BITTEN by Kelley Armstrong
About BITTEN (taken from goodreads.com)
Elena Michaels seems like the typically strong and sexy modern woman, She lives with her architect boyfriend, writes for a popular newspaper, and works out at the gym. She’s also a werewolf.
Elena has done all she can to assimilate to the human world, but the man whose bite changed her existence forever, and his legacy, continue to haunt her. Thrown into a desperate war for survival that tests her allegiance to a secret clan of werewolves, Elena must recon with who, and what, she is in this passionate, page-turning novel.
Review of BITTEN
I can’t express to you how much I love this author. She has a book for everyone! This series just happens to be the book for me. This book makes me want to cry because it’s so good. This will probably be one of the hardest reviews to write.
First of all this book is about werewolves which I love. That got me hooked at the start. Second it’s in a women’s point of view which I also really love. And finally the main character is the perfect heroine ever written. As soon as I started this book I couldn’t put it down. For those of you that are going to start this series you don’t even have to wait for the next book anymore! Luck you!
Ever single character mentioned in this book is fantastic. The main character Elena is a strong, independent woman (living in Canada yay!) and there’s nothing bad anyone could say about her. It’s really nice having her as a narrator being she has a unique voice. The other characters like Clay and Jeremy were great additions too. They really made the book. These are the kinds of characters that make you want to jump in the book with them.
The whole plot is exciting and thrilling. From the first page you’ll get hooked and not stop reading until it’s done. This is a really good first book and sets a really high standard for the following ones. If any author could do it, it’s this one.
P.S. – I emphasize that this is an adult book and only adults should be reading it. While it’s not Fifty Shade of Grey it has its moments.
5 out of 5
“You forget, darling.
I am the local psychopath.”