesson in Romanian *wink*.

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