Review: Wolf by Jessica Gadziala

Posted March 2, 2022 by Casee in Reviews | 1 Comment

Review: Wolf by Jessica GadzialaWolf by Jessica Gadziala
Narrator: Jillian Macie, Alexandre Steele
Series: The Henchmen MC #3
Also in this series: Cash
Publisher: Self-Published
Publication Date: April 6, 2016
Format: eBook
Source: Kindle Unlimited
Point-of-View: Alternating Third
Genres: Contemporary Romance
Pages: 301
Length: 8 hours and 52 minutes
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Series Rating: four-stars

* The Henchmen return to finally give us Wolf & Janie’s story. *
He was just supposed to be saving her from herself… and the half dozen criminal enterprises that would want her blood when they realized what she had done.
What he hadn’t planned on was her invading every aspect of his life with her fiery temper and inability to take no for an answer. And when he finally got beneath her walls and found out why she had gotten herself into trouble in the first place, he knew what he needed to do.
He sure as hell didn’t think he would end up being the one who would need saving…
* This can be read as a stand-alone and has a HEA, but features characters from The Henchmen and Savages series.
** This is a DARK read. Anyone with triggers may want to avoid this title. For a list of possible triggers, follow this link:

Wolf is a man of few words. Very few words. He tends to keep to himself. Unless someone hurts a woman. Then all hell breaks loose. Wolf goes absolutely bananas. When he runs across Janie from Hailstorm, he can’t do anything else but help her.

Janie is one smart cookie. She’s Hailstorm’s resident geek. As a hacker, she can find things that most people can’t. She also can build bombs. She’s a very diverse character. She was tiny, yet fierce. I loved Janie. She is one of the best heroines of the Henchmen MC series. I just adored her.

Janie has been on a mission for years to bring down Lex Keith for the death of her mother. Her mother committed suicide and Janie holds Lex responsible. Janie has a plan. One that is going swimmingly until Wolf comes across her. His protective instincts immediately come out. It was sexy af.

Wolf said very few words in this book. Janie talked enough for the both of them. I loved that about them. They just complimented each other perfectly. I really enjoyed this book.

Rating: 4 out of 5.

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One response to “Review: Wolf by Jessica Gadziala

  1. Kareni

    It is great when the two leads complement each other. I fear though that this series might be too dark for me. Thanks for sharing your thoughts, Casee.

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