(The Wolf Hotel #3)
aka – K. A. Tucker
Teach Me (Wolf Hotels #3), by Nina West, continues after Abbi’s father has had a farming accident. Leaving her job at Wolf Cove to fly home to Pennsylvania, she has resigned herself to spending the next twenty hours on planes or in airports. Arriving in Homer she steps off the ferry and immediately finds she is being offered a ride to the airport. Not the airport she was destined for, but a private airport. The Wolf Airport.
Once home Abbi again has to face her mother’s wrath, conveniently overlooking all the good Henri had done for the Mitchell family in their time of need. Mother Mitchell (Bernadette) only had eyes for Jed as a life partner for Abbi, not caring that Abbi and Jed had split because Jed cheated on Abbi.
By this stage, the editing was beginning to annoy me. Simple words were being left out of the text left right and centre.
For example; straight from the text this sentence reads;
“I smile as reach up to unfasten the top button of my dress.”
Whereas I think either of these alternatives reads much better and makes more sense:
“I smile as (I) reach up to unfasten the top button of my dress.”
“I smile (and) reach up to unfasten the top button of my dress.”
I have one final question to put to the panel;
‘How did Henri acquire rough, calloused, hands?’
There are several references to his calloused hands, however, the only times I have ever seen callous hands was after heavy manual labour and I have chopped enough wood in my life to know that he did not get callouses from the bit he chopped up in book one.
Teach Me moves along at a good pace, however, there were many times when I felt that there could have been a bit more to the plot other than lengthy descriptions of Abbi’s and Henri’s ‘bedroom’ antics.
I have rated
as a three-star read.
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(The Wolf Hotel #2)
Break Me (Wolf Hotels #2) virtually commences the day after Nina West’s Tempt Me ends. Abbi continues with her duties as Henry Wolf’s personal assistant leading up to the opening of the Wolf Cove Hotel, a new addition to the Wolf Chain of Hotels. An opening where many of the guests are gorgeous and drooling after Henry. This coupled with Henry’s brother Scott and his lies all create a perfect storm to fuel Abbi’s insecurities and she becomes insanely jealous. Particularly, after Abbi, sees Henry escorting not one, but two lovely ladies back to their accommodation.
After the opening and after a predictable argument, Henry cuts his summer short and leaves Alaska, but not before he has transferred Abbi to her first preference; the outdoor crew. There she reconnects with Ronan and Connor, her workmates for the rest of the summer.
It appears all is over between Abbi and Henry until Abbi receives a phone call from home that turns her world upside down. And that is where Henry, and his resources, step in to ease her pain.
Break Me moves along at a good pace, however, there were many times when I felt that there could have been a bit more to the plot than the characters portrayed.
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