"Desireable beginning of werewolf series"
Susan Krinard has again woven a story of two strong
unforgettable characters. Joelle Randall has come to
Lovell, British Columbia to search for the place where her
parents had gone down in a plane crash when she was
Joelle had journeyed from San Francisco, California to see
if she can find anything in the Rocky Mountains herself as
the official search and rescue was unable to turn up
anything. Can a big town city girl cope with the rugged
mountainous terrain on her own without a guide?
Luke Gévaudan walks into the bar and Joelle is instantly
fascinated by his wild good looks, however she is warned
about the womanizer. As she is in town for one reason and
one reason only, she ignores the feelings that he inspires
in her. Unfortunately, things don't go well for Joelle.
The guide that she has hired and paid for has taken off
before she even arrives in Lovell. Desperate she
approaches Luke to inquire whether he will be her guide.
Luke agrees as he has a secret agenda; he seduction of
Joey. But something warns him that she is not like the
other women he has known. Reneging on his promise he
leaves town and goes back to his cabin in the wilderness.
Undaunted Joey goes searching for Luke's cabin. As she
follows a trail in the forest, she comes across some of
bar's regulars who have obviously been drinking. Talking
reasonably to them doesn't work. She began to feel
threatened and she turns and jumps into the lake, hoping
get away. As she swims away she hears yells and snarls.
The wolf that she had spotted a few times before is
attacking the men who were threatening her. As the wolf
chases the men away she comes back to shore shaken but not
hurt. Luke finds her and again promises to help her.
As Joelle and Luke head out to find the crash site of her
parents, their attraction for each other doesn't diminish.
Joey's journey continues to be an interesting and exciting
challenge for her. Can this relationship work? Can two
such different people learn to live with each other in
spite of their differences and their upbringing? As the
story unfolds go along with Luke and Joelle and find out
love is enough. Or will the secrets pull them apart
PRINCE OF WOLVES is a wonderful book with great
characters. The story line is interesting and the author
makes you want to believe the unbelievable. The sexual
encounters are nice and occur naturally. The scenery
descriptions make you want to visit.
Sophie Murphy © Copyright 2002
ParaNormal Romance Reviews
Reviewed by Sophie Murphy
Posted December 2, 2002