Book Review: How I See It ~ Lover Claimed ~ A.M. Griffin

34569113This is my review and how I see it. In Lover Claimed, author A.M. Griffin gives us a different breed of wolf shifters. In book two of the Dark Wolf Enterprise series, Lajos brother of Kristof Farkas. The prologue of this book begins with Kristof speaking with their alpha and older brother Andras about the firm he hired to vet out the embezzler. While it was an interesting way to begin a story I wish the author would have lead with Lajos first, this is his is story after all.

Meisha is Trudy’s Black-Asian American best friend, who gives Lajos a reception he won’t soon forget. Lajos has is dropping off Trudy’s dog to Meisha ‘s apartment, she comes home to find an unexpected visitor and commences to kicking his assets. Lajos does not know what hit him. These two are like oil and water, he tells her to stay put and she does the exact opposite.

On the hunt to find out about the Russian wolves and who hired them Lajos and Meisha (mostly Meisha) head into danger first and ask questions later. This wolf shifter has met his match in every way with the least likely possible a human female.

You won’t get bored reading this story.

This book is for anyone who likes something different, like wolf shifters who can control the minds of others.

The author has provided a free copy of her work in exchange for an honest review.

This is my review and how I see it.

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