"A suspenseful werewolf romance"
Altheia Jones has just moved to New Hampshire from New
Orleans. Her husband has just died, though she had gotten
over the infatuation stage of their marriage long before,
and she wants solace to decide on her future. She finds
Michael Greywolf, a man who stirs her mind and her body. A
man with a secret -- he's a werewolf!
Their relationship is tested as a stalker begins his
determined pursuit, pushing the pair together again and
again until they have no choice but to acknowledge the
passion burns between them.
Greywolf is a truly romantic book, though sometimes a bit
annoying. The chemistry between the characters and the
suspense of Aletheia's situation is well-crafted. This book
is not a strict romance -- the descriptions, dialog and
interaction between the characters are more in the style of
romantic fantasy/paranormal than romance, but the book
itself is very enjoyable. If you like werewolves (And who
doesn't?) DeCarlo's is an excellent ebook at a great price.
Warnings: This book has, besides "plain" vaginal
intercourse, masturbation, oral sex, references to sex with
wolves and prostitutes -- not at the same time! A pet is
killed, as well.
Ann Leveille © Copyright May 2002
for ParaNormal Romance Reviews
Posted May 11, 2002
Reviewed by PNR Group Member
Posted November 18, 2006