Wolf Hunted | Review

Title: Wolf Hunted
Series: The Last Shifter #1
Author: Sadie Moss
Pages: 234 pages
Version: Ebook (ARC)
Release date: 21 February 2019
Rating: ★★★★★


***Paranormal Reverse Harem*** 

Four renegade wolf shifters. An innocent young woman trapped in a web of lies. When their fates collide, sparks will fly… 

Diagnosed with a rare terminal illness, I’ve spent over half my life in the Strand Corporation’s state-of-the-art treatment facility. I keep my chin up and do everything the doctors order, praying one day I’ll walk out of here in perfect health.

But when that day finally arrives, it’s nothing like I hoped it would be. Instead, it comes in a hail of gunfire, along with four distractingly handsome men who say they’re here to rescue me.

On the run with these mysterious men and hunted by the very people I believed were my caretakers, I begin to realize nothing is what I thought it was.

Turns out, I’m not really sick.

I’m not completely human either…

Wolf Hunted is the first book in The Last Shifter series, a slow-burn reverse harem story. If you love heroines with guts, hot alpha men, whychoose romance, and edge-of-your-seat action, dive into this thrilling new series today!  


This book was provided by the author in exchange for an honest review. Thank you Sadie Moss!

Wolf Hunted is the first book in The Last Shifter series and tells the story of Alexis and her pack, Jackson, Noah, Rhys and West.

I requested this book because I wanted to try and read another paranormal book again. I’ve been reading so many Romance, New Adult, Contemporary books and I wanted to read another genre again. I was a bit afraid that I wasn’t going to enjoy this book because I hadn’t read that many paranormal books lately, but I loved Wolf Hunted and I couldn’t get enough of it.

Wolf Hunted was my first Reverse Harem Romance book and I loved it. A Reverse Harem means that a girl is followed by a few handsome men who are all in love with her. In the beginning I didn’t know what a Reverse Harem was, so I looked it up before I started this book and it made Wolf Hunted more interesting.

I really enjoyed the slow-burn Romance and to be honest, I don’t really have a favourite guy. I love all of them because they each have something unique and something that makes me love them. I also thought that I wasn’t really going to like the Reverse Harem because I hate a girl that’s indecisive, but I didn’t really bother me at all.

The characters are so lovable. I cannot get enough of all the guys, obviously, and I really like Alexis. She doesn’t really want to bother the pack, she doesn’t want to be their problem, and I really liked that.

Wolf Hunted ends with a major cliffhanger, so I really need to sequel, thank you Sadie!