Rowena's Revenge by Theresa Marguerite Hewitt Review



Rowena's life has never been easy.
Being part Were and part Fae fire-starter she has learned to live a solitary life, depending only on her own instincts until one mistake throws her into danger. Now being chased by a psychopathic Warlock who is bound and determined to "own" her, Rowena must rely on her newly found mates and family. But is she ready to trust? Or will her damaged heart plunge her into darkness?
Blaine is a strong wolf, wanting to protect his new mate with his life. When a new man comes into her life, he can't help but be jealous. Will it drive him into betrayal? Or will he accept their new life too late?
Penton has lived hundreds of years looking for his mate. Now he's found her, but can he keep her safe long enough to get her back to Montana?
Will one of these three pay the ultimate price for love? Or will evil finally descend upon Broadus, Montana and The Big Sky Pack?

 
Rowena’s life has never been easy, being part were and part Fae fire-starter she has learned to live a solitary life. Now being chased by a psychopathic Warlock who is determined to “own” Rowena, she must now rely on her two newly found mates and family. She must learn to trust before evil plunges her into darkness…. This book is fantastic from start to finish. The news broadcast at the beginning of the book can make it either a stand-alone, even though it is part of the series.
The struggle of Rowena at the beginning of the book makes my heart bleed. That one section alone made me what to go back and re-read the series all over again. As the book progressed and she met her mates Blaine and Penton, her character develops wonderfully. I honestly fell in love with the 3 main characters for their individual strengths and weaknesses. As Rowena, Blaine and Penton travel across the country, the 3 mates learn how to exist with each other, deal with their pasts, and cope with Rowena’s supernatural connection with family she has never met. All the while, being stalked by evil. Awesome book 10 out of 10

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