"readers learn of Beowulf's past in this first in the Wulf's Den series"
Roxie works at home and likes it that way. She is not the
type to go to the clubs nor is she the type to draw the
attention of men. Yet the one night she allows her friend
Candice to talk her into going out for a "girls' night"
does she find herself drawn to a man. Then when said man
saves her from a nasty fall, Roxie finds her body
responding to him as it has never done before. What is
Beowulf has all but given up on finding his mate. That is
until she walked into his bar. He knew the moment she
entered that she was the one, now to just convince her. Oh
and there is one other thing. He has to teach her all about
werewolves, as that is exactly what he and his kind are and
well, Roxie is total human. If he doesn't scare her off
first that is. Can Beowulf convince Roxie she is the woman
for him, before others try to take her from him?
Marisa Chenery does a great job of bringing her characters
to life in Beowulf and Roxie. In the first book of
the Wulf's Den series, the readers learn of Beowulf's past
and root for his future with Roxie. The readers are able to
follow Roxie as she learns about the world of werewolves,
as well as about herself. Ms. Chenery does a wonderful job
of describing the characters as well as the places in this
book, and draws her readers in so they want to read the
rest of the series. Readers that enjoy shifer stories or
series stories will enjoy Beowulf and Roxie, as well
as the others in the series I am sure.
Reviewed by Stacy Link
Posted May 25, 2009