- Release Date
- July 2013
- Book 2 of Call of the Wolf
BDSM, Erotic Romance, Ménage or more, Paranormal with Romantic Elements
Veterinarian Lena Windsor grew up expecting to be mated to shape-shifter Alex James and his brothers, Joe and Will, when she finished university, but when military vet Alex leaves the three of them behind to re-enlist, she builds a new life for herself, eventually coming home to take over her fathers' practice in Harmony, where she reconciles with Joe and Will.
One day, Lena begins to suspect that someone has been prowling around her house while she's at work and uses a nanny cam to find the culprit. She's shocked to see a very changed Alex, who is dealing with a severe war injury by bonding, in wolf-dog form, with the stray dog she adopted who has a similar injury.
She'd never turn away an injured animal, not even when he's also the man who broke her heart. Can she help him to heal without falling in love with him again?
Apr 28, 2014 [ OFFICIAL REVIEW ]
147 people found the following review helpful
This werewolf romance is a heartfelt, heartwarming and erotic read.
Veterinarian Lena Windsor grew up expecting to mate the James brothers. Now she runs her father's veterinarian practice and sees Joe and Will, but the relationship is missing Alex. Alex has returned home wounded and he's not the same man. Can Lena heal him without falling in love with him again?
This fast-paced and smooth-flowing plot keeps the reader intrigued with lots of heartfelt drama and romance. The author has the reader emotionally engaged in the story from the very beginning as they realize Lena's heartbroken over the past. The well written scenes and details paint vivid images that ensure the reader feels as if they are part of Harmony and know these strong compelling characters personally.
The chemistry Lena has with Joe and Will is undeniable and she's still strongly attracted to Alex, even if he did break her heart. The passion heats up the pages and the sex scenes are hot and steamy including anal sex, m/f/m/m scenes, but the relationship between Lena and Alex take a lot of work to overcome the past. The reader can't help but get caught up in their story as the brothers and Lena try to help Alex heal and heal their broken relationship as well and finally have the mating they desire.
Alex's story and the emotional and physical trauma he's suffered reaches out and grabs the reader by the heart and doesn't let go. This romantic drama brings tears to the eyes, smiles to the faces, chuckles at some of the dialogue and interactions and happy satisfaction when these shifters finally get their happily ever after. I can't wait to find out what the author has in store for the wolves of Harmony next.
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