Review — “Wild” by Meghan O’Brien

 
Bold Strokes Books
June 2011
288 pages

Cover of Wild by Meghan O'BrianI really liked Meghan O’Brien’s Endgame and Battle Scars, but while Wild isn’t badly written per se, I didn’t like it as much. It didn’t have enough world building to work as paranormal fiction. Selene is the only shape-shifter/werewolf around, and she doesn’t even seem to wonder if there are others like her.

It’s more of a romance than a paranormal novel, but even the romance didn’t fully convince me. For someone who avoided emotional attachments for many years, she let herself enter into a relationship a bit too quickly.

If you are looking for a good paranormal fiction novel, you’ll probably be disappointed.

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