Wolf Signs by Vivian Arend (e-book, novella)
What is it about:
Robyn’s deafness doesn’t stop her from taking the backcountry trip she’s been craving. Meeting a hot, ripped hunk-of-male at the Yukon cabin starts cravings of a different kind. And raises questions about wolves, mates, and duels to the death.
He wanted a quiet retreat before challenging for the pack Alpha position. Keil wasn’t planning on meeting his mate or discovering she’s not aware she has the genes of a wolf to go along with her attitude…
What did Voodoo Bride think of it:
A delightful, romantic read. The romance is hot and steamy and Keil is a good match for Robyn. I think it's a feat that Arend succeeds in building likeable and believable characters and in setting up a great romance between them in a novella. She even manages to add an action plotline to this story. I can tell I've read novels that don't succeed in setting up all this and making it work. All in all I enjoyed this story from start to finish.
Why should you read it:
It's got a hunky werewolf!
And for those who don't like reading e-books:
On August 3 this story will be released in print together with Wolf Flight in the Anthology Under the Northern Lights.
(Expect my review of Wolf Flight soon)