Sunday, July 5, 2015

Lone Wolf (Bluewater Bay #4) by Aleksandr Voinov & LA Witt



Reviewed by Tabatha


I've only previously read LA Witt on her own, but I definitely enjoyed the addition of Aleksandr Voinov for this next installment of the Bluewater Bay series. I loved the premise of online buddies meeting in person for the first time and all of the awkwardness that ensues. Once these two remember that they are still the same person they've been talking to forever, things definitely start to get pretty steamy.

Hunter and Kevin are first and foremost great online friends. They decide to finally meet in person after Hunter discovers that he wants to use Kevin's novel for the next book in his popular series, Wolf's Landing. I was intrigued by the whole process of Hunter bringing Kevin's story into the fold, and poor Kevin gets a dose of fame far too early for his comfort. I think the one thing that bothered me the most in this book was that there really wasn't much in the way of conflict for these two. It just felt really long for not much happening. Now as far as the romance aspects went, these two had great chemistry. I wished they would have followed through with some of their slash coming to real life, but the moments between them were still pretty hot.

Overall, I had a fun time reading Lone Wolf, and I can't wait to continue reading the Bluewater Bay series because it's been great so far!

*I received a review copy from the publisher/author via NetGalley in exchange for my honest review.*

If you'd like to check out more about this series or other books by Aleksandr and LA, please head over to their respective websites.





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