Wednesday, 14 July 2010

Wolf Signs - a Book Review by Voodoo Bride

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)


vvb32 reads said...

woot for voodoo bride! glad to see a werewolfy story. aren't most werewolf dudes hunky, though ;-D

Demented Wench said...

A hunky werewolf is a great reason to read a book!

Enbrethiliel said...


You had me at "Hunky Werewolf"!

I can't wait for Voodoo Bride's next review. =)

Sullivan McPig said...

It was the promise of a hunky werewolf that got Voodoo Bride interested in this story too I must confess.