Lost Girl (Wolf Girl Series Book 2) by Leia Stone

Rating: 4 out of 5.

I’ve been kidnapped by vampires and Sawyer is under some love spell.

Now I’ve got to traipse through the entire Magic Lands without getting killed to make it back to Werewolf City… hopefully in one piece.

Everything would have worked out as planned if Sawyer hadn’t gone on another revenge killing spree in my honor.
Now the entire magical world is at war, and my True Mate and I are stuck in the middle of it.

It’s just another Monday.

My Review

I loved the Author included a map at the beginning of the story. It was beneficial to reference the location and see the fantasy land created for this continuation of the Wolf Girl story. This book starts with a bang immediately; the reader is thrown into action, picking up right where the Author left off in the first book. I enjoyed that from begging to the end of this book. The connection of the main characters to each other prevails even over a distance. The Author surprised me with more knowledge on the other Magical Creatures around and near Werewolf City, including the Paladins, Fae, and Witches. 

I didn’t love this book as much as the first one. It definitely isn’t a standalone story. After a kidnapping, we get more info on our main character Demi. Then the story will keep you at the edge of your seat as she makes her way back to Sawyer through the different lands. She meets a whole new cast of characters while fighting for her life and trying to get back to Werewolf City. A bounty on her head couldn’t make this any easier. With the help of a few strangers and finally finding friends and family, even with lots of misfortune along the journey, they make it back to Werewolf City. She has learned far more about her past, herself, and her people. 

I was surprised at how much Demi came to life as a strong female character through the peril and injuries. She stood out and was set apart not just for her unique talents but also in her outlook and personality. I enjoyed reading the story around her and her own history develop giving her a purpose even as a strong female. Her unique abilities definitely come into play in this book, both in her journey and even back home in Werewolf City with the Alpha (Sawyer’s Father). 

In Werewolf City, I assumed the worst had happened, and the book would just include a happily ever after. I was so wrong and quite surprised by the series of events that follow. Finally leading us to a whole lot of revealed secrets and drama. The story has an abrupt end with a choice and attack that I never saw coming. This story made me feel all the emotions from happy to sad to surprised and back again. 

I am anxious to read Book 3 and see where the Author takes this journey. What will it include, and if Demi and Sawyer have a future? 

 Book 3 isn’t available yet, but I can’t wait to finish this series the Author has a note in the back of the book for the presale of Book 3 Alpha Girl on Amazon. The next book should be available on April 30th, 2021. 

While you wait, this Author also offers lots of other Fantasy Books and Series. I look forward to hearing what you thought of this book and others by this Author. 

This story does contain adult content, I would say for mature audiences only. 

You can find Lost Girl by Leia Stone on Amazon if your interested. As an Amazon Associate I earn from qualifying purchases. Make sure you read the first book in this Series Wolf Girl by Leia Stone.

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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