Wolf Hollow

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Thank you for the opportunity to review this book. In a post-apocalyptic world where humans, of course have ruined the earth, natural wolves have to now live with urban wolves (i assume bitten wolves). They do live together harmoniously, until it’s time to mate and breed. Then wolf hierarchy (natural vs bitten) come into play. This is where Sasha and Tabor are, as Sasha is a pureblood and Tabor is even worse than a bitten wolf—he is a half-blood (wolf/wizard). At first, they seem to not notice each other much, and then suddenly, especially when Sasha makes her mind up that he is the one for her—they become attracted to each other and fall in love. Tabor, by virtue of his birth is...

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Author Nikki Jefford takes readers into a post-apocalyptic paranormal world featuring sexy shifters, heady emotion and lots of pack politics. Wolf Hollow introduces readers to Tabor the cocky outcast with a chip on his shoulder and Sasha a leader in the making and only pack pureblood shifter. As the last remaining pureblood Sasha is a member of the packs’ governing council. She’s expected to be a great leader and most importantly procreate with a respectable pureblood from another pack to strengthen the Wolf Hollow Shifters. Sasha wants to become a great leader like her parents but she doesn’t appreciate the pressure to mate with a pureblood from members of the council and the pack...

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Wolf Hollow made for an enjoyable, quick read I would recommend to anyone who loves a good shifter series. In the beginning the main characters seem a bit flighty as their love/lust feelings do a quick 180 degrees.. but after you get past the first few chapters Sasha and her chosen man have plenty of action, drama, suspense, and sexual chemistry to make the book tough to put down. There’s a dystopian/post apocalyptic setting as well as a bit of magic thrown in-which added a different spin off to this series. My only confusion with this book was the difference between a werewolf and a wolf shifter, as the author never quite made it clear what the difference that led to the prejudice between...

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Wolf Hollow is the first in a new series by new to me author Nikki Jefford. This fantasy romance takes place in a post apocalyptic world where shifters and wizards are real and humans have been about wiped out by a health crisis. The world building was great and Tabor and Sasha will make you laugh and groan and sigh. As with any world politics will make you want to pull your hair out but you never stop rooting for the little guy. This book is filled with surprises and lots of love.
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REVIEW Nikki Jefford is an author that I have heard of but I hadn't read any of her books and when I saw Wolf Hollow was described as both shifter and post apocalyptic I was intrigued how the genres would mix together. The cover is set in a forest, which we later discover is wolf hollow. There is a wolf in the background who is looking towards the male in the foreground. I did wonder how post apocalyptic the book would be as it seems to be showing a very healthy looking green forest so was looking forward to finding out more. The title & author name font stand out well along with the series title at the very bottom of the cover. There is a tagline/recommendation from author Karen...

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Wolf Hollow is the first book I have read by Nikki Jefford and I am so glad I did!! This story is a wonderful unique read with a refreshing new take on the paranormal world. Sasha and Tabor are great characters and the overall interaction is engaging. I look forward to reading more of this author.
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2.5 Stars I felt like I was coming in in the middle of a series. I was playing catchup with the world and the characters for the first third of the book. But my biggest issue was with Sasha. She's supposed to be the alpha, but the council walks all over her. She spent years being a doormat instead of standing up for,herself or her pack. Besides the romance, which I enjoyed,I was kinda disconnected from the rest of the book. For me there was a lot that wasn't necessary, and seemed to be thrown in for no reason. Just wasn't a great read for me.
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Some interesting parts, and interesting characters, but at times a little jumbled. Tabor is a wolf/wizard mix and Sasha is a purebred wolf. The pack leaders are quick to try to interfere with who she is with, and force her to stick with a purebred. She had one before, and it didn't work out, so now she is with Tabor. Thing is there is a lot of fear about his magic, and so there is fear of him. A lot of manipulation, a lot of meanness, etc. It got tiresome after awhile, and not a lot of characters were endearing to me. The evil humans popping in and out, and the creatures (sounded like chuppacabras) were confusing. I wish more would have been shown or described to explain their purpose, or...

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