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- Print Length: 175 pages
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- Language: English
- ASIN: B007AARCCC
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- Average Customer Review: 8 customer reviews
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Mark of the Wolf (Wolves of Black River Book 1) Kindle Edition
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Top Customer Reviews
Eleven year old Maddie suffers physical abuse at the hands of her stepfather every time he decides to drink himself into oblivion. Her only escape are the woods behind her house where she often runs to escape his belt, what ever the time of day....whatever the weather. Her saviour comes in the form of a tall dark haired man who always seems to know when she needs him, he carries her sleeping battered form to safety without saying a word then disappears not to be seen again until the next time she needs him. This pattern continues for seven years. When Maddie is 18 her life is endangered by loan sharks that her Step-father owes money to and the help of the unnamed stranger is more important than ever but this time the safe place is his home, but is she really safer with him?..........
This book without doubt caught my interest right from the first page, in my first sitting I had only intended to read the first chapter to get an idea of how the book read........I was almost ¾'s of my way through the book by the time I fell asleep at 3am! Although parts of the plot made me go `aaarrrgghh that wouldn't happen' overall I really enjoyed the story.
Gareth is a tall, dark, rugged but handsome guy with a dark secret, he's quiet and keeps himself to himself and has that brooding side to his personality that attracts women to him. Its not surprising that Maddie would fall for him, he'd saved her life more than once and he was pretty hot! There was a side to him that I didn't like, sometimes he took advantage of Maddie and her naivety and he even became quite rough frightening her at times which, for me, made him lose some of his appeal.Read more ›
If you like me read the first two books of the cats eye chronicles and thought "hey I want to read more of this author's books, must be similar I'll buy the 2 books in the wolves of black river series and I'm sure I'll enjoy them." Well make sure you read this review first!
Let me make this clear these books are very very adult and explicit. I was NOT expecting that what so ever! Really it's not my cup of tea and I did not like the almost being raped parts, the fact that "no" was said and it didn't seem to matter or the fact the guy was a lot older! Ok the last one's not a biggy I believe in love having no age barriers but he was 28 and she just turned 18 it's a bit weird if he was maybe 5 years younger... I just found that a bit creepy.
Because I had already bought the two books outright before I realised this well.... I have issues.... I need to read what I have. I can't stop half way.
So the plot was quite good I just didn't like the course language or any of the other stuff.... it's my own opinion I'm not having a go at the author or anything as I like her other works I just thought at times some of the topics were a bit too dark for me.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
After reading the cats eye chronicles I thought I'd give this a go. I didn't really like it. The romance between Gareth + Maddy was awkward and forced at times. Read morePublished on 15 Mar. 2015 by Baxter
Absolutely brilliant loved this so much, T.L Shreffer has such a wonderful way of writing, the book is such an easy rasd and there is enough action an tension to keep you turning... Read morePublished on 24 Mar. 2014 by Donna Gardner