Monday, September 8, 2014

Bloodmark by Aurora Whittet



By Mike

Sixteen-year-old werewolf princess Ashling Boru is different from other wolves- she was able to shift to a wolf at birth.  Rather than bringing pride to her family, it brings fear, and she is sent to live in Ireland's secluded countryside.  Ashling's reputation is further blackened when she refuses her betrothed, defying the ancient laws.  When her pack's oldest rivals being to hunt her, she finds herself in the small town of York Harbor, Maine, far from everything she's known.

When she crosses paths with dark and rebellious Grey Donavan, something ignites within her sould.  There's just one problem; Grey is human.  Their instant connection turns into a passionate romance, and Ashling begins to believe she can create her own life outside of wolf laws.  When she uncovers long-buried pack secrets that threaten to destroy all she holds dear, Ashling's courage and tenacity are tested.  Will she choose her deep and enduring love for Grey or will she follow Old Mother's path to her destiny?  (taken from Amazon description)

What a great book!  I couldn't put it down!  The only problem I have is that I don't have any of the other books in the series.

This book is like a roller coaster ride.  It's up-beat when Ashling and Grey are together, but when they're apart you can feel the pain.  But as you read how they fell in love, you though about the loves in your own life.

This is a great book and I'll be looking for the follow ups.


Shawn's Note:  This is the second review of Bloodmark.  If you'd like to read our other review, it's posted here.


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