Brannan Black
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Changeling Press, LLc
Release Date
November 2011
Book 5 of Wolfman
LGBTQ, Multi-cultural/Multi-racial Romance, Paranormal with Romantic Elements, Romantic Science Fiction/Futuristic, Vamps & Shifters Romance

The world fell apart after the virus killed billions, turning most male survivors into violent monsters. Then I met Mace and he changed everything I thought I knew about wolfmen. Mace is my mate. And I'm his.

Unfortunately the new psycho rabid wants to destroy Mace's pack with extreme prejudice. Our defenses are damaged and supplies are running low. Mace is going to have to reach out to other packs to hunt down and eliminate this new threat.

Wolfmen. Working together. What's the world coming to? Maybe the dawn of a new kind of civilization. A new beginning. One thing's for sure. Things are going to get a lot uglier before they get better.

If we survive at all...

Book Review by Valentina Heart (author,reviewer)
Feb 19, 2012   [ OFFICIAL REVIEW ]
139 people found the following review helpful
Violence, hot and rushed sex, fights for dominance and pack mentality, yes, it's another book in the Wolfmen series with Daniel getting into his own and Mace grinning more than he did in all the other books combined.

This time round, the rabids are on the rampage and a serious threat to not only Mace's pack but to all the other as well, including the compound where Daniel's mother still has the last word. The whole pack is trying to survive the best they can and secure their home against an attack. But it's obvious that just one pack can't handle the situation because Psycho – the main bad guy, has an unlimited access to all the wandering rabids around and when a wolfman is scared he submits.

Trying to do what's best and thinking about the future, Mace approaches the other packs and organizes an attack to solve their mutual problem while leaving the connections open for a future possible trade.

I honestly loved this sequel as much as I did all the rest. Daniel was much more respected in this one and his brain worked better against the threats leaving him with minimum injury – yes that is surprising for anyone following the series. Mace showed a whole different face to him where he was secure in his dominance and where he was comfortable enough with Daniel as his mate not to see every little transgression as a challenge. It was refreshing as well as interesting because through all that violence and blood, the guys were true romantics.

Maybe I'm just seeing the sweetness in the gore, but with each book I read I feel closer to the couple and fall a bit more in love with the amazing world Brannan Black had created. This is the type of writing I like the most, without sugarcoating and with pure rawness at every step. I do hope we get more.
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