Title: Sweet, Seductive Wolf
Series: Mating with Wolves, #3
Author: Marcy Jacks
Genre: Paranormal / Shifters
Length: Novella (119 pages)
Publisher: Siren Publishing, Inc. (June 20th 2015)
Heat Level: Explicit
Heart Rating: ♥♥♥♥ 4 Hearts
Blurb: Sam Turner is still getting used to the fact that werewolves exist, and he’s not sure he likes it. When Alain Lake, a man who has been making eyes at him more than Sam is comfortable with, is forced to subdue him, he’s pissed off. The whole thing scared the hell out of him, even if Alain had a good reason, being a stupidly strong, gorgeous werewolf and all.
But Alain, though he might be a werewolf, has all the desires and needs of a man, and he makes them known again and again, apologizing for dragging Sam into this whole mess, and then pressing him up against the wall and kissing him senseless. Sam, despite thinking of himself as being a girl-liking guy, cannot deny how good that kiss felt, but he’s not ready.
That’s all right, because Alain is willing to fight for what’s his, and defend his mate from those who would do him harm.
Product Link: http://www.bookstrand.com/sweet-seductive-wolf
Review: This book is part of a series and should be read in order.
Poor Sam, learning about the werewolves the way he did sure knocked him through a loop. He is still trying to come to turns with it all. However there is the issue of Alain who keeps coming onto Sam. The biggest problem for Sam about that is he is straight, or so he thought.
This book was pretty funny in how Sam had to come to terms with the fact that he was in fact attracted to Alain. He is annoyed and yet turned on, and so confused. I liked how Alain wore him down.
It’s not until something happens that finally Sam faces the facts and accepts Alain and all that entails. Then things turn downright hot and sexy between the two of them.
I am enjoying this series. It is nothing really new, but they are fun and sexy reads. And that is what I am looking for from them. So these books are delivering.
I got to love how Macy Jacks keeps ending each book in the series on a cliffhanger. Because really it just makes me want to find out what will happen next.
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