I knew nothing about mates until the alpha rejected me... Growing up in one of the biggest packs in the world, my life is planned out from the second I turn eighteen and find my true mate in the moon ceremony. Finding your true mate gives you the power to share the shifter energy they have, given to the males of the pack by the moon goddess herself. The power to shift into a wolf. But for the first time in the history of our pack, the new alpha is mated with a nobody. A foster kid living in the packs orphanage with no ancestors or power to claim. Me. After being brutally rejected by my alpha mate, publicly humiliated and thrown away into the sea, the dark wolves of the Fall Mountain Pack find me. They save me. The four alphas. The ones the world fears because of the darkness they live in. In their world? Being rejected is the only way to join their pack. The only way their lost and forbidden god gives them the power to shift without a mate. I spent my life worshipping the moon goddess when it turns out my life always belonged to another... This is a full-length reverse harem romance novel full of sexy alpha males, steamy scenes, a strong heroine and a lot of sarcasm. Intended for 17+ readers. This is a trilogy.
Author Bio G. Bailey is a USA Today and International Bestselling Author of fantasy and paranormal romance. She lives in England with her cheeky children, her gorgeous (and slightly mad) golden retrievers and her teenage sweetheart turned husband.
First off I like to thank Love Book Tours and G Bailey for allowing me to review Her Wolves. Well what can I say about this book. I was looking forward to reading my first reverse harem book as I have seen others read them and wondered what this kind of book would be like but instead I don't know what this book is meant to be. The blurb promised romance all I saw was the male main characters and Mai's thinking sexy thoughts about each other to start something. Then nothing happened and this I found was throughout the book. After awhile it kind of got frustrating. We as a reader find out that the Alphas' and Mai had a past but will not tell he. Instead they constantly give her snippets and then deciding that she was either not ready or it wasn't the right time. I didn't care for Mai's past pack as we have no idea who she was before they found her as there was no backstory at all. I also believe that there should be trigger warnings stated at the beginning of book so readers will know there is physical abuse, mental abuse and rape. My final issue was the introduction of mythology through the Hades and Persephone introduced midway for me literally from nowhere and then at the end a cliff-hanger which was not done well in my view. I see what they were trying to do but this was not executed very well. Unfortunately I will not be picking up anymore of the books in this series and wish G Bailey well for her next endeavours. So for all these reasons I am rating this book with 1 star