Wolf Girl by Leia Stone

Rating: 4 out of 5.

When my parents were banished from Wolf City before I was born, I thought there was no way I would ever live in a pack again. Cuffed, with my shifter magic bound, I was forced to go to school with witches and vampires in order to keep my true nature from coming out.
Then I met him.
Sawyer Hudson.
The Alpha’s son was visiting the Delphi College for Magically Banished Youth and spotted me. He took one look at me, and an hour later, I was being pulled out of school, taken into Wolf City and leaving my parents and everything I knew behind.
It’s the Alpha’s son’s selection year, the year he must pick a mate, and every female aged 18-22 must be in attendance.
I’ve landed myself in the middle of Werewolf Bachelor, and just when I think I’ve got a handle on things, Sawyer releases my cuffs, unbinds my magic, and sees what I really am.
The problem is, I don’t know what this creature is that I transform into. It’s not an ordinary werewolf, that’s for damn sure.


My Review

The author’s intro was enough to make me want to read this story. This book was also recommended to me in similar books I have read recently on Amazon.
I love that the author included a map of her city to help the reader understand where the story takes place. The first part of the story really drew me in because I loved the story’s opening part. You got to see Demi’s personality and watch her lose control, which happened to be in front of a hot guy (Sawyer). I was very interested in this book from the Wolf Girl’s point of view. The author totally captivated my attention with her unique additions to the fantasy world.

The books began at a Delphi University with a very introspective look at our main characters’ circumstances and attitudes. The author covers the back story or the main characters very early in the book. Still, she doesn’t info dump the information. She does it thru conversation and thought. The reader definitely gets enough information to understand the history as things progress.

Werewolf City is mentioned, and I loved that the author had an entire backdrop set up with scenes I could imagine as they described it. Wolf Girl is Demi, and of course, the hot alpha’s son is Sawyer. (Don’t worry, I won’t post any spoilers, this one you have to read for yourself). I enjoyed that Demi is relatable and a strong female character even with all the drama and unexpected events.
This book gets even more interesting as you read through and get more backstory on the main characters, their personalities, and, of course, the history as well as the current situation.

It made me cry, laugh, and I was imagining all the romance that is portrayed. The story was easy to relate to and see as a possibility. I enjoyed that love and connection were themes throughout the book, even with the added unknown, mystery, and maybe not the best circumstances. I know I wouldn’t want to be Demi in this story, but I definitely loved how she came to life as it progressed.

Werewolf bachelor, Vampire attacks, true love, broken promises, banished wolves, split shifters, and so much more.

You definitely want to read this, and you won’t want to put it down once you get started.

This book is for mature audiences, and it does contain scenes of adult content and triggers of adult context. It even has a warning on the title page.

You can find Wolf Girl by Leia Stone on Amazon. As as Amazon associate I earn from qaulfying purchases.

Published by Tanya

I am an avid reader who loves amazing romance, fantasy, or paranormal books. I spend as many hours reading as I can and love to find a fantastic story,

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