Forget Me Not (#2, The Mystic Wolves) Book Tour

Forget Me Not (#2, The Mystic Wolves)

Only a fool would think they could steal from a werewolf …

Anticipating a quiet night alone with the man she loves, Darcy’s world is sent into a spin with the arrival of someone from the past—Mason’s. She is further shocked by the intruder’s claim she may not even be the true mate of the Mystic Wolves Alpha. Accusations start to fly, leading to her new enemy being granted asylum, and this is just the beginning of trouble.

Relying on the reassurances of Mason and the support of her friends and Pack, Darcy soon falls under attack. Suspicions are raised, and with no other choice, she must flee with Devlin to safety where hopefully they can untangle the lies hidden behind the use of magic. Time is quickly ticking away, leading to a showdown where everything is on the line.

They need to uncover the truth before it’s too late, or once again, Darcy will need to fight to hold onto her dreams.

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Author Belinda Boring

A homesick Aussie living amongst the cactus and mountains of Arizona, Belinda Boring is a self proclaimed addict of romance and all things swoon worthy. When she’s not devouring her latest read, you can find her celebrating her passion for book on her blog The Bookish Snob.

With all that excitement, it wasn’t long before she began writing, pouring her imagination and creativity into the stories she dreams. Whether urban fantasy, paranormal romance or romance in general, Belinda strives to share great plots with heart and characters that you can’t help but connect with. Of course, she wouldn’t be Belinda without adding heroes she hopes will curl your toes.

Surrounded by a supportive cast of family, friends and the man she gives her heart and soul to, Belinda is living the good life. Happy reading!


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  1. Leslie Dover says:

    Yes I have read Mystic Wolves and I loved it!!!!! I would have to say my favorite werewolf book would have to be in The Grey Wolves Series by Quinn Loftis.

  2. Jody Duffy says:

    I haven’t read mystic wolves but they have been on my TBR for some time. I love the Destiny Binds books by Tammy Blackwell, Moonlight by Rachel Hawthorne, and 13 to Life by Shannon Delaney. These a just a few of my favorites.

  3. Kristina H says:

    Yes! I’ve read and loved all of them! I haven’t read many other werewolf books. I can’t think of any off the top of my head! Will have to fix that!

  4. Jennifer Davis says:

    Yes I have read the first one, and it is one of my favorites

  5. I read Mystic wolves (review at and my favorite werewolf books are by Patricia Briggs (but Taming the Wolf by Stephanie Nelson is a very close second)

  6. No I haven’t ment them yet! Wolfman & twilight are good werewolf movies

  7. Anne Nelson (Angel Anne Reviews) says:

    No I haven’t read Mystic Wolf yet, but its on my TBR list.

  8. love davis says:

    love the 1st book. hate not having the 2nd.

  9. Samantha D says:

    Nope but i want to! Im curretnly reading Sweetly by Jackson Piearce

  10. Melanie Rovak says:

    I haven’t read it yet but I would love to! And I don’t know that I could pick one favorite book I think Bitten by Kelly Armstrong is on the top of my list.

  11. Amy Medeiros says:

    My favorite werewolves series are all by Vicki Lewis Thompson, love all her books 🙂

  12. I haven’t read it yet. My favorite werewolf book???? Hmmm…I’m currently reading “Taming the Wolf” and it could certainly be in the running if not the top!

  13. I haven’t read Mystics Wolves yet but looking forward to it. My favorite werewolf book is about shifters, does that count? It’s Pride Mates by Jennifer Ashley.

  14. Carolyn Moore says:

    I haven’t read it yet. My favorite werewolf books would have to be by Terry Spear.