Review of Wolf Bite (Wolf Cove #2) by Nina West!

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Isolated in the luxurious Wolf Cove Hotel in Alaska, Abbi Mitchell is thousands of miles away from her family and friends.

In the hands of a predator. Potentially.

After discovering condemning information about the mercurial man who controls her day-to-day work life and, now, her most intimate private life as well, Abbi’s not sure she can continue on with… whatever is going on between her and Henry Wolf. Especially when he’s about to be thrown into a fiery media circus ring, and she, along with her reputation, will undoubtedly get dragged into it with him.

But breaking things off with the Big Bad Wolf now likely means losing her job and her summer of freedom, and going back to the farm and her controlling mother.

She’s not doing that.

Abbi does have something to hold over Henry’s head. If he forces her hand. If she has the guts to do what amounts to blackmail.

But will the all-powerful Henry Wolf concede, or will she finally feel his bite?

DaisyGal’s Review

***This Review contains spoilers***

‘Wolf Bite’ is book two in Nina West’s Wolf Cove Series which just absolutely continues to consume me! West is so talented at conveying her characters, and the lust filled angst of her stories leave me with yet another morning of additional cups of java due to reading all night.

In the previous book, ‘Wolf Bait,’ we are left with Abbi unsure and wondering if she has gotten in bed with the Big Bad Henry Wolf.  She learns of the pending law suit and sexual assault allegations against Henry and a heap of a mess that can possibly result from it.  Is Henry a liar?  Did he actually do it? Did he just use her and now will she be dragged through the mud as well? We are left completely in the dark with that cliffhanger and many unanswered questions. ‘Wolf Bite’ answers all the above questions and leads into a whole different direction for Abbi and Henry that I was certainly not expecting.  I think it left me even more impressed with West’s ability to convey true to life experiences and keep the story fresh and the angst and tension left me on the edge of the seat!

I couldn’t believe what Abbi did quite honestly, but that is what made the story even more believable.  I certainly don’t condone it, but in life things like that do actually happen (right?), and as I thought more about it (I was so shocked), it somehow made sense and I understood why she did it. She was so insecure in her relationship with Henry, and there was also a huge age difference between Abbi and Henry as well as sexual experience.  I know that people do make mistakes, and I certainly didn’t like her very much for it what she did. However, West was still able to convey Abbi as a relatable character, and although it was quite a segway in Abbi and Henry’s relationship it had a smooth transition in the storyline. Hell, I even found myself pinching myself trying not to skip a bit to the conclusion to see if they could reconcile after everything happened – I do not recommend this – you will be a cheater too!

So Wolf Bite was full of surprises and is certainly very sexy and steamy and not for the faint hearted or sexually closed minded reader.  I think the writing style is just amazing, and I can’t wait to dive into book three in this series, Wolf Prey!!!

*** 4 ‘Did that really just happen?’ Stars for Me! ***

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