Audiobook Review: Wild (Devil’s Point Wolves, #1). ⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️

Wild by Eliza Gayle

My rating: 4 of 5 stars

Mating Season is in full swing and she has no idea what she is walking into…

Faith is on the cusp of having it all. She made it through the last of her college finals and is looking forward to starting her career. If only her twin would answer her damned phone. After three days of no word, she’s forced to drive to Devils Point and search for her. As her luck goes, things go south the minute she hits creepy island. Starting with a wolf attack that lands her in hot water with her sister’s bad ass boss.

Damien just wants to get through Mating Season and get back to normal. His would be mate is not at all what he expected and not exactly his type. Not to mention off limits. Until she shows up smelling like another wolf. Now all bets are off and this Alpha will do anything to protect her–including claim her.

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The mating moon is rising…

Wherever that silver light touches, lone male werewolves are seized by the urge to find their mates. Join these six packs of growly alpha males (with six-packs!) as they seek out the smart, sassy women who are strong enough to claim them forever.

Wild

Very nice novella!




The following ratings are out of 5:
Narration: 🎙🎙🎙🎙
Romance: 💛🖤💜💚
Heat/Steam: 🔥🔥🔥🔥
Story/Plot: 📕📗📘📙
World building: 🌎🌍🌏🌍
Character development: ☺️😊😘😍

The heroine(s): Faith – she just finished college and drives to an island in the pacific northwest to find her sister who hasn’t been returning her calls lately. While driving in the fog, she hits an animal, when she gets out of her car, she is attacked by a wolf.

The Hero: Damien – a wolf shifter and a player. Damien knew from the start that Faith is his mate. He has met her a few times since her sister works in his bar. He is disturbed to find out that Faith was attacked by a rogue wolf on her way to his bar.

The Story: Faith gets sick from the wolf bite and it is left to Damien to explain to her what happened. Getting bitten by a rogue wolf is different than a bite during mating and even Damien doesn’t know quite what to expect.

This was a novella, so it was a pretty quick story. Told in Dual POV, the narration was done by Angelise Rosewood. I liked her voice and enjoyed listening to her characterization. Though I do like dual narration by a male and a female narrator, this was fine since it was short.

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