Review: Ice Claimed by Marisa Chenery

Ice Claimed by Marisa Chenery
Series: Werewolf Sentinels (# 5)
Release Date: March 15, 2013
Publisher:  Ellora’s Cave
Pages: 76
Source:  book provided by the publisher for review

Finding his mate is something Durlach has longed for, but being in his wolf form at the time throws things off—including his mate, who just happened to be on the back of the horse Durlach spooked. Not a ladies’ man by any means, his challenge is coming up with a plausible way to meet her in his human form and sweep her off her feet.

Meadow is surprised by how tame the wolf is and realizes he must be a domesticated pet. And when his hunky master comes looking for him, she has sexy visions of taming him too. Little does she know the secrets he’s keeping.

As Durlach tries to ease his mate into his world, seducing her bit by bit, the dark wolves take steps to become more of a threat. Not only are werewolves in their line of sight, but so are the mortals who live amongst them.


Review: I have been reading this series and I hate to say that I didn’t read the fourth book before I read this one so I will be having to go back and see what all happened in that one. I know it had to have been something good.

As I started reading Durlach and Meadow’s story I realized that it was a little calmer than the others.  Durlach has learned from his brother’s mistakes and is getting to know his mate before joining their souls together.  I’m not saying that this book isn’t as good because it is. The author just went a different way with it. I laughed about the way Durlach met Meadow. The author made this story very entertaining. With this wolf you never knew what was going to happen. I wonder if he ever gets on Bolt again?

We are getting closer to the war against the dark wolves. I can’t wait to see how this series end even though I will miss it. I have enjoyed watching each wolf meet his mate and falling under their spells. Each one has a different personality and I couldn’t even pick the one I love the most. I was really happy to learn that Durlach is getting better at cooking thanks to his brother’s mate. Just reading about the things he fixed made me want to throw up a little.

I will hate it when this series is over and I will not get to read about any of the Werewolf Sentinels. The author did a great job writing the stories and bringing every one of her characters to life. I have grown to love them and they have even made me laugh at times. When a author writes like this and you can really feel all the emotions and experience them for yourself, that is when you know that the author has done a great job writing her stories. I wonder what else this author has up her sleeves? Maybe it won’t be long until we find out.