"erotic paranormal romance with an interesting take on werewolves"
Christian Tanner is admitted to a mental institute, after
waiting too long to change and causing a disturbance. While
there, he notices a patient, who draws pictures of a Were.
When his adopted brother, Eben, arrives to break him out,
Christian tells him about the very accurate drawings.
Fearing exposure of the Were secret, Eben decides to
question the artist, Gwen Branson. When Eben sees Gwen, he
knows instantly that she is his mate. Unfortunately,
convincing the emotionally injured Gwen of this fact won't
be easy and the Were in Gwen's pictures is after Gwen.
NORTH WOLF is an erotic paranormal romance with tortured
characters and an action-packed plot. Warning: This story
contains descriptive violence and brutality. While I
understand Gwen's emotional trauma, I became annoyed by
some of her actions. She reacted several times without
thinking about the consequences. It would have helped
matters, if the Weres had explained the situation fully
instead of trying to protect Gwen. Eben is a strong,
silent, broody, alpha, who I had trouble getting a handle
on until the end of the story.
All in all, NORTH WOLF is an erotic paranormal romance,
which gives an interesting take on werewolves but may be
too violent for some readers.
Posted June 4, 2006
Reviewed by Marlene Breakfield
Posted January 4, 2007
Gwen Branson has a problem. It's not that she's spent the last four years of her life in a mental institute, or that her father is dead and her mother's driving her crazy. Her problem is that she's seen a werewolf and no one believes her. At least...no one human. Eben Lowell has a problem of his own. As an Alpha Were, he must preserve his pack's safety and secrecy. Human witnesses are destroyed. Gwen Branson, however, is a problem not so easily solved. Because Gwen is more than just a human—she's his mate.