Desert Heart (The Wolves of Twin Moon Ranch #4) by Anna Lowe (Review by Cassandra – #NerdGirlLola)

Desert Heat

Title: Desert Heart (The Wolves of Twin Moon Ranch #4) 

Author:  Anna Lowe 

Published Date: October 20th 2015

Genre: Paranormal Romance


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As oldest daughter of the retired alpha, Tina Hawthorne lives to serve her pack. She’s never been tempted to throw caution to the wind for a man — until Rick Rivera returns. The sweet boy from the adjoining ranch is all grown up, but that doesn’t make the irresistible human any more suitable as a mate. Especially with a dangerous new foe haunting the night and Rick harboring a few secrets — and enemies — of his own.

There’s more than meets the eye on Twin Moon Ranch, home to a pack of shapeshifting wolves willing to battle for life and love.

* A 50,000 word paranormal romance with adult content — not to mention more hot-blooded alpha cowboys than you can count and a swoon-worthy pro athlete ready for his third and final chance. *


***Adult Warning – May Contain Graphic Sex, Strong Language, Or Adult Situations. Caution Advised***
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***Cassandra – #NerdGirlLola’s  Review***
This book was really good. The storyline was great, I liked that there was some angst in there and not just all lovey dovey romance. I also liked the fact that it’s part of a series but I didn’t feel lost or like I was missing any information from the previous books.

The major issue for me with this book was the point of view. It was written in third person, which I usually like, third person, first person it doesn’t matter to me. But this book was written in third person from two people’s perspectives, which is usually ok as well, but the perspective changed sometimes from sentence to sentence. I was a little confused sometimes and I had to reread quite a few sentences or paragraphs just to figure out what was going on. I felt like this really took away from the story.

Overall, the storyline is great but the POV really bothered me way too much and I felt like it dragged the book down.


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  • Sarah Bird

    Cool title!

  • Kel

    Love the cover!

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