Monday, October 11, 2010

GALACTIC WOLF by Marie Treanor

Wolf Hunt 3
Publisher: Changeling Press
Date published: December 2009
ISBN: 978-1-60521-278-4
Erotic futuristic paranormal romance
Reviewed by Valerie
Obtained via publisher

CLICK HERE TO PURCHASE! The Gardenians are on the move to invade Earth. After the wolves have been set free and the people of Earth know what is happening, the government is in disarray and the underground is taking over. Cereza is in charge of the invasion. She is a young senator who has been sent out to the front lines because she has been causing trouble at home. If she succeeds, her government will take half the glory and if she fails, then they’ve gotten rid of her. She gets the opportunity to capture a mysterious space pirate who has been attacking Gardenians for months. Little does she know that she is now going to get to know Earth like she has never known it before and she will find a passion with a space pirate who doesn’t even know his name. But her space pirate remembers his name, and where he is from and what he is and it will take a lot of trust and love to be able to find peace between Guardenia and Earth.

This is a great story, a wonderful next book, the end of the series? I hope not. But if you’ve been following this story, then I guarantee you will like where Ms. Treanor takes her characters. In this one, she introduces us to Cereza and Yuri. They are perfect for each other and as they race across space, the adventures they share will leave you breathless. The love scenes are going to curl your toes and also leave you breathless. I had to read this in one sitting and couldn’t let it go until I scrolled to the last page. Ms. Treanor writes a fast paced story with characters that leap from the pages. She adds a lot of emotion and great dialogue too. She also adds some good twists and turns and I really enjoyed reading this book. So, if you love a good futuristic story, that has paranormal elements in it, with some hot sex and great characters, run...don’t walk and get this series right now!

This is an objective review and not an endorsement of this book.

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