The She-Wolf Games: The Pack Mates of Lunar Crest Audible Audiobook – Unabridged
Dozens of werewolves compete to claim a pack mate spot, but only four can win. Let the She-Wolf Games begin!
With werewolves on the brink of extinction, packs from everywhere came together in an attempt to overcome their differences. The creation of the She-Wolf Games did just that, bringing peace among the territories as packs worked toward the same goal: To save their species.
Usually, I’d be touched by such a monumental occasion, but I had no idea werewolves existed. Or that female werewolves were a commodity and the ultimate prize.
I figured it out fast after a beautiful pack of wolves saved me from the men involved in my dad’s criminal past. If only one of the cute suckers hadn’t bitten me, triggering the nature my dad kept hidden with magic. Or if these men hadn’t carried me away to a sanctuary for the last werewolf packs in existence.
Because now, I find myself as one of three she-wolves among a few dozen men competing for a chance to fill a spot in my new pack. Four scary-hot werewolves who all get to claim me? I think I need to stretch. These men will do anything to win the She-Wolf Games. It’s supposed to be for a good cause, right? Hell no. I will put these tough guys in their places. I’ll show them that I’m not some docile prize. I’m their rightful leader now.
If you love fast burn, fated mates, instant attraction, and a woman who loves fiercely protective men, this book is perfect for you. Get ready for sparks to fly as the games begin!
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|Listening Length||8 hours and 56 minutes|
|Audible.com Release Date||October 20, 2020|
|Best Sellers Rank|| #150,826 in Audible Books & Originals (See Top 100 in Audible Books & Originals) |
#4,661 in Paranormal Romance (Audible Books & Originals)
#14,612 in Werewolf & Shifter Romance
#19,582 in New Adult & College Romance (Books)
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Lyric lives a pretty basic but boring life in the city until what she thinks is the worst night of her life.
She's been evicted and there are several jerks chasing her, vying for her attention. She can't run or hide because they'll find her. She's taken to another realm that they say is her home. She knows nothing about werewolves or witches besides what she's read in stories, which are not facts.
But on the plus side she's got four fine af men that want her and claim to be chosen by her father.
Will Lyric play the She wolf games and see if the 4 men can win? Or will she leave?
This book has everything from a secret identity and life that was hidden from her by a parent to missing parents to deep soul linking connections to steamy scenes between the FMC and more than one man amd there are fight scenes and action.
I really liked this one and am glad it was recommended to me.
It's very formulated writing and there is a LOT of repetition with these games. Just switch out the names of the male and it's the same thing just a different "territory."
I love that the heroine is a fighter and the fight scenes are very well done. But when she's trying to make a point and stand up for herself and the other she-wolves she comes across as a brat. She starts screaming and threatening. When she starts doing this it just makes her seem like a teenager going through puberty. It's exhausting and continues through book 2. The other annoying habit the Author did is all the internal dialogue. The heroine has pages of internal dialogue where she thinks she's crazy, and so wish-washy and then horny. And as a Reader, by the time she's done talking to herself I feel like the scene should be pages ahead. I am skimming over these parts - again, super annoying writing style: get out of her head and write the actual dialogue.
The only saving Grace about this series are the harem men. Each male character has a distinct personality. The men need her. They want her. They cherish her. It's dreamy and refreshing that there's not a lot of angst or denial of feelings on their part.
And the sex scenes on point. Different positions is always a good thing! Its not just missionary - yawn. So those are sexy and well done.
I'll finish the series because I've already finished two of them. I'm just hoping we get somewhere because I feel like I'm in a cyclone and it doesn't stop spinning me around in the same place.
Hopefully more development of all the characters I am starting to love.
Top reviews from other countries
Lyric has no idea what's going on and is thrown into some game where men want to claim her. She has absolutely no time to think things through especially with the games starting ASAP.
She had no idea why she wants to jump thr bones of the men thsy find her. She doesn't understand how she can just simply fall for these men without knowing them.
She has lots of people after her because she apparently started the war between wolves and lycan just by being born.
Follow Lyric on her crazy adventures and trying to figure out who she is.
Hopefully in the next book we get more of the story of her Dad and Mum. I enjoyed this book can't wait to read the next one :)
A stoeng FMC who's strong and determined and 5 men determined to be there when she wants to be soft and vulnerable too. The perfect blend of stubborn alpha males, danger and plot.
The steamy scenes were also fire 🔥
After being evicted, Lyric is kidnapped and told she is a sge-wolf and must take part in the traditional She-Wolf Games. An old way of determining the best wolves for the She-Wolf's pack. Only Lyric was never told she was a wolf and she clings to her dad's teachings, disbelieving what she is told and questions everything.
Slowly she forms friendships, but is still reluctant to immerse herself into this new life.
This is book 1 in a 'why choose' series.
I loved the concept, but didn’t feel there was enough character on environmental descriptors to help you engage with the story or the characters.
Fine for a light read, and I persevered to the end of the book, but don’t feel I enjoyed it enough to seek out book 2, despite the cliffhanger ending, which is a shame.