"Book Two in the Call of the Wild Series is a keeper"
We join Sarah and Larak and Kam again as they embark on
their new life together with Sarah as their Wolf Queen. As
tradition with Shumani, there can only be one female to a
pack. It is the responsibility of the Queen to share her
body with all of her pack, in return she is loved and
protected. That responsibility even includes the former
alpha's son, Kar. It's something that she is not sure she
can do. After all, he once tried to kill her. But she can't
help but notice the way he watchers her, it scares her, yet
excites her. Sarah is determined to have a happy pack and
in order to do that she needs to bring Kar into her loving
Ms. Dafoe does it again. The Wolf Queen picks up
where Call of the Wild left off. We get to see the same
characters come back, Sarah, Larak and Kam, and we get to
know Kar. I must say I think Kar is my fave of the wolves.
All Dark and yummy male. The love scenes are well written
and hot!! Be sure to read Call of the Wild first, you will
add it to your keeper shelf!!
Reviewed by Missy Brown
Posted June 21, 2009
**PNR REVIEWER TOP PICK***
In the world of the Shumani, there is only one female per pack. She is their umma Shumani, their queen. But with the privilege of being protected by the handsome wolf-shifters who love her comes the responsibility to keep the pack intact -- and when Sarah Hartwell encounters Kar, the dark, savage son of the renegade Hunt, it’s a responsibility she’s not sure she can live up to.
The way he watches her as if he wants to eat her alive sends tingles down her spine. At the same time it frightens her, all the more so because she’s never seen him assume human form. But Sarah is determined to find a way to bring Kar into the loving circle shared by herself, Larak and Kam…~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~
Genre(s): Paranormal, Action/Adventure
Theme(s): Ménage, Werewolves
Series: Call of the Wild