Review: Her Wolves by G. Bailey

I knew nothing about mates until the alpha rejected me…

Cover Design: Rebecca Frank


Growing up in one of the biggest packs in the world, my life is planned out from the second I turn eighteen and find my true mate in the moon ceremony.

Finding your true mate gives you the power to share the shifter energy they have, given to the males of the pack by the moon goddess herself. The power to shift into a wolf.

But for the first time in the history of our pack, the new alpha is mated with a nobody. A foster kid living in the packs orphanage with no ancestors or power to claim.


After being brutally rejected by my alpha mate, publicly humiliated and thrown away into the sea, the dark wolves of the Fall Mountain Pack find me.

They save me. The four alphas. The ones the world fears because of the darkness they live in.

In their world? Being rejected is the only way to join their pack. The only way their lost and forbidden god gives them the power to shift without a mate.

I spent my life worshipping the moon goddess when it turns out my life always belonged to another… 

This is a full-length reverse-harem romance novel full of sexy alpha males, steamy scenes, a strong heroine and a lot of sarcasm. Intended for 17+ readers.12

My thoughts

Her Wolves is a clean sweet slow-burn romance with dark undercurrents. I know in the synopsis it says that there are steam scenes and this book is intended for 17+ readers, but this book does not contain any of these things. G. Bailey balances Mia’s escape story with her journey of growth in Fall Mountain.

Her Wolves is listed as a reverse harem romance which may give the impression of sexual activity, but there isn’t any in this book. Romance is only hinted at and there are only two kisses exchanged. Instead Baley focuses on letting Mia heal and form her own friendship bonds with the four Alphas of Fall Mountain.

This story is filled with betrayal, secrets, and death. There are scenes of violence and a mention of rape which happens off-page.

Bailey focuses on Mia which is good and bad. I don’t really feel the bond between Mia and the four men like I should after one story. The only real connections are to Valentine and Silas and maybe that is why Bailey only has her kiss those two men. For me, I need a little bit more of an emotional connection between her and the guys.

Her Wolves is only the first book in what Bailey originally thought was going to be a trilogy, but I saw five books listed on Amazon for this series. This means more action, drama, and the possibility of romance. The “Fall Mountain Shifters” promises to be an exciting voyage through the paranormal and mythology. I can’t wait to read more.

I received a free copy of this book and I am writing a review without prejudice and voluntarily.

Rating: 4 out of 5.

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Further Details:

Publisher: Midnight Publishing Limited, 978-1838017699, 5 February 2021

Editor: Polished Perfection

Series: Fall Mountain Shifters #1; Settings: England and Ireland

Pages: 197

SC: Lesbian

Promotion materials provided by Love Books Tours


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