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WereWolves on Heat - Complete 3 Book Werewolf Bundle (WereWolf Romance Collection 1)

Written by: Ellie Valentina
Narrated by: Meghan Kelly
Series: Werewolves on HEAT, Book 1-3
Length: 15 hrs and 22 mins
Categories: Romance, Paranormal
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All three books from Ellie Valentina's best-selling werewolf romance series in one sexy little bundle for the first time ever! Do not miss this awesome set of paranormal romance books!

Book 1 - The Hot Wolf
Ava Sparks was a paranormal assassin tasked with eradicating werewolves from existence. 

Her latest target was gorgeous billionaire Chase Elliot. Intelligence suggested he was hiding a secret life as a werewolf, and because of that he was to be erased from existence. 

However, once Ava became close to the charming Chase she made a stunning realization that changed everything.

Now, instead of killing the werewolf, she was to find herself making love to him, and life as everyone knew it would never be the same again... 

Book 2 - The Red Wolf
When Josephine Lancaster first caught a glimpse of the handsome, musclebound Edward Jake Hunter she knew she would be unable to resist his charms. 

A steamy night of passion between the two was inevitable, and it was the best night of her life. 

However, Edward was a man with many secrets. 

Not only was Edward a werewolf but he was a werewolf on HEAT. And this meant one thing and one thing only. 

Josephine would soon be carrying the werewolf's baby....

Book 3 - The Fire Wolf
Ranger Nick Greyson was a werewolf on heat.

When he caught the scent of 20-year-old Sarah Benson he knew he had caught the scent of his fated mate. After all, the nose never lies.

However, Sarah's scent made Nick so wild with desire that he did the one thing he knew he should have never done.

He bit her. 

And now young Sarah is set to also become a werewolf on heat....

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  • 🎧 Jhommie Kem-ing
  • 2019-02-15

WareWolves on Heat by Ellie Valentina

This WareWolves are totally hot and so fast to fall in love that's for sure. But well, a man in love is a man in love and I'm in love with the story too for sure.
Meghan Kelly did a good job with narration, the male voices she did were good.

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  • Jessica
  • 2019-06-05

Couldn't Finish

I listened to the first two and I cant even convince myself to listen to the third.
Everything is rushed. I know romances are shorter normally, that's what I love about them. I can overlook several things to get to a cute and satisfying happily ever after, but goodness. Nope. There was no feeling of character development, everything felt forced and rushed. The author also looked over several points such as in book 2 the MC left her phone at work, but then it was suddenly in her bag just a bit later. While one detail like this wouldn't have been the end of the world, it happened a few times. Even better he couldn't believe this. "I can't believe this" he said. Please, Why are you double stating so many things? Just show us, Dont tell us, then show us.
The voice actress did a good job with what she had. She can do a couple of voices so it's fun to listen to characters having conversations.

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  • Shadowplay
  • 2018-12-27

Simply Amazing and Jaw Dropping!

This is one incredible collection of stories that will both shred and remake your heart. They are hard hitters with no holds barred, and they will become your next favorite shifter books. I know I have lost my heart to the fabulous author and her mesmerizing characters and complexly glorious story lines. I sighed with contentment and utter bliss after listening to the last word spoken. Don't take my word for it though. I urge you to listen yourself and see if it doesn't evoke the same feelings and emotion in you as it did for me.

Meghan Kelly's performance is one of pure gold and undeniable magic! She has such a wildly entertaining narration, and her take of her these amazing characters will leave you breathless and wanting more. I love listening to Kelly lay out this fascinating world with the ethereal use of her voice as I experience these books in a wholly different way. The human voice is such a powerful and unique way to feel and experience a story, and it will stay with you long after it is over. Kelly always leaves me in completely wrecked and happily ruined.

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  • Drifter
  • 2018-12-02

Excellent Audible book and story

Meghan Kelly is an excellent narrator. Her male voices will make you forget that you are listening to a female narrator. She moves effortlessly from one character to another. I could listen her all day.

Each story is unique with different characters. They contain excellent character development, sexy love scenes, evil characters, dangerous situations, thrilling rescues and so much more. This is the first time I have read a book by Ellie Valentine and it will not be the last. I received this Audible book in exchange for an honest review. I did really enjoy this book.

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  • Jesstah Jayce
  • 2020-02-13

I expected a series but it's 3 different stories

book 1: I like the premise and it was a fine book, I just wish it was fleshed out a bit more, it all happened so fast, quick love, quick forgiveness, quick recovery. I don't know maybe if they had done the whole "true mate" thing or added some emotional layers to the bond then it would be a great book. But hey short and sweet shifter romance novel with bonus points for creative ladder sex

book 2: I probably liked this one best. not a wolf shifter but a werewolf. probably the same notes as the 1st

book 3: this one was a struggle just because like people don't talk like that, there was no flow and none of it seemed believable or natural. but there was the true mate thing and the bite.

also the virgin thing no matter the age and life experience idk bit over it tbh, that could just be me though

*i received this audiobook for free as a promotional item in exchange for an honest review*

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  • Joan
  • 2020-02-08

average shifter stories.

I listen to this book at 1.35 X

I have really got it to shifter stories in the last year.
This audio has 3 different shifter stories all very good stories, But still just average.

Author: ELLIE VALENTINA
Plot. ⭐⭐⭐⭐ stars
Story. ⭐⭐⭐⭐ stars & why

Heat. 🔥🔥flames

Narrator.: MEGHAN KELLY
Betrayal of the story. 🥇 GOLD
why: I just started listening to books by MEGHAN KELLY in the last year and she is one of the best out there. She can do so many different voices so well.

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  • Zarah
  • 2020-02-06

not for me

I'll make a few comments on the series as a whole, before posting my individual reviews (which I wrote at the conclusion of each book). None of these stories was particularly deep. 2 of the 3 are too similar for comfort. It was like reading the same story twice. They all culminate in a marriage and baby as the happily ever after. None of the titles make any sense to the stories in them and none of them have the tension or passion to pull off the heat, hot, red and fire descriptors. And lastly,there seems to be no consistency in the series, when I sense it's supposed to be an interconnected world, as opposed to a collection of unrelated werewolf stories.

The Hot Werewolf
First, I think both the title and the cover of this book are misleading. The title makes you think it's erotica, but it's not at all. There is VERY LITTLE heat in it. What's more, the werewolf in question is very cool and collected. He may be attractive, but hot isn't an adequate description of him as a whole. He's a politician, not a soldier or anything else that would have him hulking ripped on the cover either. All in all, you are simply given there wrong first impression of this book (and probably series).

This is exacerbated by the fact that werewolves are basically extraneous to the plot. The characters could be from opposing political factions, or ninja clans or corporate spies. None of it would change the plot one iota. I was disappointed by this fact.

Getting past all that, I though it was still only so-so (not bad, but not good either). The 'parents' seem to make decisions based on who knows what that make the heroine go off and make ill-thought plans and take poorly executed actions. (She's awfully inept for an experienced assassin.) She seems to have several personality shifts throughout the book. And the happily-ever-after is just too pat to stomach easily.

The Red Wolf
Not great, in fact, I'd go so far as to say flat out bad. First, it's too similar to book one—shitty, over dominating parents, a woman trying to get away and running to the male lead, who happens to be a werewolf, etc. The werewolf aspect was extraneous to the plot too. Jake could have just been an ex-SEAL and the book could be 100% the same.

Second, there are a ton of inconsistencies. Things like telling Jake about the baby the night before an ultrasound and then him speaking to his mother 'the week before' about the pregnancy, or a man demeaning her for being pregnant and then her inner narrative saying she can't let him know she's pregnant, etc, etc.

The plot is just paper thin, not well explained or developed, and repetitive at that. And there is a SUPER convenient event that allows the hero to rescue the heroine that made me roll my eyes so hard I almost saw my brain. All-in-all, I simply didn't enjoy it. The narrator did a fine job, but I didn't much care for her style here.

Lastly, the blurb specifically says, "Not only was Edward a werewolf but he was a werewolf on HEAT. And this meant one thing and one thing only." But this is never addressed or explained. He doesn't go into heat, nor is his passion so hot as to be called heated. This sentence in the blurb that supposedly sets the tone for the book is literally unrelated to the book. Maybe it's meant to be hyperbole. But I feel like a blurb isn't the place for ambiguousness in such things.

The Fire Wolf
To sum it all up, this book isn't very good. To elaborate, I'll start with an irritant, the plot literally has nothing to do with fire. Nothing. Why give a book a title that has nothing to do with the plot?

What plot it does have is very thin. And the whole thing just feels ickily sexist. There are so many small examples, but they add up to a whole heck of a lot of (probably) internalized misogyny. Things like the fact that all the women except the main characters are basically just sex toys. The main female characters all stay home and be protected while the men go out and do things (even the man who's been a werewolf for a matter of days and the woman who has been one since childhood). All decisions are made by the men, even in situations in which you'd expect a different power balance (like when speaking to your mother in her home). And worst of all the man who tries to essentially kidnap and rape the main female characters is befriended by her brother and shown to be a hotheaded, but well-interventioned guy. Nothing in the narrative condemns his attempted kidnapping and rape. It literally is just passed off as unworthy of mention in it's appropriateness.

I am so glad to be done with this series.

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  • Mother of 3
  • 2020-01-29

Another Great Story

I loved Meghan Kelly's books she narrates, this one was amazing too. I really love me some werewolf shifters.

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  • DarlingLemon
  • 2019-12-12

Warebeavers

This is pretty bad. Author said the heroine had parts of her body that she didn't realize were there until the hero found them, lol. The women are sluts or virgins. I didn't make it through the other books. And the narrator sounds like she smokes a pack a day.

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  • DesertGirl
  • 2019-06-10

Great trilogy

I really enjoyed this trilogy! Lots of action, adventure, and sexy time! I always want more shifting in my shifter books, but this one did pretty well. Meghan Kelly was great as the narrator!