This is the second book in The Wolf Hotel series.
Henry Wolf is a deliciously wicked, sinfully handsome man who has done a very bad thing.
Worse, he owns me now—every inch of my body and a sizeable chunk of my stupid, naïve heart.
And he’s made it clear that if I want to keep my job and stay in Alaska, I’m stuck catering to his every whim and wish—both in the hotel and in his bedroom—while I wait for the potential fiery media circus ring that will no doubt drag my reputation into the gutter along with his, should his past discretions surface.
I will not surrender to his demands, not when I have dirt to hold over his head. IF I have the guts to blackmail him, that is. Something warns me that going through with it will have disastrous consequences for my heart.
I enjoyed reading this book. The characters are good and I liked the story.
Abi is a good character but she did frustrate me a little in this book. Her trust issues really messed things up for her and I think that it’s good that she paid the price for her actions. Saying that, I was still hoping that things would reconcile because I absolutely love Henry.
Henry is such a catch, but I also think him not opening up helped to push Abi to do what she did. I get that they couldn’t be open and public about their relationship, but he also didn’t help the situation. I still love him though and I loved how he didn’t move on from her even though he was hurting. After everything, he still dropped everything for her when she was in need which I loved. I loved seeing them reconnect and I really hope that they open up more and grow their relationship properly.
I didn’t like Michael and I hated how easily she gave in. He took advantage of her when she was upset and the mistake cost her dearly. I liked Ronan and Conner and I think Abi needed the experience to help her grow. They were there for her, but I am completely cheering for her and Henry, so I was glad that she stopped thing with them as soon as he was back.
I am really looking forward to the next book and am looking forward to seeing Abi and Henry begin to develop their relationship properly. Overall, I would definitely recommend this book.
My rating: 5/5*