Review: Wolfsong Requiem by H. D March

Wolfsong Requiem by H. D March
Series:  Wolfsong (# 2)
Release Date: April 19, 2015
Publisher: Passion in Print Press
Pages: 220
Source: book provided by the author for review



What’s a man to do when he discovers his sexy bed partner is the bounty hunter he’s to work with, enjoy the benefits?

Only an idiot enters the Sampa, a wild place alive with vicious humanoids. Draven knows he’s all kinds of fool to be coerced by his vampire partner Silvania to cross it. She’s a beautiful blonde bounty hunter assisting him in bringing down a group of renegade killers. He detests everything about her, except her body, one that he enjoyed before discovering she was his new partner. He decides to mix business with pleasure and soon finds he’s in danger of losing his heart. But any chance of happiness is snatched away at the revelation of his family’s dark secret, one that will tear them apart.


Review: I need to make it clear in this review that there is a cliffhanger at the end of this book. If there are any readers out there that don’t like cliffhangers, then you should proceed with caution. There are a lot of unanswered questions, and a lot of feelings that need to be sorted through and dealt with. I checked on her website and her facebook page to see when the next book will be out because I’m brimming with curiosity to how this series is going to end. So far, I don’t see any anticipated dates yet. This book just came out, so her next one won’t be out for a while.

Even though cliffhangers aren’t my thing, I still loved the book. So far, I loved the series too. I loved that Quest and Lyric (characters from her first book), made an appearance as well so I able to “see” how characters are doing after their story is complete. It’s nice of them to drop in and say hello, we’re doing well, we still have our happy ever after.

Draven was just so hot. He’s just as alpha and take charge as his brother Quest. He’s sexy, he’s sexual, and he’s not shy in taking what he wants. He’s also a sensitive man who has feelings and emotions and those feelings and emotions can get hurt quite easily. I hate seeing anyone’s feelings get hurt, even if they’re a character,

Silvania (0r Silver, as she’s referred to in the book). is just the right female for Draven. She’s a female who knows what she wants. She’s just as sexy and sexual as Draven, and is just as bold and brash as he is. She’s just as sensitive a creature as Draven is and fears being rejected by him.

Can you see why these two characters are just meant to be together? They are each others mates.

I highly recommend reading the first book prior to reading this book. While a lot of what happened in the first book is implied in this book, I feel that a lot of the feelings and the nuances would be more understandable if the first book was read. I believe the reader would be lost, and unable to truly enjoy this book without reading the first book. The first part of the book is easy to follow, but in the second half of the book, there are several sub plots that require the reader to have read the first book in order to follow along.

If paranormal romance is something that strikes your fancy, then I suggest you give H. D March’s books a try. You won’t be disappointed. Promise.