Bound by Blood (Crescent City Wolf Pack 3) by Carrie Pulkinen – Review by Sarah Oakes

Bound by Blood (Crescent City Wolf Pack, #3)Bound by Blood by Carrie Pulkinen
My rating: 5 of 5 stars

A great read about staying. Alexis Gentry has never stayed in one place for long, a rogue werewolf always on her own. Bryce Samuels is a policeman who has always found Alexis attractive, but never got the chance. When she gets into trouble with a werewolf exboyfriend, she ends up in hospital. Wanting to help her, Bryce looks after her and lets her stay at his house even thought she is reluctant. Will she run in fear of getting hurt or will she stay?
A great read. Well developed plot. Well developed characters like Bryce helping people with kind nature underneath harsh personality or Alexis standing up for herself but also struggling with her fears. a great addition to the trilogy from a different perspective. also brilliant with the theme of how sometimes not all mental battles can be won, both in Alexis and also in the suicide rescue department which was perfectly written.
I also loved the visual detail throughout the novel with the woods and the moon full of spooky natural imagery that was also calming and beautiful to add to the supernatural elements of the novel. i also loved the feel of the small town with its little cafes and cobbled streets to add to the sense of magic and mystery which was beautifully written. Or the scenes at the wedding full of people and life and colour with the dresses but also crowded nature for Alexis which was perfectly done. and the use of the senses throughout the novel with scents and tastes as if you were actualy there. Overall, a great read and I would give it five stars.

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