Sunday, January 7, 2018

Review: Baby, I'm Howling for You

Baby, I'm Howling for You Baby, I'm Howling for You by Christine Warren
My rating: 4 of 5 stars

As the second book I've read in this series (but counting as #1), this was lots of fun. It had twists and turns, action, romance, and sexy, sexy times. Even if you didn't read the short story before this one, this book gives a great introduction to the wonderful weird world of Alphaville.

Renny is on the run. She's been trying to evade a relentless predator who has decided that she belongs to him. As a wolf shifter, she's got certain skills, but the guys that have been sent after her are shapeshifters also. In a desperate play, she tries to make a run for the Alphaville border for protection. She's always heard that all were welcome there, especially if they have trouble in their past. Renny literally runs to the border just in time, being rescued by an unlikely shifter as she crosses onto his land.

Mick has a past himself, having lost a mate previously. He's a loner, but somehow Renny and he are drawn to one another. Mick also has been tangled up with the shifters Renny is running from, making them perfectly suited for dealing with these bad guy shifters. It would be smooth sailing if Mick and Renny could just work through their relationship issues. Oh, and if they can survive these crafty bad guys. Don't worry, though, we get a nice, neat happy ending. I can't wait to see what happens to all the new characters we met in future installments!

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