Review: Wild Warrior by Jocelynn Drake & Rinda Elliott (The Weavers Circle #2)

Note: An advanced reader copy (ARC) was provided by the authors via IndiGo Marketing & Design.

I've been eagerly awaiting this second Weavers Circle from the moment I finished the series starter, Broken Warrior, back in April, and now that I'm done reading Wild Warrior, I'm now reeling from the book hangover AND desperately need the third book, Blind Warrior. Book one was about the new generation of Weavers finding their way together in their new home base of Savannah and learn about their brotherhood, magic, and the three goddesses who guide them. It was also about the Earth Weaver and the handyman who turned out to be his soul mate and the Weavers' healer. Now, we get the story of the Animal Weaver, thirty-one-year-old Baer Manning, and a comic book artist named Wiley Stuart who inadvertently gets dragged into the Weavers' world when Baer mistakenly thinks Wiley is a Weaver, too.

From the action to the suspense and all the tension, sexual or otherwise, this book was packed with it all, and with the combined efforts of Jocelynn Drake and Rinda Elliott, the writing was as enthralling as always. As far as the romance is concerned, the relationship between Baer and Wiley was a very interesting one, and I appreciated that it had a more slow burn feel to it, seeing them go from flirty strangers to friends and then lovers. With Baer hesitant to become more than friends for fear that his soul mate may suddenly come along while he was with Wiley certainly provided a lot of lighthearted feels, particularly because I was tempted to shake Baer once or twice so that he could clue in. The story arc concerning the Weavers themselves, however, had me on the edge of my seat. Things were taken up a couple of notches here, and we've got ourselves the fourth Weaver. I was also worried about a particular four-legged companion as well as our Soul Weaver, Grey. One revelation has my curiosity piqued for book three! Five stars go to Wild Warrior.


Read my reviews for the Weavers Circle series:

Broken Warrior (book one) - five stars - My Review

Wild Warrior (book two) - five stars - My Review (posted above)


Release Date: 07 August 2020

Date Read: 07 August 2020

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