First of I think I am going to have to explain the title for this blog post. 'Show me the Books' has been a feature I have been mulling over in my head for a wee while now. Basically it's where I shall share with you some book within a theme, and then hopefully you dear readers, will tell me in the comments some other books that you have heard of / read within that theme.
So to give this feature a try I thought I would share some of the FREE* kindle books (feat. werewolves) I have been reading in the last few months. I have been dipping back into Urban Fantasy more and more recently and I thought I would give some of the free books a go first.
(*According to Amazon (UK) - hopefully they will still be free when you read this!)
1) Shadows of the Ancients (Volume 1) by Christine M. Butler
This is a new-adult book (ages 16+)
I really enjoyed this book and gave it a 5 star when I first read it and a 4 star when I re-read it. I really enjoyed the sequels to this book as well. I think what make this book stand out for me was the fact that the main female lead wasn't a 'Bella' character, she was strong and comfortable as a werewolf.
2) Bloodfire (Blood Destiny #1) by Helen Harper
I have just finished this book so I can't comment on the sequels but I gave this a 4 stars. I loved the variety of shifters in this book, our hot headed main character and a hot alpha of alphas (who I can't wait to read more about).
3) Dirty Blood (#1) by Heather Hildenbrand
This is another one that I have only read the first in the series, and gave a 3.5 stars. I think the main feature I enjoyed about this book was the political tensions that the main character is thrust into the middle of.
4) Natures Destiny (#1) by Justine Winter
This is another book for 'mature' readers.
I have read this book twice now and given it 4 stars both times, I have read two of the sequels and enjoyed them however I have yet to read the final book in the series. I love the family dynamic in this series the pack family has such a great connection, which our main character quickly becomes a part of.
NOW IT'S OVER TO YOU:
Have you read any good werewolf books recently?
Have you read any of these book's I've mentioned?
Any other free urban fantasy books I should be checking out?
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