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Wednesday, December 21, 2022

Book Review: Wolf Defender (The Defenders Book 1) by M Guida

Wolf Defender (The Defenders Book 1)
by M Guida
Genre: Paranormal Romance
Publisher: Buffalo Mountain Press
Number of pages: 132
Word Count: 33000
Cover Artist: Jacqueline Sweet Design
I've been carrying a torch for a wolf defender, but he’s never looked my way. Why would he? I am a dragon and the daughter of an accused traitor.

When we get news of mystery and intrigue in the corrupt Timber Kingdom of the wolves, he wants to go there to avenge the death of his fated mate. I'm sure this is the key to proving my dad's innocence.

If I can convince him to band together we both might get what we want, including a chance at love. But neither of us know who to trust when demons and wolves have joined forces to bring the dark Unseelie to our realm.

Wolf Defender by author M Guida is the new Legacy Defenders PNR saga installment. At 132 pages or so, this one is over way too soon but leaves you entertained and interested in discovering more.

As with most sagas, I can imagine that the characters from this book are in some other sagas the author writes. While I was not previously familiar with all of them, I bet readers who love this author will really enjoy catching up. There were some typos in the story ,but the writing is so colorful that it really didn't take away much. Just a smidge annoying ,if anything at all.

Overall, I liked the world created and enjoyed the romance parts while fast and sometimes fleeting. It's certainly piqued my interest on more to come from this author.

Getting 3 and 1/2 Sheep



My heart was heavy with disappointment. I was no closer to finding my dad and proving that he wasn’t a traitor than I had been six months ago. Every lead had turned into a dead end, and based on some rumors I had heard, I had a feeling time was running out for him.

My sister and my mom had died several years ago. He was my only family and I missed him so much. Sometimes I couldn’t even breathe when I thought about it. This was one of those times.

Snow was falling in the Colorado Rocky Mountains and dusk had fallen early. Icicles were forming on the tips of my wings and the end of my tail. I was too tired and too miserable to keep going and landed in a small meadow. I dropped my bag in which I had packed a change of clothes, a journal, and my longbow and arrows.

It was too cold to shift back into human form, so I curled up into a ball and rested my head on my talons. Tears froze on my cheeks, but I didn’t care.

Damn Cormac, King of the Unseelie.

This was all his fault. He knew where my dad was, but stubbornly refused to tell me. After losing the battle against the Defenders and our allies, he said my dad was hidden somewhere that I could never find him–and so far, the bastard had been right.

I wasn’t sure where else to go. What else to do.

Exhaustion washed over my tired muscles and breaking heart. I closed my eyes and sighed, letting the quietness of the forest and the falling snow lull me to sleep…

About the Author:
Website-FB-TikTok M Guida has always loved fantasy and romance, especially dragons. Growing up, she devoured fantasy books and all kinds of young adult books. And then she found romance and a whole new world opened up to her.

Now as an adult, she fell in love with academy romance and has blended all of her past loves into one compelling series. Dragons, vampires, elves, demons, and shifters all attend Legacy Academy.

When she's not writing, she lives in the colorful Rocky Mountains with her fur baby, Raven, and enjoys taking her for walks.

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