August 30, 2018 2 min to read

Review: Betting on Wolves by Dakota West

Category : Reviews

Synopsis:
The ink is barely dry on Kirsten’s divorce, but her girlfriends have already talked her into a Vegas bash – even if she doesn’t really feel like it. After two years of getting dragged through the mud by her cheating ex, she wants some peace and quiet, not an all-night party.

Wolf shifter mates Houston and Jack have a reputation. Their conquests number in the hundreds, but despite everything, they’re still holding onto one desire: to find the woman – their mate – who will complete their triad once and for all. So when they see Kirsten standing alone at a casino bar, they both know they’ll do anything to get her.

Even after Kirsten turns them down, Houston and Jack aren’t about to give up on the beautiful, curvy girl. And when the two incredibly sexy shifters find her again, Kirsten can’t help herself any longer – she’ll let them buy her just one drink… and maybe one more… and one more…

The next morning, Kirsten wakes up with a monster hangover, the memory of a mind-blowing night… and a wedding ring on her finger.

Can love forged in the fires of tequila survive the hard light of the next morning?

And does what happens in Vegas always have to stay there?

Betting on Wolves is a seriously sexy standalone novella about two shifters who know exactly what they want and the headstrong woman who could give it to them, complete with a threesome that may actually cause your kindle to catch fire.

My Review:
Genre: Romance – Paranormal, Shifter (wolf), MMF
Standalone: Yes
Part of a Series: Yes Book two of Wolf Country Shifters. Each are standalone stories
POV: Houston, Jack, Kirsten
Steam Level: Quite warm
4/5

Betting on Wolves is the second Wolf Country Shifter book. I loved Jack and Huston and Kirsten. Jack and Houston are in Vegas for the annual Steer/Bull Riding finals and, as a lover of Dakota West’s alternate persona. I was looking for a certain bulk rider from another book. Lol. But I digress, Betting on Wolves was a ton of fun, with lots of drinking, terrible karaoke and a rip roaring good time. I hope to see more of Huston, Jack, and Kirsten’s HEA in the rest of this series.

I received an advanced copy of this book. This is my honest and voluntary review.

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