Book Review – Tied (Devil’s Wolves #2) by Carian Cole







Meet the Author:

I have a passion for the bad boys, those covered in tattoos, sexy smirks, ripped jeans, fast cars, motorcycles and of course, the sweet girls that try to tame them and win their hearts.

Born and raised a Jersey girl, I now reside in the mountains of beautiful New Hampshire with my husband and our multitude of furry pets and spend most of my time writing, reading, and vacuuming.








Tied (Devil’s Wolves #2)

Published June 24th 2017

Genre: Contemporary Romance




He was the myth and the legend of our small town. But no one knew the truth… except me.

My childhood was stolen by a monster. I’ve forgotten what love feels like. What happiness feels like. What hope feels like. I am numb.

He’s possibly as damaged as I am. Maybe even more. Scarred just as much on the inside as the outside. Just like me. He doesn’t speak. He doesn’t smile. He hides in the woods like an animal. I should be scared of him. But I’m not. He’s the only one that has ever made me feel. And I want to make him feel, too.


So…. here’s where I get to tell you how big a dork I can be. I decided to read this book because of the Title and Cover. I merely skimmed the blurb. I assumed from the title it was either an MC or Shifter Romance. WRONG! OMG, this book you guys!! Tied is a gut-punch in the very best way. It was completely unexpected and utterly spellbinding.

The main characters, Holly and Tyler experience extreme hardships and traumatic events. They’re both broken and beaten down, but also doing the best they can to cope with the crappy hand life dealt them. The story is a testament to the healing power of love and understanding.

I adored Tyler. He’s scarred and ostracized himself from society, but fate keeps putting in the path of Holly. Fortunately he was able to rescue her from “the bad man” as well as her inner demons. Holly is abused and sheltered, but feels the connection with Tyler immediately. He’s her prince.

The plot is deep and at times dark and gritty. However, what most impressed me was the way the author portrayed the after effects of the events. It’s a brutally honest narrative of what happens to families when tragedy strikes. I adore that! With that said, this may not be for everyone.

Overall, this is an engrossing read. It’s beautiful and deeply moving. I’m so glad I had the opportunity to meet and fall for these characters.




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I’m a blogger, photographer, and unapologetic book addict. I love strong female characters, major jerks, and Happily Ever Afters.

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