September 30th, 2012
Romantic Comedy, Paranormal, Gay (M/M) Short Novella
Reviewed by Dawn (email@example.com)
Publisher link: http://www.amberquill.com/AmberAllure/FriendlyWerewolf.html
Obtained by Publisher
Alan just wants to beleft alone though he knows his parents mean well. But as a workaholic Chef and a werewolf, Alan doesn’t have time to meet anyone much less go on dates. But one moonlit night, he meets a man who will steal his heart that is if Eric, the vampire, will let himself fall in love with Alan.
This was the first book of this author I have read and it was good, had lotsof humor and some intriguing characters but I felt it could have been a bit longer to really get the entire story of Alan and Eric. This was a short read and one that left me hanging in the end. The writing was tight, story flowed nicely and the characters were quite entertaining. The sparks fly once Alan meets Eric who is walking his tomcat one night and I enjoyed seeing how these two interacted with one another. Shy one minute, bold the next. I do want to point out this is a short story so I do not want to give much away storyline wise.
Alan just wants to live his life as he pleases. He is too busy for dating but that doesn’t stop him from finding Eric intriguing as well as sexy as hell. Eric has been alone for a very long time and with just his tomcat for company, well lets just say Alan the werewolf is quite an intriguing package to say the least. Alan and Eric are interesting characters and if the story was longer, the reader would be even more enchanted by their romance. As it was, this short introduction felt abrupt in the end and it was quite a letdown after enjoying Alan and Eric’s introduction to one another.
Ms. Caroll delivers a fun, humorous tale that will captivate you till the end. If you enjoy virgin vampires and workaholic werewolves this may be your cup of tea. Overall, an intriguing introduction to this author’s work. I look forward to seeing if Ms. Caroll writes more of Alan and Eric’s adventures in the future.
This is an objective review and not an endorsement.