Book Review: ‘The Wolf on the Hill’ by Jorja Lovett

Title: The Wolf on the Hill (The Wild Irish Wolves Book 1)

Published: 7th December 2013

Publisher: Totally Bound Publishing

Author: Jorja Lovett

Facebook: www.facebook.com/Jorja-Lovett

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Twitter: @jorjalovett

Blurb:

Can two stubborn wolf shifters let down their guards long enough to take a chance on love?

Lone wolf Caleb Jackson is only back in town long enough to sell his late father’s house, and the bad memories with it. He never expected to find his mate.

Good girl Mia Blake never behaves badly. Except for the time she shifts into her wolf, chases a stranger through Olcan Hills, and has the hottest sex of her life on the forest floor.

He has no desire to settle down. She is afraid to upset her family. But, with someone determined to destroy Caleb’s inheritance, and his secret fling with Mia getting hot and heavy, moving on isn’t as easy as he’d hoped.

Can either of them let down their guards long enough to take a chance on love?

Review:

Talk about animal attraction. Hot and heavy right from the get go.

Seems Mia and Caleb’s wolves were more in tune with what they wanted than their human halves. A lonely howl into the night calling for something, she doesn’t really know what, only to get a howl back from another. Equally lost and wanting a connection. The wolves found a counterpart and once their human sides come out to play pulses soon start racing. A chance encounter to be free without having to see them again. Not so much as Mia gets a shock with finding out who her playmate was.

Caleb is back in town sorting out the family home and estate after his dead beat dad has died. Hoping to be in and put quick doesn’t go so well with the place being trashed. Handy a cop is on hand to check things out. Blast from the past with Rory being said cop, and the new alpha in town. He wants to get the person responsible and help out with clean up, roping his sister in for good measure. Nice surprise for both when she walks in his door coming face to face with the wild wolf she had a lot of fun with in the woods.

She may want to forget, thinking many won’t approve of her actions or choice, but her body doesn’t want to play ball. Spends too much time thinking about how others see her that she lost her strength to be able to be herself and act like an adult, not the baby of the family they all need to take care of. Chemistry between them is sky high. No matter how many times she plays the push pull thing with Caleb they still crave each other too much to stay away. Can they both get out of their heads enough to see what they want is right in front of them? Ex’s always seem to play a part in causing trouble and hers is beyond petty. Sweet ending and I liked that it didn’t just revolve around Mia and Caleb but brought in Rory and Naomi (Mia’s boss). A new relationship perhaps? Love found in the hills of Ireland for these shifters I feel

3.5 out of 5 stars

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