Friday, September 23, 2016

Revenge of the Wronged (Werelock Evolution #3) by Hettie Ivers

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In this highly anticipated finale to the first trilogy in the Werelock Evolution series, Milena Caro will face her greatest challenges yet.

Torn between her loyalty to her brother and her growing affection for his nemesis, Alex Reinoso, Milena vies to salvage some remnant of her former life as she becomes increasingly enmeshed in the bitter feud between werewolf packs.

Will blood prove thicker than water? Will the ill-fated blood curse Milena wields destroy her and all those she holds dear?

In the struggle between good and evil, ideals and reality often clash. And in this game of survival amid conniving, bloodthirsty supernatural opponents, it’s the player no one saw coming who will change all the rules.

**Mature Content Warning** This book contains violence, strong language, and graphic sex and is intended for adult readers. Word count: 87K



[MY THOUGHTS]
4.5 out of 5 stars

Not a standalone

This book is the most erotic of all the books in the series. So grab a fan and a cold beverage. Alex and Milena get it on... and on... and on. And I loved every moment.

Alex and his pack continue to figure out how to handle the war with the Salvatellas pact. On top of that, they have to deal with the blood curse haunting Milena.

Prophesies come true, and more issues come up. The immediate problems are resolved, but there are things still lurking in dark. And we just have to wait for the next books to see what's going to happen.

I'm sad that the story about Milena and Alex is over. It would of been nice to see Milena have full control over her new powers as a werelock, but I loved the journey nonetheless. I hope they'll be included in the next books because they have a special place in my heart.

1 comment:

  1. Thanks, Lillian! :) Yes, Milena and Alex are both in No Light (book 4) as well as book 5. Book 4 jumps almost a decade into the future and Milena is the primary antagonist that book 4's heroine (Avery) must ultimately face off with. Milena's not "bad" in the future, book 4 just looks at things from another perspective. And Milena is obviously older, wiser, and a bit changed from her experiences in the first 3 books. ;) Thanks so much for reading & reviewing!

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