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  • An exciting story about struggle and found family

    This second installment in the Bloodlines novella series was even better than the first! It was super exciting, watching Daphne get to know the other wolves and figure out her place in the pack. This was a true "road of trials" portion of a story, complete with all the "allies, enemies, and tests." To be honest, she doesn't explicitly have any enemies yet, but there are certain wolves that she has more tension with than the rest. There are enough conflicts and subplots in this novella to keep everything very exciting and interesting. These include: Daphne's trial period, Daphne's ambition to "rise through the ranks of the pack", Daphne's tryst with Patrick, Daphne working in the kitchen, Daphne wanting to start a garden, Daphne being asked to help out with fishing, and Daphne struggling to change into her wolf form. Each of these sub-plots weave in and out of one another, all adding to the larger plot. The main plot thread being Daphne searching for who she is and her place in the world. This is an exciting, nuanced, fun, and at time, sexy story about found family and discovering who you are in a chaotic and ephemeral world. I received an advanced reader copy of this book and am voluntarily leaving an honest review.

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