Wednesday, September 11, 2013

Review: The Mystic Wolves

The Mystic Wolves
by Belinda Boring

Print Lenght: 282 pages
Publisher: Moonstruck Media (January 19,2012)
ISBN: 1469926903

Book Description:
What would you do if a simple errand takes a deadly twist, turning you from cautious prey to dangerous predator? 
Someone is trying to send a deadly message to Mason, arranging the deaths of those he loves and it puts the entire pack and Alpha on high alert. Darcy understands the primal instincts driving her beloved Mason's commands. With the help of those he sets as protectors, she learns about herself and the things she'll need to help support her Alpha and pack. When events turn dire however, one truth offers her strength - once given, oaths are unbreakable ... even if it means risking it all.

My Review: 4.0 out of 5 starsGood Pass-time
Darcy is a young werewolf, future mate of the pack's Alpha Mason. She is new to the pack and already feels at home with all of them. Her best friend is Mason's sister Jasmine and the two girls are the masters of mischievous. They are inseparable. Till the worse happens. Jasmine is murdered and Darcy blames herself for this. Mason even going through his own pain, remains by her side and helps her to cope with her grief. But the violent act against the girls was not an isolated one, there is more to this murder than they have thought, and there is an enemy hunting them.

What I liked: Jasmine was my favorite character and I lamented her short participation on the book. Daniel and the vampire Devlin were strong characters too, and Mason, of course. He is perfect.

What I didn't like: The story is a little slow. It all occurs in two days and leaves too much out. For example, it seems that Darcy is over twenty, but she sure acts like a teenager, while the Alpha seems to be much more mature. But their ages are not revealed. Darcy said more than once that she is used to the violence of the supernatural word, but she sure doesn't act accordingly.

All in all, it is a good book and worth as a pass-time.