Dire (The Dire Wolves Chronicles #1) By Alyssa Rose Ivy

DireBlurb: Gage was the first guy I ever wanted. He was my first crush and my first fantasy, but he wasn’t my first in any other way because he never saw me as anything more than a friend— at least not until the night that changed everything.

It was all Gage’s fault. He insisted we drive through the storm and take the back roads. By the time the storm hit full force we had no chance. One night of snowbound sex changed our relationship forever. The problem was at the same time I caught another guy’s attention. This other guy happened to be the alpha of a pack of shifter wolves. I thought the wolves were the worst of my problems, but I was wrong. When things went from bad to worse I had to make a lifelong sacrifice to save Gage, but what price is too much to save the one you love?

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2.5 Stars

I was really hoping I would like this book.  I loved her other series, but this one just didn’t do much for me.  I think it was the absoluteness of it.  There was really no choice and I always chafe against those kind of restrictions in a book.  Which effects my enjoyment of it.  I couldn’t find a connection with the MC.  She seemed a bit of a non participant in the story, just waiting for things to happen instead of making them happen.

I found the sex was too much of a focus in this book. Like they just had to have each other when they were in danger.  I just don’t understand that.  For me, it seems like they weren’t taking their safety seriously if they had the time to mess around, ya know.

I guess I’m just too practical? Maybe my priorities are more in tune with getting away and staying alive than some fleeting physical experience that does not constitute love.  But that sounds totally snobbish when I say it out loud.  I swear I’m not a snob.

Eh, I may read the next one, but probably not anytime soon.

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