4.5 Star · ARC Review · Engrossing · Fantasy · Forbidden Love · Series · Slow Burn · Strong Heroine · Suspense · Tortured Hero

For the Wolf (Wilderwood #1) by Hannah F. Whitten


4.5 Stars

The first daughter is for the Throne.
The second daughter is for the Wolf.

Redarys “Red” Valedren was born as a sacrifice for the wolf of the Wilderwood. As the second daughter to the queen of Valleyda, the day is fast approaching when Red will take her place among the dark forest which holds so many terrible secrets…


For the Wolf was an epic and sweeping, fantasy romance about a young woman who is about to face the destiny she never wanted, yet is inexplicably drawn to. Red has spent her whole life being raised as a sacrifice for the people of Valleyda, but when the time comes for Red to meet the wolf… she finds out that she has been fearing the wrong thing all along…

This story was a brilliantly written, heart pounding tale of a woman who is fighting against her destiny. Red refuses to share the fate of so many second daughters before her who were lost to the Wilderwood, and the wolf who controls it. But when Red arrives in the mysterious forest she finds not a wolf, but a man.

I was absolutely addicted to this fascinating story. With it’s ensnaring plot and fantastically rich writing, it was an impossible book to put down. Red was a character who has faced her entire life with the knowledge that she will someday serve as only a sacrifice, while her sister is destined to be queen. And while Red has come to accept her fate, the people who love her refuse to lose her to the wolf. 

From a twisted and menacing forest, to a hidden corruption, and the monsters who have threatened centuries of Valleydan people, when it comes to the truth of the Wilderwood… it may be too late to save… anyone.

I received a complimentary copy of this book for my honest and unbiased review.

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