Review: The Plan by Karla Sorensen (The Wolves #2)

Note: An advance reader copy (ARC) was provided by the author via Wildfire Marketing Solutions.

The Plan is a new standalone spin-off in Karla Sorensen's Washington Wolves book universe. While this can be read on its own, it does share ties with The Bombshell Effect (Washington Wolves, book one) and The Lie, what with the main female character in this new book, Lydia Pierson, being the younger daughter of Luke and Allie Pierson from the former and being the sister of Faith Pierson whose romance with Dominic Walker plays out in the latter. Lydia is a twenty-two-year-old social media influencer, and she shares her story with thirty-year-old Erik Wilder. He's a former player with the Washington Wolves who cut his career short for personal reasons. Now, he works as a bodyguard, and his latest client? None other than Lydia Pierson.

Lydia and Erik gave Faith and Dominic a run for their money because this book was a heck of an enjoyable read and I seriously liked all the tension between this new couple. Lydia may have been young compared to Erik, but she also had a good head on her shoulders and pretty much knew what direction she wanted her life to go in. I wouldn't really consider Erik a bodyguard; he was more of a companion, someone that Lydia's parents could entrust their daughter to and ensure that she was safe and secure while making inroads to move forward. Erik was also someone who had his complexities, but that simply made him even more interesting. I loved how he was with Lydia. Another thing I loved? Catching up with Luke and Allie as well as Faith and Dom. I adore this book world! The Plan garners 4.5 stars.


Read my reviews for the Wolves series:

The Lie (book one) - five stars - My Review

The Plan (book two) - 4.5 stars - My Review (posted above)


Release Date: 09 February 2022

Date Read: 07 February 2022

Learn more about Karla Sorensen.

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