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  • 3.5 stars- Not perfect, but I'll read the series

    First things first, this cover is fantastic. Had I not already liked the author, I would have clicked on this book for the cover alone. Secondly…that start! With an opening scene like that, how could I not be drawn into Once Upon a Wolf? I’ve read a number of books by this author, and one thing is for certain- Miss Ford can write some of the most incredibly descriptive scenes which convey a myriad of emotions, capturing the sights, sounds, and entire experience. Her writing pulls readers in, ensuring they sit up and take notice. Add that talent to a shifter story, and I had big expectations for this book. The start and much of the book was much of what I hoped for, but in the end the length of the book was a tad limiting and the relationship ended up feeling rushed and underdeveloped. That said, I did like this book, loved the set-up to a series and continuing plotline, and will certainly be following the series. I thought this was an interesting set-up to a shifter story and there were a number of characteristics about the characters, plot, and the shifters themselves that made this a fairly unique story. While I liked that there was a lot of lead in about continuing plotlines and plenty of time with secondary characters to convince me to keep up with the series, those details also meant I got less time with the couple and seeing the chemistry ignite between Zach and Gibson. Their story got off to a very rapid start, and while that or even insta-love isn’t all that uncommon in shifter books, I didn’t really see any romance develop on page beyond experiencing the initial spark. I liked seeing the couple work together to help Gibson’s brother and even appreciated that the author allowed substantial time to pass where we can assume Gibson and Zach grow to really know each other, but I wanted much more from these two and it never materialized. Regardless of being disappointed with how the romance played out, I can say with assurance that I will come back for more of this series. For now, I’ll just hold out hope that I’ll understand this couple a bit more by the end of the second book. *Reviewed for Alpha Book Club*

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