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The Werewolf Queen (Wheel of Crowns Book 1) by Brandi Elledge – Review by Maura Harper

The Werewolf Queen (Wheel of Crowns Book 1)The Werewolf Queen by Brandi Elledge
My rating: 5 of 5 stars

This new age supernatural story flows from the very first page until the very last. It’s a story that has humor, self-actualization, great world building, The story has Witches, Mind Readers & Healers, demons, ghouls, vampires and were-creatures, a cute troll, cute boys and all that comes in between.

The story is well plotted and while some of the dialogue is a little (I hate to use the word annoying) teenage girl-ish hehe. The female protagonist is “different” than the others and must at a different pace because of it “all good things come in time”. She and her best friend are Yin & Yang and it is my hope that every teenage girl has a “Jo” in their life.

This is one of those books that I am clearly not the demographic for but I found it super enjoyable. It has humor (“She was like a case of gonorrhea. She kept flaring up when you least expected her”) and emotion and all around great things. This did not feel like a story that had a lot of words as filler. I could go on and on about this story but then I’d just be telling you the whole storyline and you wouldn’t have to read the enjoyable book for yourself. So I will just say:
It is a fast read that I was unable to put down until I was finished and I’m super glad that I have the next book in the series downloaded.

This was a solid 5 star read for me.

Review by @mauraharper

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The Werewolf Queen (Wheel of Crowns Series Book 1) by Brandi Elledge – Review by Kaitlynn Taylor

The Werewolf Queen (Wheel of Crowns Book 1)The Werewolf Queen by Brandi Elledge
My rating: 5 of 5 stars

The Werewolf Queen- Wheel of Crowns Series Book 1
By Brandi Elledge

5-stars

The Werewolf Queen is an incredible paranormal story that I highly enjoyed from the very beginning until the very end. Brandi wrote with so much detail that I could easily picture everything playing out in my mind and I was able to feel so invested and connected with these characters.

This storyline flowed so seamlessly, and I loved the originality of it. It was action-packed, intense, addicting, romantic and just pure perfection. I loved everything about this book.

I can’t wait to continue this series and I would absolutely recommend it to anyone looking for their next paranormal read!

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The Werewolf Queen (Wheel of Crowns Book 1) by Brandi Elledge – Review by Erica Fish

The Werewolf Queen (Wheel of Crowns Book 1)The Werewolf Queen by Brandi Elledge
My rating: 5 of 5 stars

Wheel of Crowns is a three book series and The Werewolf Queen is the first book. Brandi Elledge is an amazing author who has a wild and vivid imagination. Her attention to detail is what keeps me wanting more. The characters are so real that I felt like I was best friends with them. Sadie is the main female character and I felt like I knew her like a BFF. Sadie thought she did not have paranormal powers like her friend do. Until she was eighteen and here comes her powers. What will Sadie do with her powers? Who is the Werewolf Queen and what does business does she have with Sadie?

The Werewolf Queen (Wheel of Crowns Book 1) by Brandi Elledge – Review by Gail Guerrero

The Werewolf Queen (Wheel of Crowns Book 1)The Werewolf Queen by Brandi Elledge
My rating: 4 of 5 stars

The Werewolf Queen (Wheel of Crowns Book 1) by Brandi Elledge

Four Stars

Oh yeah this is going to be good. I really liked how this book went. I was actually hype at the end. Sadie has no magic in her and that makes her an outcast. I felt for her through the story because no one should be treated the way they treated her. But then you get to see all their mouths drop when Sadie turns out to be more than anyone thought. It sucks that she has to be powerful for people to accept her. I really like how the author set this story up and made the characters mesh well.
Review by @gguerrero89

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The Werewolf Queen (Wheel of Crowns Book 1) by Brandi Elledge – Review by Heather Lovelace

The Werewolf Queen (Wheel of Crowns Book 1)The Werewolf Queen by Brandi Elledge
My rating: 4 of 5 stars

An interesting take on the paranormal genre with a YA bend. The story flowed well and I enjoyed the characters that were introduced. I’m interested to see how the series develops. A good book and interesting read.

Reviewed by @heatherlovelace

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The Werewolf Queen (Wheel of Crowns Book 1) by Brandi Elledge – Review by Heather Bahm

The Werewolf Queen (Wheel of Crowns Book 1)The Werewolf Queen by Brandi Elledge
My rating: 5 of 5 stars

The Werewolf Queen (Wheel of Crowns Book 1), by Brandi Elledge, is a romantic fantasy novel. This novel/series by Brandi Elledge was exquisite. An amazing cast of characters set the stage for this amazing story. Sadie was a strong character, from her personality to her friendships to her sense of right & wrong. I instantly loved her and was rooting for her throughout the story. Adding in the supporting characters and the chain of events that unfold were original, intriguing and magnificent. One of the best first book/series starters that I have recently read. Brandi Elledge is imaginative and has a remarkable creation of all the individual characters along with the story development. I cannot wait to delve into the next book(s) of the series to see what comes next and the additional personalities that are introduced!

Reviewed by @hbahm

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The Werewolf Queen (Wheel of Crowns Book 1) by Brandi Elledge – Review by Emily Walsh

The Werewolf Queen (Wheel of Crowns Book 1)The Werewolf Queen
By: Brandi Elledge
My Rating: 4 of 5 stars

The Werewolf Queen (Wheel of Crowns #1) by Brandi Elledge was interesting, unique and original, it kept my attention and turning the pages.

Okay I’m going to be real with you, this book is different, good different from a plot stand point. It fresh and very intriguing. The wording building is detail and the authors paints a wonderful picture, making you feel connected and there. Now here were I’m going to have to get a little, not so nice…. The MC, was, a little annoying, and I didn’t like the trying to be funny all the time trope, it made for weird reading, the dialogue choppy, and it also was hard to get into a serious scene.

I love the different take on the supernatural world, I always love seeing how an author will reshape what has already been done, to create something new and wonderful. The journey was pretty neat, I love the key plot, and how it was used to grow our MC and her powers. As for the male love interest, CG, well, he was okay, but I felt like I read about him before. I wish his character had more depth, and wasn’t just a carbon copy of the typical alpha male. Like, he wasn’t bad, just.. meh.

Overall this story was fast moving, with an evolving plot and epic magical creatures. This book gets my high recommendation and my stamp of approval. I can’t wait to read the next book!

Happy Reading

-Review by @eawalsh

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The Werewolf Queen (Wheel of Crowns Book 1) by Brandi Elledge – Review by Anna Hirsch

The Werewolf Queen (Wheel of Crowns Book 1)The Werewolf Queen by Brandi Elledge
My rating: 5 of 5 stars

The Werewolf Queen (Wheel of Crowns Book 1) by Brandi Elledge
5 Stars

This is the first book that I have read from this author and I loved it. There were vampires, witches, demons and werewolves. There were mind-readers, healers and psychics. There were hot sexy men and a kick ass female lead, what’s not to love?

Sadie grew up in a town full of witches. Everyone had powers except her. On her 18 th birthday, everything changed. She came into her powers and all of a sudden, demons are trying to kill her. She always wanted powers, now every supernatural wants her dead because of them. Flirting with the Vampire Prince and lusting after the Werewolf King and trying not to get killed by his psycho witch fiancée and the Demon King, Sadie is quite busy. All the while she needs to find some lost keys and save the world. Not too much to ask of a girl who’s trying to graduate high school, right? She makes some new friends and heads on a crazy adventure.

This is an original, action packed story filled with amazing characters, unlikely allies and a bit of romance. Some of their antics had me laughing out loud. I loved this book and can’t wait to read more about their adventures.

Review by @Anna Hirsch
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The Werewolf Queen (Wheel of Crowns Book 1) By Brandi Elledge – Review By Caralee Loonat

The Werewolf Queen (Wheel of Crowns Book 1)The Werewolf Queen by Brandi Elledge
My rating: 5 of 5 stars

The Werewolf Queen (Wheel of Crowns book one) By Brandi Elledge
5 Stars!!!!!

I absolutely love finding new book series and authors. I was not disappointed by this book. I really found the author’s writing style to be quite refreshing and entertaining.The characters just really seem to jump off the pages and come to life.

I found myself really drawn to Sadie. The way that fate plays a part in her life really just makes the reader rout for her. I was really drawn to the chemistry between her and CG. I also liked how the author threw in some twists in the beginning of their relationship as it starts out. I really found myself on the edge of my seat as I read this book to see what would happen next. I will definitely be reading more from this author and this series.

Reviewed by @caraleeloonat
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The Werewolf Queen (Wheel of Crowns Book 1) by Brandi Elledge – Review by Bobbi Wagner

The Werewolf Queen (Wheel of Crowns Book 1)The Werewolf Queen by Brandi Elledge
My rating: 4 of 5 stars

I enjoyed this book from cover to cover. It is creative and engaging. It is about a young woman, Sadie. All of her friends have their super power but she doesn’t at least until she turns 18. From that point on life takes on a different meaning for her. She goes on a journey of someone wanting to kill her to trying to find a lost key. There is alot going on in this story but I enjoyed her sassy, feisty character along with the others. I didn’t regret picking up this book and neither will you

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