Wednesday, February 10, 2016

Review of The Werewolf Bodyguard (Moonbound #2) by Camryn Rhys & Krystal Shannan


I received this book as an ARC for an honest review.

In this book we meet Aria and Marco. Marco works as a chef in a 5 star restaurant on the strip. However one night something calls him out into the dinning room. After exiting the kitchen he knows he smells another wolf but can't understand why. Marco knows nothing about packs and other wolves. He has been alone for most of his life but one whiff of Aria and he knows he wants more. When going for more though Marco is always holding his wolf back afraid what has happened before will happen again. He can't risk it but there is something about Aria that leads him to believe he just might be safe with her. 

Aria is hurt that the man she has looked at as a father figure has chosen another to stand by him in the council meetings. She thought she was doing everything right and to be relegated to second after a long lost family member comes home feeds her insecurities. She would never go against her alpha but there is a part of her that wants to throw something or someone. So after deciding to try a new restaurant while in Vegas she gets a huge shock. She has found another wolf who is not aligned with a pack. In fact he knows nothing of pack life which is something Aria has never heard of before however this will take them both on a journey they never thought they would have. 

What would you do if you found the one person you were meant to be with but one of you isn't ready and the other doesn't know what this means? This is just one of the problems that Marco and Aria find. This also opens up another child like Elise the only difference is Marco knows who his mother is but hasn't seen her since he was a teen. This book shows us the sometimes love can help heal anyone. This is a great story that will really get us ready for even more in this series with a truly evil man behind the scenes. I would recommend this book to anyone and everyone.

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