- Siren Bookstrand
- Release Date
- December 2013
- Book 4 of Call of the Wolf
Erotic Romance, Ménage or more, Paranormal Romance
Wolf-dog shape-shifter triplets Sully, Nate, and Ben Anderson came to Harmony to investigate hate crimes against shifters and plan to check out their sister's new Mates while they are in town. They are not looking for a Mate, but it's love at first sight when they meet their sister's best friend, Ginger West.
Real estate agent Ginger had long since given up on finding the wolves of her dreams and stuck to dating humans until meeting the hunky Anderson brothers.
Their courtship is interrupted by the hunt for the arsonist who just may be based in Harmony, possibly even someone Ginger knows. She wants to assist with the investigation, but her when her wolves turn down her help, she strikes out on her own, turning to an ex-boyfriend who works in the police department. But things aren't like they seem, and when Ginger is kidnapped it's up to her wolves to rescue her. Or is it?
May 05, 2014 [ OFFICIAL REVIEW ]
114 people found the following review helpful
The author spiced up this erotic Call of the Wolf book with a few surprises that I didn't see coming.
In Harmony to investigate hate crimes against shifters, brothers Sully, Nate and Ben weren't looking for a mate but it's love at first sight when they meet Ginger. But their courtship is interrupted by the arsonist, and when Ginger is kidnapped, it'll be up to them to rescue her. Or is it?
The plot of this erotic wolf-dog shifter romance is fast paced and smooth flowing with descriptions of the scenes and events that inspire vivid images. The fascinating characters in this town continue to bewitch the readers and keep them well entertained from beginning to end.
The attraction between Ginger and the three brothers radiates lots of heat from every page and the sex scenes including anal sex and m/f/mm scenes and some spanking explodes from the pages in a fiery inferno of passion. The relationship however is far from certain as Ginger's not sure that she wants to complete the mating ceremony, and the Anderson brothers sends sparks flying unintentionally by putting their foot in their mouths and underestimating their mate.
This shifter world has a few unique elements and now the author's added a couple of surprises that lends an interesting twist to the already riveting series. The danger from the unknown enemy also adds spine tingling tension and anticipation to the story. There were a couple of small inconsistencies within the story that could easily be overlooked and the surprises more than made up for it.
Overall, I found TAKEN BY WOLVES to be an enjoyable read. I was caught up in the story from beginning to end and I certainly hope that the series continues.
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