Wolf (Fairy Tale Series Book 3) by Jody Lynn Daniels – Review by Emily Walsh

Wolf: Book 3 in The Fairy Tale Series (Fairy Tale Series )Wolf: Book 3 in The Fairy Tale Series
By: Jody Lynn Daniels
My Rating: 4 of 5 stars

Wolf (Fairy Tale Series Book 3) by Jody Lynn Daniels was a page turner, and once I started reading I couldn’t put this book down.

My first read from this author and from this series, I fell quickly into this sweet second chance romance. Well written, easy to read, this little wonder is full of passion, good feels, and puts a new kind of spin on a favorite fairy tale. Tolde in dual POV we get both sides of the story, rounding out this heart puncher.

As much as I loved this book, there were a few things that bothered me. One was the CPR scene, not so much the CPR in itself, but the fact that the person requiring it wasn’t taken to the hospital after. Anytime CPR is perform you need to take the casualty to the hospital, because there’s a good possability a rib or two got broken in the process. The other thing was that, Sasha, just kind of disappeared towards end of the book. She was such a force, and prominent character, then that, after a certain breakdown, the author, just kind of, left her out of the ending. I felt there was a missed opportunity there, especially with Carson.

Other then that, I loved the plot, and the growing connection between the two MC’s. Their romance grew at a steady pace, it never felt forced or awkward. There was time for both of them to grow and rediscover their emotions. Carson was a sweet guy, like, I think I fell for him. He gave Maggie space and time, but I do feel like if he told the truth from the get go, then it would have solved a lot of problems, especially when he told like three people before her. But as a whole, I think Carson stole the show and really carried the story.

Overall this story is sweet, heart melty and just full of those good feels. I’m definitely going to be checking out the other books, so please take my super high recommendation and my stamp of approval, that you will get lost in this modern retelling of red riding hood.

Happy Reading

-Review by @eawalsh

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