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She's in love...and in danger.Hazel has been in love with her neighbor and brother's best friend, Adam, ever since she can remember. She thinks he may finally love her back until he tries to set her up with his boss, Duke Jasper Wolfric, the alpha werewolf of England. She has no interest in marrying the duke; all she wants is Adam. After the duke chooses a different bride,She's in love...and in danger.Hazel has been in love with her neighbor and brother's best friend, Adam, ever since she can remember. She thinks he may finally love her back until he tries to set her up with his boss, Duke Jasper Wolfric, the alpha werewolf of England. She has no interest in marrying the duke; all she wants is Adam. After the duke chooses a different bride, Hazel and Adam begin to get closer. But as their relationship progresses, Hazel finds herself in danger. She is threatened by another woman who is in love with Adam and by a wolf who is bent on her demise. Will Hazel be able to fight for her love and her life and make her own happily ever after?...

Title : the wolf s choice
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ISBN : 34704024
Format Type : Kindle Edition
Number of Pages : 383 Pages
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the wolf s choice Reviews

  • Kathy
    2019-03-25 03:07

    This wasn't my favorite of the series so far but it's not a bad read. Adam and Hazel have feelings for each other but both tried to hide them. Hazel is in danger from a wolf and Adam is in danger of a woman who is obnoxious to do anything to get him. I voluntarily read an Advanced Reader's Copy of this book.

  • Sarah
    2019-03-27 05:55

    Interesting Good story, easy read, and it keeps you busy. A simple love story that most can enjoy. Until the next one.

  • Becky Baldridge
    2019-03-29 01:01

    Adam and Hazel have some intrigue of their own in this one, which takes place at the same time as the first book in the series, but we get to see what's happening from Hazel's point of view. Adam and Hazel were two of my favorite characters from this series, so I was excited to read their story. It's no surprise that the book is well-written and the characters practically leap off the page, giving us another page turner from Blackmoor. I can't wait to see what's next for this couple.

  • Michelle Mccranie
    2019-04-10 05:20

    This book was a very good blend of historical romance and werewolf romance. The main characters were likable and the bad guys were very unlikable. Perfect

  • Lisa Jolly
    2019-04-13 00:08

    I voluntarily read an advanced reader copy of this bookI don’t usually read books from this genre, but it sounded interesting so l gave it a go, glad l did because l enjoyed this book.Hazel is from a wealthy family, he has been in love with her Brother Henry’s friend Adam for years. Adam has just been accepted to the Wolf’s council, he has lost both his parents and is now a Lord. He has been in love with Hazel for years. With Adam pushing her to marry Jasper the wolf Alpha, and with Hazel in danger do they accept each other’s love and find out who is out to hurt Hazel so they can have their HEA?

  • Megan
    2019-04-18 04:21

    A perfectly pleasant read. Not awesome, not bad, but I wouldn't really say it was meh either. The characters were simple, not complex, and despite knowing them they didn't feel all that deep. The story itself was fine, a bit of drama both for the relationship and the plot. The writing was adequate as well, just very simple. I didn't find myself moved by the writing, characters, or the relationship, but that's not to say I disliked what I read. I did find that the writing style sounded period appropriate in the beginning but very quickly became something more modern. It was kind of subtle, but I kept reading and thinking, "Wait, would someone back then actually say that? In that way?" It became distracting as the book progressed.Adam was my least favorite character mainly because he was sweet, but wishy washy, not terribly confident, not direct, not terribly interesting. I think I've been groomed by every other historical romance to like broody rakes that have enough confidence for at least ten men, and then in PNR's to be swept away by dark, strong, charismatic men who become wolves or other animals. My point being that I find myself with a distinct lack of being charmed by Adam's mild mannered character.Hazel was fine, but rather immature for my tastes. I did like her ability to take things in stride, not rise to catty levels to match her tormentors, and her care and concern for other characters.Even though there's not a lot of page time, my favorite characters were Christine and Henry. Christine was complex and interesting, Henry was interesting because he was intriguing. Maybe we'll get more from him in other books.I haven't read any other book in this series and wouldn't be opposed to reading others, but since my libraries don't carry them, I can't say I'll be purchasing them on Amazon. They're fine reads, but not compelling.I read and willingly reviewed an ARC received from Hidden Gems.

  • Lin ( Nerdy Bookworm)
    2019-04-02 01:01

    ******I voluntarily reviewed an Advance Review Copy of this book******Hazel Ackerman and Adam Wellington had been dancing around each other since childhood actually Adam was her brothers (Harry) best friend. It was at Adam's birthday party where the confirmation of their love was acknowledged but afterward something changed. Hazel awakening alone with Henry no where to be found. Did he used her? Was his confirmation of love a lie? Who wanted Hazel dead?The plot was interesting from the old England country filled with a historical tale of werewolves. The author writing was good for a book this size. I just felt it was drawn out too much on certain details but rushed on important ones. I love paranormal books but not too impressed with 1800 centuries novel; however, it would be different if I had start at the initial story.

  • Lieve
    2019-03-27 00:23

    The Wolf's Choice is once again a well-written, engaging story with plenty suspense and angst that pulled me totally in from the beginning and didn't let go. I liked this one , it was very intriguing and action packed . This is Hazel and Adam's story but it was great to read about Jasper and Christine again . Now we'll just have to wait and see what 's up with Jasper's evil brother who's on the run ! Another great read from Patricia Blackmoor .Voluntarily reviewed an advanced readers copy .

  • Tammy
    2019-04-12 02:00

    Got from Hidden Gems Romance ARC Club, for a honest review.First one I have read from the series and didn't feel like I need to read the others to read this one. It probably would help to know about them. I liked the story. There were a few things that were questionable. Hazel running with three cracked ribs was not believable for me. I liked Hazel character. Adams was a little off for me at times. The two trouble maker girls Lillian and Hattie made me hate them on how they treated Hazel. The story line was good and had a nice steady pace. I some what had a clue but wasn't hundred percent sure who was stealing Hazels things from her room. I liked the mystery the author put in the book as I tried to figure it out. Want to read others before this one and other books the author writes.Thank you for letting me read a part of the series.

  • Cassie
    2019-04-11 06:22

    Hazel has been in love with her brothers best friend for as long as she can remember. After one night changes things, Hazel believes she has lost him forever. Will Adam ever be able to admit that he loves her? Will society standards allow them to court?This is the perfect beginning to Hazel and Adam's part in this series! Love how these two have a bond that goes beyond love and that they know each other so well. I do not like Hazel's parents, but I do think they play a big factor in the way she is. It's great to get another point of view of the first books! Really can't wait to read the next book!

  • Miriam
    2019-04-05 04:04

    I have not read the other books in the series, but based on the blurbs this book lines up with the 1st book in the series but with a different couple.The concept of the story was good, but I felt too much of the plot depended on the MCs not talking to each other (I hate the Big Misunderstanding trope, and this came pretty close). Hazel feels too young to me (and she has obviously been rather sheltered), but I found her more than a touch annoying. I also never really bought in to Adam's motives for how he treated Hazel, he seemed to be very unsure of what he truly wanted.The suspense segments had some intense points, but I felt like it too forever to get there at times. (view spoiler)[There were also several times I really wondered at Hazel being allowed to walk back to her house alone when Adam knew there was a threat. The least he could have done was escort her home. (hide spoiler)]I voluntarily reviewed an Advance Reader Copy of this book

  • Marzena
    2019-03-28 00:56

    This is wonderful paranormal romance with bit of mystery, danger, adventure, and true love. I will recommend this book. I voluntarily reviewed an Advanced Reader Copy of this book.

  • Tiffany
    2019-04-22 03:03

    This is the first book I've read by this author. With it being book four in the series, thankfully it is a standalone. You wouldn't have to read the books in order to follow along and understand what's going on. This has romance, drama, a stalker, and suspense. I liked seeing Hazel grow in self-confidence as the story progressed. I liked how Adam tried to always do what was best for Hazel but some things just seemed too much. The ending was a surprise and overall I liked the book. I will likely read the other books in the series.*I voluntarily reviewed an Advance Reader Copy of this book. This is my honest review.*

  • SouthernAngel
    2019-04-15 05:08

    A pleasant read. Not complex in plot or character, but not awful either, just a comfortable read with a little drama in both relationship and plot. I voluntarily reviewed an Advanced Reader Copy of this book.