Brilliant First Book

Forbidden Love by Harper Phoenix



This is Harpers first book and as an avid PNR reader, I was delighted to come across a first time author, who writes as if she is a well established author, not a first time author.

I was intrigued from the start, I totally loved the thought of a shifter being a hybrid, this is not something I read before in any paranormal book

Devon has been brought up from the day her mother left by her father, moving around continually has become a way of life, now her father has sent her across the ocean to the UK to attend University, for the first time ever she is on her own, her father has taught her well she knows she must keep secret at all cost she is a wolf-shifter, she knows nothing of the wolf-shifter world, or any shifter world for that matter, then on a night out she stumbles into Jared

Jared is his father’s heir and has been groomed all his life to become the next Alpha of his pack, his father even has his pure bred mate all mapped out for him , that is until one night he scents Devon, and his life is changed forever.

What I loved about this book was how Harper made you relate to not only Devon but Jared as well, what happens when your world as you know it is turned upside down added to that one of them is in a totally new country.

Harper weaves the story only giving away small bits of information at a time, loads of twists and turn, shocking revelations , kidnapping, murder, a traitor in the pack, this book has it all.

If you love Suzanne Wright you will love this it’s in the same vain, and includes the best put down line ever, you will just need to read it to find out what it is

Harper’s first book is a cracker an well worth 5 stars


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