Publisher: Changeling Press
Date published: November 4th, 2010
Paranormal, BDSM, M/M
Reviewed by Dawn
Obtained by Publisher
CLICK HERE TO PURCHASE!Detective Brutus “Brutal” Ballantine is after a killer. Walking into the Last Call Bar, he is hoping for some relaxation before he is on the hunt again. Meeting frisky and delightful Jasper O’Shea was an unexpected surprise. So when the call comes over the loudspeaker, Brutal finds himself drawn to the laughing eyes of Jasper and the promise of passion he finds there. Can that passion go from one night to a forever love?
I love this series. There I said it and Belinda McBride delivers another wonderful addition in the multi-author series, Last Call Europe. The writing is tight, the story flows swiftly and the sex scenes are tastefully done though there are some scenes that may not appeal to everyone. Ms. McBride always delivers a kick-butt story-be it with an M/F pairing or an M/M pairing. She knocks it out of the ball park with BLACK WOLF.
Meet Brutus Ballantine, a detective who is after a killer before he strikes again. He stops into the Last Call Europe Bar for a nightcap and relaxation and finds much more than he anticipates. I loved Brutus. He had that sexy, bad boy edge going on and when he finds himself falling for Jasper, it’s like pure combustion. Jasper is a Siberian husky-playful and with a sexy side that draws Brutus to his side. I love the way this author captures the vulnerabilities of both Jasper and Brutus. She really knows how to create characters that leave a lasting impression. The sex scenes are scorching hot and though they are explicit, it didn’t take over the plot at all. The secondary characters kept the story flowing nicely but overall this was a story about Brutus and Jasper.
BLACK WOLF is a hot, erotic romance that will leave you panting for more. Ms. McBride delves into the mating of a wolf and Siberian with pure perfection and I, for one, hope she continues these unique pairings in the future. If you like your M/M stories sinfully hot, sweetly romantic and full of fun then I suggest you grab BLACK WOLF. I do recommend reading DEVIL'S ADVOCATE first as some of the characters from that book pop in for an appearance in BLACK WOLF.
This is an objective review and not an endorsement of this book.