The Worst Werewolf by Jacqueline Rohrbach

Jacqueline Rohrbach - The Worst Werewolf CoverTitle: The Worst Werewolf

Series: The Immutable Moon # 1

Author: Jacqueline Rohrbach

Genre: Paranormal

Length: Novella (150 pages)

Publisher: Nine Star Press (February 13, 2017)

Heat Level: Low – Moderate

Heart Rating: ♥♥♥ 3 Hearts

Blurb: The werewolf said, “Race you to the road.” It was the last thing Tovin heard before his life became uncomfortably complex.

Before that night in the forest, Tovin was the type of guy to play it safe. Happy wearing the same shoes, buying the same deodorant, and eating the same meals day after day, he thought his simple existence was pretty great. At least until his boyfriend dumps him for being boring. Heartbroken but on a mission of vengeance, Tovin decides to start a new life filled with excitement, danger, and maybe a meal from a questionable food truck.

A date with Garvey would start it all. Handsome, sophisticated, the man is everything Tovin thinks he needs. It’s a pity he turns out to be a werewolf on a mission to save his pack from destruction.

Now Tovin is caught up in Garvey’s world.

Abducted and forced to be the bloodservant of a powerful Alpha, he lands right in the middle of a brewing conflict that threatens to destroy humanity.

Warning: Violence and mention of death of children

ISBN: 978-1-945952-66-1

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Reviewer: Shorty 

Review: I really wanted to love this I truly did as the blurb was enticing. Alas I did not. I felt like I was disconnected throughout the story. I did not connect any of the characters at all. 

The first problem I saw was there were too many characters introduced that resulted in the main plot being pushed back again and again. Garvey’s character irritated me in that he constantly drilled the point that he wanted the reader to know how much he loved to eat humans. I got that from the introduction which was a little too much.

Tovin is sweet yet naive at times. I wanted to slap him at times and say are you kidding me. Surely you can’t be that blind to things.

Then there was the hierarchy which was very confusing to say the least. I honestly gave up trying to understand what was what halfway through. I think there was too much information thrown into this one book for the reader to process thoroughly. As a result you feel bogged down.

Sorry, but I did not enjoy this book.

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