Wolf Hollow by Nikki Jefford

Wolf Hollow (Wolf Hollow Shifters, #1) 

Goodreads Rating: 4.08 / 5

My Rating: 5 / 5 StarStarStarStarStar

This book is a great post-apocalyptic shifter novel. It has a perfect balance of drama, action and romance.


Cocky. Coy. Wolf shifter. Tabor is the hollow’s only half-breed, scorned and forbidden to use his powers. Constantly overlooked despite his strengths, Tabor believes Sasha is as shortsighted as the rest of the pack until she proves there’s more to her than a blindly obedient lapdog to the council.


Spirited, stubborn, and deeply loyal, Sasha feels the pressure from her pack to claim another pureblood, yet no one is brazen enough to defy the elders and toy with her . . . no one besides a sexy, hotheaded half-breed.


Bewildered by the deceptively proud and surprisingly sensual Sasha, Tabor would risk everything to claim her. Despite her vanishing bloodline, Sasha can’t resist the charismatic half-breed even as predators threaten their pack and the elders pressure her to breed with a pureblood.

In a fantastical post-apocalyptic world, where only the strongest survive, sometimes trusting the heart is the bravest act of all.

Wolf Hollow is an adult fantasy romance.

I loved all the characters in this book. Sasha is a strong main character and I loved her dominance. She is strong-headed, intense and has a fierce need to protect what she believes in. Tabor is passionate, cocky and he doesn’t let the prejudice against him break his spirit.

The world that Nikki Jefford creates is broken and destroyed, yet out of this, Wolf Hollow is a safe haven for shifters, werewolves and even wolf-wizard hybrids. The vulhena are a constant threat to Wolf Hollow and along with the humans, the pack has constant external threats. And for Sasha, a few pack members pose an inside threat too.

This book was exciting and there was never a dull moment. I thoroughly enjoyed reading it, and I’m excited to read the sequel Mating Games (Wolf Hollow Shifters, #2).

I received an ARC of Wolf Hollow from Netgalley in exchange for an honest review.  

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