Wednesday, January 25, 2012

Call of the Wolf by Madelaine Montague

Call of the WolfCall of the Wolf by Madelaine Montague
My rating: 4 of 5 stars

Abigail Winthorpe is furious with her current predicament, she has had to change her name, job, relocated thanks to the witness protection program. Scared and feeling incredibly vulnerable, the first person she meets in the new town happens to be cop Seth Banner. Unwilling to trust her instincts about being able to trust him, after all she has been burned before, she finds herself conflicted by the other three neighbors Cameron Fontaine, Adrian Pauslon, and Jerico Collins who equally have made her the focus of their attention.

Seth knows Abigail is hiding something, if that were not enough with the Harvest Moon Festival in full gear and the desire to mate strongly pulling at him, he has to contend with friends Cameron, Adrian, and Jerico for her. All four all Alpha's and want her, ultimately it is Abby to decide who she wants, but danger lurks in the air when an attack to eliminate her as a witness is in the air.

Overall I liked this one a lot. The only flaw for me was you did not get enough of Adrian and Jerico in it. Mostly Cameron and Seth are the dominate males in the story. Aside from that, found it highly entertaining.

I decided to reread because I was cleaning up my kindle and remembered this one and had hankering for studly alphas. Very good reread.

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