Monday, June 27, 2016

LITTLE WOLF by R. Cooper

Publisher: Dreamspinner Press
Date published: May 2015
ISBN: 9781632169761
M/M contemporary paranormal
Reviewed by Gabrielle (

Obtained via publisher
Rating: 4 Hearts

Two men who have led extremely different lives are thrown together and find themselves needing each other.  Can instinct and love win or will fear win in the end?  Tim is in hiding after escaping from his Uncle. Never being taught anything about shifters he has no idea who and what Nathaniel is to him or even anything dealing with shifters. Tim feels a pull towards the sheriff but he does not recognize what it is and is constantly upsetting the balance. Nathaniel recognizes Tim and what he is to him right away but insists that Tim recognize it for himself.  The two are constantly at odds while Tim tries to stay hidden and still figure it all out.  If and when Tim is found will he stay and fight or will he run like he always has in the past?

Tim and Nathaniel make a good couple. Nathaniel is a strong and patient Alpha who longs for something more. If only Tim would let his instincts continue to guide him towards Nathaniel. Tim is a sweet man but because of his upbringing he is very naive about many things and comes off as very young at times.  I enjoyed watching the two find their way. Their attraction soon turns into something more but misunderstandings and mistrust continue to complicate the issues.  Tim must learn and decide if he is going to stand up and fight for himself or lose all that he ever longed for?  Nathaniel and Tim both were endearing but at times I wanted to shake them both. Tim always seems to be clueless and Nathaniel always says he wants to help Tim but insists he figure it out by himself.   I enjoyed going on this adventure with Tim and Nathaniel. The author does a wonderful job of bringing this world to life.  Not only did Nathaniel and Tim have a lot to say but many of the supporting characters made themselves heard as well. I hope that we get to return to this town again and get their stories as well.

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


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