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    Sexy and Hot!!

    Oh Ms. Boon does not disappoint with Bohi and Syn's story. This is a hot and sexy book and you get to read about all your favorite characters from the series. You also get more background on our little Fey Queen Jenna. Yes you will want to kick Bodhi's butt in the beginning but keep reading he will redeem himself. Karsyn is sassy as ever in this book. Once I started reading this I couldn't put it down until I was finished with it!! You MUST read this book however it's not a standalone. You really need to read the first 5 books in the series.
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    The Iron Wolves and back and badder than ever!

    Danger is back for the members of the Iron Wolves pack and with it revelations of the past that come back to bite Bodhi when he least expects it. He has been fighting his attraction to his beautiful mate since she was 15 years old and too young to mate. He wanted to wait until she was ready, but plans change when a blast from his past throws his world into a tailspin that he has trouble getting clear from. Karsyn, or Syn to her friends and family, is done. She feels that Bodhi doesn’t want her, so he does something that puts her right in the middle of a dangerous situation that forces Bodhi’s hand with sexually fantastic consequences. Will the Iron Wolves be able to fight this newest enemy that has appeared on their horizon, or will the enemy be one step ahead? Bodhi is definitely an alpha male and fits right in with the other uber sexy and dangerous men that make up the Iron Wolves. He comes off strong and dominant, but anyone can tell that he has a tortured soul and insecurities that make him even more lovable. Syn is beyond awesome. Definitely a strong female character that has her own insecurities, but is badass in her own way. BODHI’S SYNFUL MATE mixes highly charges sexual tension with supreme violence in a blend to create an amazing story. Love flows freely throughout the pages, and vengeance is had. There are visits aplenty from characters throughout the other stories and a lead in to the next with a twist that I did not see coming. ARC for honest review
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    Not my favourite.

    I’ve loved everything Ms Boon has written and been an avid fan since the onset of her career. From Ménage with Gods, to hot Contemporary and her wonderful shifters, she has definitely provided some fabulous reading material over the past few years. But for me, this was not a favourite. The Iron Wolves are full of Alpha males who would die for their women and protect and serve the pack and their own from all who would do them harm. It’s just a pity, that these same males feel compelled to bed every female with a heartbeat, while denying their mate along the way. I was obviously so wrapped up in this series early on, that it wasn’t till Brodhi and Syn’s story, when I became increasingly annoyed by Brodhi’s actions, that I actually realised that in every book the male has tried to avoid the mate bond, sewing their oats, and forcing their beleaguered mates to yearn for them while unable to let another male touch them in an intimate way (yes, they all are carrying their V Card till mated). The only exception to this rule was book one with Rowan and Lyric, and that was possibly because Rowan was a human turned by Lyric during a fight. While Brodhi’s sense of duty and honour to save his long lost sibling and the lengths he went to, were commendable; his and Syn’s relationship was exasperating. The saving grace for this story was the bevy of secondary characters, such as Jenna, Damian and Lucas, and Jenna’s menagerie of adorable friends. The laugh out load banter between Kellen and everyone else also provided some magic moments. So my 4 Star review is for the plot around Layla and Adina and the rest of the cast and crew, as without them the story was a 2.

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