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    Good Fun

    Kensey Deaton is the daughter of the most important Alpha werewolf in the area, and because of that she is expected to behave a certain way. She has been a good girl up until her father tells her if she doesn't choose a mate, he will choose one for her. Slade McAlister is the only legitimate son of a particularly vicious alpha. His pack is considered the scum, and the criminals amongst the werewolf community. His father is using his usual tactics to insist that Slade find a mate and bring new blood into the pack. Can a fake relationship take the heat off our characters?. Will pack politics and two very different alphas allow this to happen? A good shifter romance with a lot of teenage angst.
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    Werewolf next door

    The Big Bad Wolf by Jus Accardo is a werewolf YA novel in a high school setting. Kensey Deaton is the daughter of an alpha of elite lineage but she is of age and her father is threatening to pair her off and if she doesn’t choose someone to marry he will pick for her and in her culture the Alpha’s word is literally impossible to disobey. When she hears her neighbor, the bad boy of the werewolf world, from a reviled and downtrodden clan, Slade McAlister, getting the same speech from his alpha father she hatches a plan to get them both off the hook. For each the other is a forbidden fruit. Kensey is too good for Slade, and he, and everyone else, knows it. But only he knows the real reasons why. As they both go deeper into their fake relationship, it becomes more real and more dangerous. I liked how tough Kensey is, not the fragile princess she is perceived to be. In many ways she brings out the best in Slade and frees him from his own shackles to be a better person. Because they are physically neighbors, there is a history that they share up to a point and this gives them common ground, though their families are vastly far apart. Jus Accardo gives us both a detailed and complex world, and also characters with real issues who need each other for more than just the reasons they think. Overall I enjoyed the path that Kensey and Slade took and their development and growth as characters. They more they were together, the more I liked them. I recommend The Big Bad Wolf by Jus Accardo as an intense and interesting novel with a romance that deepened and grew and characters who have a lot more in common with each other than they could have imagined. (I voluntarily reviewed an ARC of this book I received for free from the publisher via NetGalley in exchange for my open and honest review. This does not affect my opinion of the book or the content of my review.)
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