Hunting Wolf (Black Mesa Wolves #3) by J.K. Harper (Review by Cassandra – #NerdGirlLola)


Title: Hunting Wolf (Black Mesa Wolves #3) 

Author:  J.K. Harper

Published Date: August 1st 2014

Genre:  Paranormal Romance


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Caleb Bardou has a quick answer for anything that comes at him: his fists. Barreling through life, damn the consequences, has always worked for him. With dangerous rogue wolves threatening his Pack, he must be a ruthless hunter. But when a delicate little she-wolf gets in his steamroller way, he has to find a different strategy to win the unexpected battle for her body and her heart.

Each time civilized Rielle Amoux thinks about caveman Caleb, she gets all tingly inside. Yet she refuses to be flustered by a hot-headed, chest-thumping, he-man of a wolf. Except Caleb is sexier than sin, and he arouses her on a primal level—the part of her she’s always denied from fear she won’t be able to control it. But if she doesn’t free her wild side soon, she risks losing her wolf forever….

Between vicious rogues and sweetly seductive Rielle, Caleb has his hands full. Just when he thinks he has everything under control, his trigger temper erupts again. This time, the fallout could be disastrous for his Pack—as well as for any chance he has with the sexy little wolf who might be his destiny.


***Contains Graphic Sex, Strong Language and Adult Situations. Not for young readers***
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***Cassandra – #NerdGirlLola’s  Review***

 his is the 3rd installment in the Black Mesa Wolves Saga and I have to say the series just keeps getting better and better.

This is by far my favorite book in the series. I love the way Rielle and Caleb have what the other needs. She needs someone to help her realize that being “normal” isn’t all its cracked up to be and he needs someone to calm his inner beast. They fit so well together and I know this is going to sound cliché but they really do complete each other.

I also loved the fact that we got a better look at how the Rogues came to be, and from a very surprising source I might add. For me anyways, it just helped me understand them more. But I did think it was funny that no matter how much logic Rielle threw at Caleb regarding the Rogues, he still stubbornly refused to see them any other way.

Overall this is a great book and the best in series yet. I can’t wait to see what comes next.

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