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Wicked Wolf (Wicked Ever After Book 3) by [Andrews, Nazarea]
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Charles "Wolf" Blackwood likes the game. He likes chasing a new girl every week, loves seducing them and earning their trust. He doesn’t like to keep them.
But Scarlet is different--she always has been.
The chase has never been quite as intoxicating as it is with her, the feisty sub with an innocent streak a mile wide. He wants to keep her, but Scarlet already has a Dom, and Hunter has no intentions of giving her up.
But Wolf is in for a surprise when he realize Scarlet doesn’t want one of them.
She’s playing to keep them both.
It’s the dirtiest fairy tale of all….
Charm. Beast. Wolf.
Everyone in the Kingdom–an exclusive, decadent BDSM club–knows the three friends and business partners.
But no one has ever gotten close enough to touch them.
Sex is easy, even when it hurts. It’s all any of them wanted.
Love is off the table.
Love is the thing none of them ever saw coming.
In the Kingdom, control is everything. Who wields it and who surrenders.
But some things even they can’t control.
Welcome to the Kingdom, where every happily ever after hurts in the most wicked of ways.

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  • Format: Kindle Edition
  • File Size: 2420 KB
  • Print Length: 142 pages
  • Publisher: A&A Literary (27 February 2017)
  • Sold by: Amazon Australia Services, Inc.
  • Language: English
  • ASIN: B01MUA5N7X
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  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: #258,236 Paid in Kindle Store (See Top 100 Paid in Kindle Store)
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5.0 out of 5 stars These are my Happily Ever After Novel Thoughts... 28 February 2017
By Shannon_HEABlogger - Published on
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I love the way Nazarea Andrews writes!
I've read Wicked Charming, Wicked Beast, and now Wicked Wolf. These stories are amazing!

In Wicked Wolf, we find out what makes Wolf tick. He has a secret and I was surprised to learn it. I truly wasn't expecting it! His secret is what drives him and makes him the man he is today. Like Charming and Beast, Wolf is a man of deep desires. Everyone knows his desires, or at least think they do.

I love Wolf almost as much as I love Beast. Wolf is beautifully broken yet strong. I did tear up and nearly flooded the dam near the end.

I found this story to be more erotic, even though there wasn't as much BDSM as the other two books. There is a lot of anxiety, frustration, and love in this story.

I started it last night around 11p thinking I would read the first chapter or two and then go to sleep. It so did not happen like that! I ended up stopping at the 75% mark, not because I wanted to, but because it was a few minutes after midnight and I needed to sleep. As soon as I got up this morning, I finished it.

I was super excited to find out we will be able to visit the Kingdom again with some stories we need!!

So, be sure to get this series and enjoy it! As with all fairytales, there is a Happily Ever After
4.0 out of 5 stars I am not ready for this to end. Another great addition to this series 1 March 2017
By Malissa Coy - Published on
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Well, let me start off by saying that in the two previous books I never caught on to how this one would go. I grasped it fairly quickly once I got into Wicked Wolf but how I missed the outcome of this in Wicked Charming and Wicked Beast is really surprising to me. Way to go Nazarea, you totally threw me off and caught me surprised and I liked that about this.

With each story I am more and more enthralled with the men of The Kingdom. There is so much under neath the surface of each man, I don't know how Nazarea is able to pull off as much depth as she does when each story is novella length. Wolf's story is not the tear jerker that Beasts was for me but it's also not happy go lucky, it is a sad fairytale rife with heartache and misunderstandings. Each of these men are broken, Wolf, in a way, much more than the other two. He's carried his secrets for years and felt the pain of those secrets every day. As a reader you want to gather these men into your arms and soothe them, it makes them lovable, even when you feel like you can't like them.

Not only do we get Wolf, Scarlet, and Hunter's story but, as we have in past books, we get a deeper look into the relationship between the four men. We see how 'Wolf' became the man he is, what his relationship with his blood brother Mal is and his brothers by choice Beast and Charming. I am certain that I would love a prequel taking us back to the boys time in boarding school. While this is the 'end' of the original series I am hopeful that we will see these couples again, especially with the possibility of Mal's story.

My only complaint is Scarlet...she just put me off a bit. I feel like she could have solved so many issues years ago, that she strung these two men along for years and years for no other reason than her own pleasure. It all works out beautifully in the end but I felt her to be a bit callous and I found that frustrating.

I love how Nazarea has taken these classic fairytales and twisted them. The fairytale itself is only a small point of light that the author has taken and turned into something both beautiful and wicked. Don't go into this thinking it is a true retelling, it's more that she took the idea of the characters from the fairytale and turned them into something uniquely her own, something that is going to take your breath away, make your heart hurt as well as soar. I am really quite sad that this is the 'end'; for now at least.
5.0 out of 5 stars ***5 “Want You” Stars*** 27 February 2017
By Kahea - Published on
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***5 “Want You” Stars***

I’m a picky b&tch when it comes to love triangle tropes and ménage relationships and I always hesitate just a bit when either will be apart of a the premise of a book, I can’t help it, I know what I like and just how much angst I can handle, and the same happened with Wicked Wolf. As much as I wanted Wolf’s story, and spend more time with Beastie, I waffled, but then kicked my own a$se because how can I not finish what I started? So, I pulled on my sh%tkickers, dove in and Sweet Baby Jesus, did I love Wolf’s story! All of my concerns faded within the first chapter and simply enjoyed watching everything unfold.

I loved getting to know Wolf more, see things through his eyes and finally coming to understand the relationship between him and Mal, his blood brother. He’s protective, and possessive, of those he calls his own and yet has no problem calling them out on their sh*t. But what I loved the most was how he was the middle ground between them all. Understanding the needs of the Dom as well as the Submissive and walking the line right between them.

As for the whole Wolf/Scarlett/Hunter quasi love triangle/possible ménage situation, I loved the little, or big depending on how you look at it, twist that gets tossed into the ring and how despite the intensity of the sexual attraction, the angst was kept to a minimum between the three. The connection is there and when you actually see them together you know that what Scarlett wants is what she should get and since things ended up with how I like my ménage’s to be, I am a happy camper.

I devoured Wicked Wolf in no time and must insist that you read the books in order so that you can truly appreciate the characters because they do build on each other. Though this is my favorite book as far as the relationship is concern, Beast is my hands down fav of the series, but all three were fun, quick and sexy reads and I loved how Ms. Andrews made the fairy tales her own and created such fun and memorable characters.
But now there is only one question left to ask: What about Mal???

~ Copy provided by InkSlinger PR & voluntarily reviewed ~
2.0 out of 5 stars disappointed 28 April 2017
By dianaBdesigns - Published on
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I'm truly sorry. But I was so disappointed in this series. She can do much better. I just got the feeling reading these 3 books that they were written to make a quick buck. She jumped on the dark and twisted 50 shades bandwagon. The "The World Without End" series was so awesome! I just expected that talent. We have a mutual friend that turned me on to her books. And I was eagerly awaiting her next novels. Don't waste your money on this series. Instead buy "The World Without End" series.
4.0 out of 5 stars 4 BIG BAD WOLF STARS 3 March 2017
By Sarah Sentz - Published on
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The final installment of the Wicked Ever After series is here, and I am truly sad to see the series end (although Mal is getting a book, so yeah!). This world and characters created by Nazarea Andrews is captivating and intriguing, and I truly enjoyed Charming, Beast, and Wolf's journey not only over their own books but also the whole series.

Wolf is a mix of Charming and Beast. Sometimes a dom, sometimes a sub, Wolf seems to be the one who conforms to the needs of others, particularly Hunter and Scarlet. Being a part of the dynamics of their relationship has only served to reinforce Wolf's belief of his lack of value. He longs for love and acceptance, but feels he cannot have it, and so he is left to grasp whatever connection he can get. The result is the further break down of his soul, resulting in the saddest character of the series. My heart broke for him every time his internal dialogue revealed his emotions. There is peace and a happily ever-after awaiting him at the end of the book, and just like the other books, it isn't conventional. But what does that matter? Everyone involved is happy, consenting, and in love.

This story focuses on a polygamous relationship, and Nazarea Andrews takes the time to develop how these three characters have gotten here. She reveals parts of their past together as a group while also exposing parts of Wolf's past with his family, allowing readers to truly understand what drives this man. Surprisingly, it takes Wolf a long time to come to terms with what Scarlet and Hunter want. He is hung up on his self-worth, the dynamics of how it all works, and coming into an already established relationship. And, just like with every other story in the series, Nazarea Andrews creates a happily ever after worthy of one of the four princes of The Kingdom.

I really enjoyed every single one of these books. Each character and story is incredibly different, but they are all similar in the sense that they focus on exploring desires, finding someone who wants what the same, and more than anything, that there is no normal anymore when it comes to relationships and how one expresses his or her sexuality.

ARC received in exchange for an honest review.

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