Review: Wolf’s Desire (Caedmon Wolves Book 4) by Ambrielle Kirk

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When Keira becomes a widow, she realizes that the life she once had wasn’t normal after all. After her husband is brutally murdered, she is more than just alone but vulnerable to threats and tangled in a web of greed. Her decisions lead her into a corner, and safety is jeopardized.

Aiden, Caedmon Council member, has never failed when it comes to fulfilling the terms of his employment contract. When he is hired to protect an heiress, he doesn’t plan on her being the only woman to bring both challenge and purpose in his life. Without hesitation, he vows to keep the grieving Keira safe—even from himself.

Keira trusts Aiden unconditionally and finds joy whenever they are together, but can love transcend a tragedy? Aiden’s urge to protect her is just as great as his desire to claim her. Once the passion is unleashed and fueled by the need to have all of her, the wolf will accept nothing less than his mate.

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Review: 4 out of 5 Stars

by Sophie Sansregret

It is always a delicate thing, reading and reviewing a book midway in a series. This is book 4 of the Caedmon Wolves series and I confess I have not read the previous three books. The nice thing about this is: I have something to go back to. And I am pleased to report that those, like me, who have not read the series will have no difficulty picking up in its middle; and you will likely be inspired to read the previous installments.

This book is novella-length or “snack-sized”. A quick read with good tension in the story as well as scorching heat between our main characters: Keira and Aiden.

Aiden (wolf-shifter) is as Alpha male as they come. Big. Protective. Sexy. Smart. Wanting to walk away from his body guard career (and calling) but pulled back in for one job. Keira (human), widowed and harassed (suspicious circumstances surrounding death, and there’s something in the book case but what?) she needs protection. Yum it’s Aiden who’s drawn to her worse than flies to honey.

There is something uniquely satisfying about these types of romances wherein the Alpha male KNOWS the heroine is THE ONE. His mate, as Aiden calls Keira. In a world of ups and downs, bad relationships and general uncertainty, it is gratifying to read a sexy book where the man is captivated by the woman and we know he’s devoted to her. Maybe for some it’s a pipe dream; but for me as reader, this attraction tells me that the sex will be all-encompassing, wildly fulfilling, and hopefully frequent.

Aiden, assigned to protect Keira, discovers she is his true mate. And mate they do. But it’s beyond animalistic, it is also spiritual. As anyone knows, wolves mate for live. It’s what everyone who loves an Alpha male could hope for. They bond and he marks her permanently in a very gratifying (on many levels) scene.

While this is a novella, there is detail enough to keep any reader pleased. The pacing is quick and the time period brief. One hopes that Book 5 follows swiftly on the heels. This novella is almost a teaser. I would love to see all these books bound into one nice volume for a cold winter’s night.

About Ambrielle Kirk

Multi-published author Ambrielle Kirk writes erotic, paranormal romance, and urban fantasy. Ambrielle lives in Atlanta, GA where she works in the accounting and finance industry. She holds a Master’s Degree in Accounting. Since graduation she’s worked in the public and private accounting sectors. She is the wife of a loving husband, and the mother of a beautiful girl. She works and writes full-time.  A bestselling author in several sub-genres at ARe and Amazon, she has also earned a 2012 Swirl Award in the paranormal category. She’s a member of RWA, FF&P special interest chapter of RWA, and co-founder and treasurer of Cultural, Interracial, and Multicultural special interest chapter of RWA. Ambrielle Kirk is also an admin at the blog, IRMC Books.