Review: Wolver’s Rescue (The Wolvers #6) by Jacqueline Rhoades

March 30, 2015 Review 1

Review: Wolver’s Rescue (The Wolvers #6) by Jacqueline Rhoades

Sometimes it's not the wolves who pose the danger...
There’s a downside to living in a secret society. Someone has to ensure it remains that way. ‘Bull’ Bulworth is that someone. His current assignment: track a young man who has an unrecognized wolf inside him and eliminate the problem before the truth about Wolvers is exposed to the human world. It’s a simple and straightforward assignment until he meets a woman who makes him think crazy might be contagious.
In her own words, Tommie Bane is nuttier than a pecan tree. There’s a voice in her head telling her she is something other than human, and a creature she swears is running around inside her body. Just when she’s at the lowest point in her weird and nutty life, she meets a man who tells her it’s all real. Should she listen to the voice of reason or to the voice in her head that keeps shouting “Mate”?
What do you have to lose when you've already lost your mind? For Tommie, it could be her life

Title: Wolver's Rescue
Author: Jacqueline Rhoades
Other books by this author that we've reviewed: The Alpha's Mate , The Alpha's Choice, The Alpha's Daughter, Guardian's Faith
Series: The Wolvers #6
Other books in this series that we've reviewed: The Alpha's Mate , The Alpha's Choice, The Alpha's Daughter, Rabbit Creek Santa
Published by Self
Source: Author
Published: February 26th 2015
Genres: Paranormal Romance
Pages: 342
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Stars: five-stars
Flames: three-flames

In my mind I will always think of Wolver’s Rescue as the book about the Cuckoo and the Cop. A wolver who think’s she nuts because she hears a voice in her head. Now that’s funny. Okay so there’s a bit more to that but I still think it’s funny. As for the cop, he’s not exactly a cop. He’s more of a secret enforcer. He has is reasons and they are good ones. I always can appreciate when an author takes their time to allow the story to unfold thorough the book instead of info overload in the beginning and with this story we get a great build up with little side trips as characters and situations are introduced. I really enjoyed Tommie and Bull together and not just because the sex was steamy hot. Oh no, their verbal sparring and the situations they found themselves in definitely kept the story interesting. My favorite part of the story is when Tommie finally learns Bulls name. Hee-hee, Hello Abbot and Costello!

Over-all this was a fun story to read and I hardly could put the book down. But it has its serious sides like Tommie and Bull’s background. Awww…Bull’s just broke my heart. I loved all the secondary characters. Tommie is such a magpie collecting people that this lovable group of ragamuffin omega rejects were just what she needed. As colorful as they are I think they made the perfect pack. Everybody gets a HEA here (okay, ALMOST everybody) and the Epilogue, why am I not surprised! It made a perfect sense to end it this way! Yep…big smiles here.
What can I say but I love this series! Ms Rhoades has created a unique little world here with her wolvers. Every book in the series has had me alternating between laughing and crying and I wouldn’t want it any other way. If you are into paranormals this is a series you NEED to read. Make sure to start from the very beginning. You’re gonna love it as much as I do. Now to bid my time waiting to see what Ms. Rhoades comes up with next.

 

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One Response to “Review: Wolver’s Rescue (The Wolvers #6) by Jacqueline Rhoades”

  1. jackie3049

    Many thanks! I’m so happy (and relieved, lol) you enjoyed it.