Wounded Kiss by Willow Winters Review

Synopsis:

His chiseled jaw and silver gaze haunts both my nightmares and my dreams, though I’ve only ever gotten a glimpse of either.  

There’s a treaty between us and them; mere mortals and the ones who terrify but keep us safe. The contract demands that every year there’s an offering and this year I’ll walk across that stage presenting myself.  
We have no idea what to expect if they choose someone, since they haven’t done so in generations.  
The only thing we know is that the ones they take belong to them forevermore. If chosen, you don’t come back, or so the story of the treaty goes.

Gather and present yourself.
This is the offering …
… and I … belong to him.

Review

4 Stars

Wounded Kiss is a dark, sexy werewolf romance that is a quick read because it’s hard to put down.

Humans in this book don’t really know much about the supernatural world other that werewolves, vampires, witches, etc. exist in their world.

This book follows Grace and Liz as they get ready for drawing/pageant thing (think of like the reaping from the hunger games) because of a treaty that was made long ago with the werewolves to be able to live in harmony where each year young females are presented as a offering of types to the werewolves.

This is their first year in the reaping thing and like most everyone they aren’t looking forward to it, but what are the odds that either one of them would be chosen right?

Grace and Liz have been friends for years, and they are all the other has after bonding at such a young age over their difficult childhood.

So it’s only natural that they end up being mates with the alpha and some of the tough werewolves.

Grace’s world is turned upside down when she learns that the Wolf who has taken an interest in her is the alpha while Liz is thrusted back in time when the darkness first consumed her young life.

This hot book is told in alternative point of views with not only Grace and Liz but also the guys including Dom, Caleb, and Devin that allows for a bigger story!

Happy reading until next time,

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