Sunday, November 24, 2013

Review: The Doe and Wolf by Eve Langlais

What happens when a predator falls for his prey?
Bounty hunting is the perfect job for a maverick wolf; flexible hours, decent pay, the thrill of the chase. But Everett never counted on a doe stopping him in his furry tracks.
Dawn was a prisoner of Mastermind and ended up experimented on, against her wishes. On the run from Furry United Coalition agents, she ends up in the arms—and bed—of a lupine bounty hunter. Instinct tells her to run when she gets a chance because everyone knows not to trust the big, bad wolf, but her heart begs her to stay.
When the result of genetics gone wrong rears its mutated head and threatens both of their lives, will they manage to survive and discover if a wolf deserves a happily ever after?

My Review:

Another funny sexy by Eve Langlais.  You will laugh out loud with the sly references and jokes peppered throughout this adorably enjoyable short.  Everett is our bachelor wolf absolutely not looking for a mate.  But something about this meat-eating Doe REALLLY gets his engine running. A woman that can not only cook, but put down a meal with the best of them, could totally rock his world the other

Dawn was held prisoner  and experimented by an evil entity called Mastermind.  Her genetics were mutated and her animal-half forever transformed.  She could never return to her family because of what she has become, so how could this wolf look at her as anything but a freak of nature too?

Dawn awakens a side to Everett that he never knew existed, but time is not on their side.  Dawn has a price on her head and it falls to Everett to clear her name and keep her safe from an unwanted suitor....especially since this suitor happens to be a huge towering green drooly beast.  This is a book I thoroughly enjoyed and can't wait to see our cameo bunny's baby in the


1 comment:

Angela Searles said...

I'm thankful for my very large, alpha hubby!

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