Review: Book: One Girl Five Hungry Beasts- Holly Hutchins


Title: One Girl Five Hungry Beasts

Series: Standalone

Author’s Name: Holly Hutchins

Publisher: Self-published

Genre: Romance

Page Count: 183 Pages


Author or Book Website: N/A

Link to Amazon purchase page: One Girl Five Hungry Beasts

Link to Goodreads: One Girl Five Hungry Beasts

Release Date: N/A

How I Got the Book: Review Copy

Summary of the Book:

Pick five.
Pick them yourself, or we’ll pick them for you.

But… but how will I know who’s my baby daddy!? 

It’s my twenty-eighth birthday.
They have imprisoned me to stop me from escaping.
They know I don’t want to be taken by the wolves – I’d rather be dead.
But still, I’m taken, sold off by my own family for a few coins.
Let’s keep it real; my parents never loved me.

I’m half expecting the wolves to eat me or something.
But instead, I’m taken to a ceremonial palace.
I am to pick five husbands…
I will live with them in a marriage home.

Yeah, you heard that right. 

I’ll also be expected to bear their children.
The more children, the better…

Like, seriously!?

I had barely accepted the idea of just one normal husband.
But five werewolf shifter husbands!?
They can turn into vicious animals at the slightest provocation…
Five hungry, aggressive men who have not seen a woman in 100 years…

Yeah, 100 years.

How could I possibly handle all that?


One Girl Five Hungry Beasts is a full-length novel with a HEA. Adult’s only!

My Personal Review: I received a copy of this book for a fair and honest review. I love werewolf books. I have been reading them for a long time. This was one that I was not ready for and I think it was good read. I am glad how this was done. There were a few minor things that should be re-edited, but nothing that took away from the story. IT was not one of those insta-love story which made it all the more enjoyable. They have struggles and she was still strong regardless of her upbringing and how the people from her town treated her. IT was a bit of a quick read, but I enjoyed it ever the less.

My Rating of the Book: 4 Stars

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