Wolf Called – Sadie Moss

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This book is suitable for 18+ due to mature content.
Wolf Called – Sadie Moss

My world was a gray blur until I met them. My shifters. The men who rescued me from the lie I was living.

For a brief moment, even in the midst of chaos, I found happiness.

Then Strand found me again.

Now my new life hangs in the balance.

Doctor Shepherd isn’t done with his little experiment, and he wants me back, alive. When Strand hunters rip me away from everything good I fought so hard for, something inside me snaps.

But when my wolf is finally called, her untamed power upends everything in my life—including my relationships with the four shifter men who mean more to me than anything.

There’s a monster inside me. And she’ll either save me or destroy me.

Wolf Called is the second book in The Last Shifter series, a reverse harem story intended for ages 18+. This book contains strong language, violence, sexual situations, and a heroine who doesn't have to choose between her men.

Wolf Called by Sadie Moss
Series: The Last Shifter #2
four-half-stars
Genres: Romance, New Adult, Paranormal, Reverse Harem
Format: ARC, eBook, Review Copy
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** WARNING ** If you haven’t read the first book, Wolf Hunted, there might be some slight spoilers within this post. Continue at your own risk 😉

 

This book starts where the first left off. It tells us what happened to Alexis after she’s been re-captured by Strand and gives a little more insight into her shifter abilities and a little about why she’s so important to the company. It was super interesting to see her shifting for the first time, and while I understand a bit of the guilt that came along with some things she ends up doing in her wolf form, I can’t say I blame her for reacting the way she does considering she was acting out of self-defense.

Anyway, this book was chock full of action. It seemed like there was something going on in every chapter; some reason to keep running and/or fighting. As is the case with every Sadie Moss book I’ve read so far, lol, I told myself I would only read a chapter or two at a time to try to prolong the reading; instead, I couldn’t put it down until I finished it. Not that I’m complaining 😉

The bonds between Alexis and her men deepen and grow and there are actually a couple surprise personality/relationship changes that I didn’t see coming from two of the guys. I’m especially interested to see how one of these relationships progresses with the newly revealed hardships. We also get a little more … ahem … action in this book, which was written SO well. I wanted to melt into a puddle on the floor after reading the *first time* scene. That’s all I’m going to say about it 😉 but trust me when I say it’s well worth the wait!

Again, I adore Sadie Moss and I, fortunately, have the next installment of this series waiting for me on my kindle as I type this, and I can’t freaking wait to dig my teeth into it (pun totally intended). This is easily my favorite series of hers so far, and that’s saying something because she hasn’t disappointed me yet!

As always, let me know if you read this series and what you think of it because I love talking books!

Happy reading!

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