Wild Hearts: Blue Moon Legacy 1 by Rhea Regale
Publisher: Siren Publishing
Genre: Contemporary, Paranormal
Length: Short Story (135 pgs)
Other: Menage, M/F/M, Anal Play
Rating: 4.5 cherries
Reviewed by Honeysuckle
When Shyla Smith learns of her grandfather’s death, she travels to Hood River to put his estate in order. Shyla’s not thrilled with staying at his humble cabin in the middle of a forest, and when a welcoming committee of four wild wolves greets her at the front door, she all but runs back to New York City. Nothing could have prepared her for the secrets which were about to unfold.
Coal Demmering and Jacy Roddery are the spiritually appointed mates to Shyla. The problem? They need to convince a city woman she belonged with them in Hood River, she descends from a highly revered white wolf bloodline, and a rebel pack of wolves has her marked for death.
With Coal and Jacy filling her nights with passion and her days with danger, will Shyla finally submit to the call of her wild heart?
“Darling, you may wish to censor your thoughts. I can hear them.”
From the explosive first meeting between Shyla, Coal and Jacy the chemistry is hot, hot, hot. Shyla has heard stories about wolves and weres her whole life but never considered them to be anything more than that... stories. The Blue Moon Legacy was merely a legend told by her estranged grandfather in the letters he sent her. Or were they?
Ms. Regale has created a beautiful and exciting story where legends are real and the white wolf is revered by most but endangered by a select group of rogue were.
Shyla is such an enigmatic character. She is in denial about the legend and especially about her role in bringing back the white wolf. But, she wants it to be true and feels the tug in her soul that it is all true.
As I said, the chemistry between Shyla and her men is hot, so is their dialogue. One of my favorite lines was from Jacy speaking to Shyla, “Aw, babe, I’m loving the way you look at me.” A moment while I swoon…
I loved that Ms. Regale make Jacy and Coal so competitive for Shyla’s attention. They know they have to share their mate but neither is willing to make it any easier on the other. It makes for some humorous as well as tense exchanges.
This installment is listed as a 1st in the Blue Moon Legacy and the fact that Shyla had white wolf cousins that were missing leaves a perfect opening for a second and hopefully third in the series. This reviewer will be keeping her fingers crossed with that happy thought. I definitely recommend you read this book.