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Friday, April 11, 2014

The Mystic Wolves (The Mystic Wolves, #1) by Belinda Boring BOOK REVIEW

The Mystic Wolves (Mystic Wolves, #1)The Mystic Wolves 
The Mystic Wolves, Book 1
by Belinda Boring

My rating: 5 of 5 stars

Darcy and her best friend Jasmine are watching the guys play backyard football. Of course they are yelling and teasing them at the same time, which the guys love but have to act like they don't. At one point Darcy says something that has Mason, her future husband and Jasmine's brother on his way over. The sparks that ignite between them is the stuff that you can only get in the best of stories, it never happens in real life, and man is it wonderful to read!

After the game, as they are getting read to eat, they realize they are out of steak sauce. Now the guys can't go without steak sauce on their meat, so Jasmine and Darcy offer to run into town and grab some. Mason doesn't want them to go without him or one of the other guys, but the girls plead, really its just the store and back what could possibly happen.

When a former handyman and friend of the pack Gary aims a gun on Darcy and tries to kidnap Jasmine, things go from bad to worse in the blink of an eye. How will Mason react? an Darcy forgive herself? Why Jasmine? What else is going on and is anyone else in danger?

The is a werewolf romance, and I am going to put it out there to start, it is the best thing I have read in a long time!! First off, there is NO SEX! Mason and Darcy are waiting on their wedding night, but there is a lot of really steamy kissing, and there is a deep connection between them that is mental and emotional that makes the kissing seem even more intimate than sex at times. That being said, I am perfectly comfortably letting my teenager read it, but I wouldn't let some of her friends. It's not classified as a young adult, but I think that some could handle it, and the purity until marriage ideal would be good for some to learn.

Aside from the werewolves, you also have witches and vampires in the supernatural community. As the series progresses the community will expand even more and you will find more shapeshifters than just werewolves. In this story, everyone in the supernatural community works together, they are not fighting each other, which really leads to a peaceful existence.

The romance and love between Darcy and Mason will have you taking a cold shower after reading this book. I am just in awe of the author's ability to weave such detail and emotion into the characters and their actions and feelings and not make it all seems cheesy, but to make it come across as real and genuine.

Even if you aren't into the werewolf or supernatural genre, if you are looking for a romance to rock your world, then this is it!!

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