Tuesday, April 11, 2017

Review of Alpha & Omega by Camilla Ochlan and Bonita Gutierrez.

The Alpha & Omega (The Werewolf Whisperer, #2) by Camilla Ochlan & Bonita Gutierrez 4*
BLURB: Ever since K-Day and the "werewolf apocalypse," life has been rough for The Werewolf Whisperer team of Lucy Lowell and Xochitl MagaƱa. But it's about to get a whole lot rougher.
As Lucy's uncanny ability to control the Were population takes an unexpected turn, she's thrust into an unfamiliar world that's more vivid, more alive and more scary than she's ever known. And now, with the ominous words "You're makin' a mistake, Lucy Lowell. Trustin' all the wrong people" still running through her mind, she's on the hunt.
Xochi's world has just turned upside down again…and she's freaking out. Not only is she running from a psychotic blonde while a hyperactive teenage Were howls in the backseat of her pristine Toronado, her best friend is hell-bent on tracking down the woman she once thought of as a second mother. All Xochi wants is to find a hole, crawl inside and forget K-Day ever happened. But the more she learns of Lucy's history, the more separated Xochi feels from her friend.
Now for the first time in two years, Lucy and Xochi find themselves on different roads. Unfortunately, the women discover that something evil is about to surface, and they must put aside their differences to once again save society from itself. Wanted, disgraced and set-up, Lucy and Xochitl hurtle toward a confrontation that will shatter everything they thought they knew.

My Review: I was gifted this book in exchange for an honest review. So this is a sequel to The Werewolf Whisperer and I thought I knew what to expect from it. However it surpassed those expectations by a mile. It was so much more than book one and yet it still had all the things from book 1 that I enjoyed. The great world building, the interesting characters, the intrigue, the action, and the unexpected twists and turns that keep the reader glued to the pages. I honestly don't know what else to say about this book without giving away spoilers, so I'll just leave it to you to get the book and find out for yourself, just hang on to your hat when you do as it's a true roller-coaster of a ride with Lucy and Xochitl at the wheel. You won't regret it, but make sure you've read book 1 before you read this one as it isn't a standalone kind of story.

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