Tuesday, February 9, 2016

Review of Gypsy Wolf (Strange Lake Falls Series Book 5) by KD Jones

Warning: For Mature Adult Audiences. Contains language and actions some may deem offensive. M/F 

Lucas is a pureblood Alpha who needs a mate to carry on his lineage. 
Diana is a powerful soothsayer who is determined to escape her fate. 
Unexpected circumstances bring this unlikely pair together, and the sparks fly between them. 
Will they be able to overcome their prejudices and stand together against those that would tear them apart? 
There is magic to be found in Gypsy Wolf! 


“We shouldn’t be doing this.” 

“I can’t stop myself.” 

“You don’t even want me, not really.” 

“I don’t have to mate you to make love to you. We can enjoy this, and then go our separate ways. All you have to do is say yes.” 

It hurt that he didn’t want to mate her. She had a decision to make. Either she could push him away and refuse what they both wanted, or she could take what she wanted for once in her life. 


Diana kissed him with all the desire she felt inside of her. She unbuttoned his shirt quickly and shoved it over his shoulders. He helped her by throwing it across the room. He resumed taking her shirt off and gently pushed open her knees. He brought her feet up on the edges of the bed and then leaned forward, inhaling. 

“You smell so damn good, Diana. I have been craving the taste of you for so long now.” 

Vaguely, she thought she should feel embarrassed, but the way he looked at her made her feel beautiful and desirable. Things she had never felt before. She wanted more, she wanted everything he had to offer. 

Overall Rating:  4.25 Rockin’ ★★★★

Gypsy Wolf is the fifth book in the Strange Lake Falls series by talented author K.D. Jones.  She brings the paranormal world of werewolves, vampires and witches together by inserting a modern day twist on old folklore legends.  This romance is packed with panty melting sexiness and suspenseful action as Lucas and Diana find their way to a happily ever after ending.

Lucas is the alpha werewolf and Diana is half werewolf and soothsayer, a lesser wolf by pack standards. He went to Strange Lake Falls looking for a mate when the council demanded he find one, but luck wasn't on his side.  Instead, he became interested in a soothsayer that he believed couldn't provide full werewolf children to carry on his lineage.  She was considered a lesser werewolf, because she couldn't shift even though she was known as the most powerful soothsayer of all time.  

I'm a huge fan of KD Jones' science fiction series, so when I found out she wrote paranormal, it was on like donkey kong!  I really enjoyed the complexity of Ms. Jones' shifter world.   Once again, I was happily satisfied as well as entertained and look forward to the next book by this amazing author.

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