Wolf Tales 2
Publisher: Changeling Press
Date published: May 30th, 2011
Futuristic, Dark Paranormal, Ménage (M/M/F), Erotic Romance
Reviewed by Dawn (email@example.com)
Publisher link: http://changelingpress.com/product.php?&upt=book&ubid=1624
Obtained by Publisher
When Mei Lin had two wolfmen stumble upon her little home, she never anticipated that they would want to keep her-a blind woman who needs protecting. But they do and when Derek is hurt badly, they are rescued by Mace, Daniel and some of Mace’s pack. Now as Derek is being treated by Daniel’s mom’s bunker, Mei will find herself thrust into something that will either have her ripped away from the two wolfmen she is coming to love or into a new life…without the wolfmen by her side.
We met Mei Lin, Daniel and Jay in Blind Possession, book one of the spin-off series of the Wolfmen series, Wolf Tales and in this latest addition, we find Mei Lin, Jay and Derek rescued by Mace and Daniel then taken to Daniel’s old encampment so Daniel can get the help he needs for his wounds. Brannan Black does another wonderful job in creating a story that has equal parts humor, sexual tension and intrigue. The characters are exceptionally well written and you can’t help but fall in love with the three main players here. They are very life like and I loved it when Mei finally stopped being so meek and submissive and stood up to Derek and Jay for the first time. I swore the tension rose in me as I flipped the pages on my e-reader to see what happens next. The returning characters from the Wolfmen series are a delight to me as we see Mei, Jay and Derek interact with them as they try to stay together as a small pack.
Brannan Black delivers another wildly enjoyable story in her spin-off series of the wildly popular Wolfmen in Wolf Tales. The writing was tight, story flowed smoothly and yes, the annoying character Frank is back in this story to drive a reader nuts or wanting to kill him. But that is what makes this author’s stories so much fun, especially when they put some secondary characters you just want to see given their comeuppance. BLIND DEVOTION also shows the lengths of love these three have for one another and the trust they share together between them. The author does a wonderful job in creating three equally independent yet connected individuals that are entertaining and I am eager to see what happens next for these three as well as my favorites-Mace, Daniel and all the characters from the encampment.
If you are looking for one hot steamy read for an afternoon, I highly recommend BLIND DEVOTION and get swept away by some hunky alpha wolfmen and their pretty mate. I can’t wait to see what else this author has in store for her readers in the future.
This is an objective review and not an endorsement of this book.