Lover Claimed by A.M. Griffin
My rating: 4 of 5 stars
Lover Claimed (Dark Wolf Enterprises #2) by A.M. Griffin
Lajos Farkas is on a mission to discover who’s embezzling money from Dark Wolf Enterprises. The last thing he needs is the best friend of his brother’s mate, Meisha, tagging along on the investigation.
Meisha’s character is very entertaining. She is unpredictable and highly trained in martial arts, making her dangerous and an asset on the mission. Her past makes her rightfully paranoid that she is responsible for what is happening; fueling her desire to help solve the case.
Being of Hungarian decent, I appreciated that Lajos Farkas is a fellow Hungarian (even if he is fictional). I love that his last name means wolf. I like that Lajos appreciate the qualities in Meisha that most men would disapprove of, making them a good fit.
I did not read the first book in the series, which is in the Brought To His Knees anthology; however, I had no problems following the story. A. M. Griffin did a great job recapturing the important issues from book one in Lover Claimed. The story is well-written. The plot is exciting and full of suspense. This was an easy book to read, that I could not put down and went through quickly.
Complimentary copy provided in exchange for an honest review.
ebook, 151 pages
Published September 8th 2014 by Three Twenty-One, LLC
edition language: English
series: Dark Wolf Enterprises #2
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