Title: Enemy Red
Series: mark of Lycos #1
Author: Marie Harte
Genre: Paranormal Romance – Shifter
Published: March 15, 2016
Publisher: Totally Bound Publishing
My Rating: 3 stars
The magic of love lies in the arms of his fiery enemy.
No one likes an arranged marriage, and Fenris, a golden wolf in the Silver Clan, plans to avoid it as long as he can. But the Wolf in the Forest has heard the prayers of another and grants the female her wish.
Unfortunately for Fenris, his destined mate is an alpha in her own right, and an enemy who plans on taking the Silver Clan, and Fenris, apart one bite at a time.
Until Fenris bites back.
Publisher’s Reader Advisory: This book contains scenes of F/F intimacy and menage.
Publisher’s Note: This book has been previously released by Totally Bound Publishing. It has been revised and re-edited for re-release.
Fenris has left his clan and is wandering during the mating period. He has no intention of accepting an arranged marriage and in defiance has struck out alone until the time of mating has passed. Unfortunately, he’s wandered into another clan’s territory – only to discover his mate.
Rudra has no idea why this wolf in in their territory, but if he can help in their war she’ll use him… supposed mate or not.
Enemy Red is such a short story that to say much more would be basically reading the story to you. I enjoyed it for what it was, a short introduction to the series. I’m not certain that I’ll continue with the series but I will at least pick up the next book to make that decision. To be honest, I really needed more to know if these characters and their story is one I need to continue. Normally I am content with what the author offered up in their story, after all it’s their’s not mine to tell – but this time, there really wasn’t enough for me to deeply care enough to want to know more. As much as I love Shifter Romance, I’m simply not sure about this one.
*I received an e-ARC of Enemy Red from the publisher and NetGalley in exchange for an honest review. That does not change what I think of this novel.*
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