Saturday, 17 August 2013

Book Review: The Wolf on the Hill by Jorja Lovett (#review)

The Blurb:

Can two stubborn wolf shifters let down their guards long enough to take a chance on love?

Lone wolf Caleb Jackson is only back in town long enough to sell his late father's house, and the bad memories with it. He never expected to find his mate.

Good girl Mia Blake never behaves badly. Except for the time she shifts into her wolf, chases a stranger through Olcan Hills, and has the hottest sex of her life on the forest floor.

He has no desire to settle down. She is afraid to upset her family. But, with someone determined to destroy Caleb's inheritance, and his secret fling with Mia getting hot and heavy,
moving on isn't as easy as he'd hoped.

Can either of them let down their guards long enough to take a chance on love?

My Review
This is the first shifter book that I have ever read, and because it was well written and enjoyable, it won’t be my last.  I thought the shifting into wolves aspect was so cool. Ms. Lovett has written a hot make-me-blush novel with engaging characters and an interesting story line. Mia and Caleb went perfectly together.

If you are a shifter virgin and you need an introduction into that subgenre, then step into it with this novel, it will leave you wanting to read more shifter books.

I give it four out of five chocolate bars.

I won a copy of this book on Kiru Taye’s blog.


  1. Funny good-girl who has the best excuse to be VERY naughty! Great review. Not my genre, but if that ever changes, I'll look into this one. :) Writer’s Mark

    1. LOL. Yes being a reviewer does allow me to read things which are a little on the naughty side. I so enjoy it.

  2. I'm glad you enjoyed Jorja's book. You're right. It's great as a shifter intro book.

  3. Thank you Nana and Kiru. You've made my day :)

  4. This genre is certainly not for me, Nana although I must say it sounds fascinating

    1. No every genre is for everyone, but I like to try everything (almost) once.


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