Wolf Seeker Review

Title: Wolf Seeker
Author: Yumoyori Wilson
Series: Claiming My Pack #2
Publisher: Self-Published
Publication Date: 02 December 2018
Source: Author
Format: eBook
Pages: 231
Rating: 3 Stars
Reading Timeline: 09 February 2019 - 12 February 2019

Goodreads Synopsis:

An Undiscovered Past. A Feud Between Families. A Unity Filled with Hope. 

Harper Blake thought she had found where she belonged. A family who'd accepted her, a safe home that would protect her, and a love for the boy who saved her from death. Her life at Sacred Moon Shelter for Endangered Wolves was everything she could have asked for. 

All of that changes with a spark of a fire and a confrontation that leaves her on the verge of death once more. After another close call with the Angel of Death, Harper soon discovers that everything she thought was true, was woven in lies. 

The deceit puts a heavy burden on Harper's heart, and when she finally realizes who her true mate is, she's unsure which path to choose. Or if she wants to. 

As much as Harper needs time to figure things out, the tension between packs grows day by day, to the point where it's time for her to give up on her Wolf Tamer title and become a Wolf Seeker. 
Her first quest? Bring the four Cardinal Packs together, and that will put her to the test, leaving her with the task of deciding whether love is worth the risk of losing it all. 

For the sake of unity, power, and love, Harper is ready to protect the only pack she's ever known. 

Book Review:
Pre-reading Thoughts:

I absolutely loved the first book in this series. I enjoyed it so much that I couldn't wait to read the next book after the cliffhanger. This caused me to message the author to see if she would be willing to send me a copy.

A huge thank you to the author, Yumoyori Wilson, for sending me a copy of this book. Just a small disclaimer for those reading this review, I have received this book for free. Please note that this does not affect my opinion in any way. All thoughts are my own. 

Writing Thoughts:

Similar to the first book, the writing pulls you in from the first page. However, despite the magnetic pull of the writing, it became heavy with detail impacting the pace. This made it difficult to read the book because I often found myself having to put the book down due to all the information supplied. The pace picks up once there is a switch between Harper and Carter's point of view.

Plot Thoughts:

The plot starts off almost exactly where the previous book ended. It starts off with a bang, pulling the reader into the world of the wolf-shifters. As readers, we get a larger insight into the world and much like the writing, the plot is weighed down by all of the new information. It is only broken by a few cute moments between all of the characters.

Character Thoughts:

The characters were the same charismatic and diverse group from the previous book. Their different personalities definitely jumped off of the page. I really liked the group's dynamic. There is this big culture of support. These are definitely some of my favourite characters.

Final Thoughts:

Overall, I was actually kind of disappointed by this book. It didn't surprise or pull me in as much as the first book. I definitely think that this book suffered from second book syndrome. The writing was cluttered with details which in the bigger picture did add to the world building but it was a case of too much too fast. The plot also suffered from the amount of information that we were given because so much of it was informing Harper about the world and her past. However, despite this, the characters remain my favourite part of this series. Thank you so much to the author for providing me with a copy of this book to review.

Yours in Reading,


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