Sunday, March 22, 2020

Sinful Sunday: A Wolf At My Door

The Wolf At My Door by Sam Hill
Erotic Paranormal Romance

Jules needs a job. And the drought is drying up the land and her prospects for one.

When a last ditch effort snags work as an all-rounder at a place called Sanctuary, Jules isn't about to say no.

But Sanctuary- populated by ridiculously good looking men- has secrets of its own.

Distracted by the abundance of would be lovers- Jules thinks she's Alice in Dickland- she almost misses the greater mystery.

What's behind the huge fence at Sanctuary? Why is everyone waiting for the full moon?

The Wolf at the Door is the first book in this super steamy, fast burn, reverse harem title. If you love why choose romance with shifters and MM, join Jules on her adventure in Sanctuary.

*Warning: Contains explicit content and graphic details. 18+ Audience

3 out of 5 flames

A boss that encourages you to have relationships with your co-workers and even a little sex on the clock. Jules thought she wandered into the Twilight zone and she was right. She is surrounded by nothing but gorgoues men and she's allowed to have all of them, in fact its expected. This book takes you on quite a wild right of sexual exploration, coming into yourself and adapting to a new life. However, I did fine this book lacking in character development, plot depth, and finishing important ideas.  While it is the first book in the series, there are still some overlooked issues as well as just a lacking of information about the world the author developed. I will be reading the second one, because it was still and fun read, easy read and maybe more information will be coming in book two, so look forward for that review. All in all if your looking for a book that you don't have to focus to hard on and still has some enjoyable character interaction this is the book for you. 

Where to buy: Amazon

Add to your TBR list: Goodreads

About the Author:  I grew up in that bit of Australia you saw in Crocodile Dundee. Yup, I have seen saltwater crocs in the wild, have held a koala (the 70s, when stressing animals for the kiddies was still cool) and have swatted an insane number of hand sized spiders (they think I am their queen and are always wherever I am!). I have a gorgeous child with ASD, a super supportive, truly awesome partner and so, so many animals. Seriously, there are double the pets to people.

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