The Wolf's Mate Book 6: Logan & Jenna (2013)
The Wolf's Mate Book 6: Logan & Jenna (2013)
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A hot and sweet werewolf romance! I loved this book. Logan & Jenna was a brilliant read, full of nonstop thrills and steamy romance. Jenna was a lovely heroine. She's easy to relate to and very likable. Though she might not have a lot of fairy magic, don't underestimate her. She could be downright formidable when she needed to be. I thought she was wonderful.Logan was just as amazing. He was super sweet and completely lovable. I loved how, as soon as he knew Jenna was his mate, he was completely devoted to her. He was just adorable. I thought he was perfect.The romance was well done. Both sweet and steamy, it was great. Sweet, because as soon as they knew they were mates, Logan and Jenna didn't hesitate about falling for each other. And steamy because these two couldn't keep their hands off each other. The plot was fast paced. There were definitely thrills to keep you on the edge of your seat as Jenna tried to get away from the wolf gang that wants to use her powers. I was hooked the entire way through and I really enjoyed the story. The ending was perfectly sweet and I loved it.Logan & Jenna was a fantastic paranormal romance. It had everything you could want in a werewolf romance and I loved it! Lovers of the genre, this is a book you definitely don't want to miss.*I received a free copy in exchange for an honest review I really like this book, had fun reading it, but there's one thing that majorly gets under my skin (it's not just this book, either; this is something that happens in many books/stories...). The woman is the victim of every possible circumstance that can be fit in a few hundred pages. True, this is often the case in romance novels because -- let's be honest -- who doesn't fantasize about being "worthy" of being rescued by a strong man? And yet, it's nice to see the males get into trouble every now and then. Because who wants to be rescued *all the time*? Can't a girl be the rescuer sometimes, too? I think so...But other than that, I like Jenna and I like Logan and I like looking into the world Butler has created and seeing more of previous characters. Maximus seems kinda one-dimensional, but I'm mostly okay with that.As I said, my main issue was with Jenna's constant need to be rescued/protected. Otherwise, this is a pretty solid story, and very hawt. Whew!! Very hawt.
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larsonkiki
re read these and enjoyed them more than the first time excellent series
tmjglenn
Just wasn't my cup of tea.
tara
I love this series.
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