Luck of the Wolf Book Review

Luck of the Wolf
Author: Susan Krinard
Pages: 384 pgs
Reading Level: Adult
Published: November 1st 2010

I was so excited to dive into this book as it's a completely different plot then what I'm used to reading. s i began reading though, I just could not keep up with the dialog. The story was all over the place and very confusing. The storyline was hard to follow and did not have a reason to it. I could not understand the reason behind Aria faking the amnesia and why Cort was changing his opinion of her so that he can hide his affection for her. I think it was just very infuriating how naive and  dumb this character was made to  be. Overall, I just think this book could have been a lot better.

This story begins with a gentlemen named Franz who is the guardian of Aria who is a werewolf. They live in a small town in Austria, where she is free to roam around the mountains. However, whenever she ask her family, Franz denies her that information. Franz know everything about this werewolf and has just told her that they are on their way to America, San Francisco to be exact. But while in New York Franz gets killed and all his paperwork and money are stolen, leaving Aria alone ans not knowing anything about her family or her true identity. Here's where Cort comes in. He's a Beauregard Cortland from Louisiana who wins Aria at a poker game and saves her from a horrible fate. 

Synopsis: Branded an outcast by the noble branch of his werewolf clan, Cort Renier had come to San Francisco seeking fortune—and revenge. What he found was a mysterious beauty who could not—or would not—reveal who she truly was. At first glance she seemed vulnerable and afraid, like so many girls caught up in the debauchery of the city's whiskey-soaked gambling dens. But one look into her stunning turquoise eyes and he knew he'd found the winning hand.
Aria di Reinardus had reasons of her own for concealing her identity, but Cort's kisses were more than enough to convince her to go along with his plan to transform her into a missing heiress and return her to her "family." But they were not the only ones with secrets to keep and vengeance in mind, and they were about to discover that some destinies couldn't be outrun….

1 comment:

  1. I was excited to start this book too - but also was somewhat disappointed. I thought it could have been better - although I like the fact that Cort and her get together in the end and that his family is so supportive.


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