Monday, March 1, 2010

Romance Book Review: Wolf's Valentine

Author: Rebecca Royce
Series Connection: The Westervelt Wolves
ISBN 978-1-59578-679-1
Genre: Werewolf/ Contemporary Romance/ Shapeshifter/ Paranormal
Publisher: Liquid Silver Books



In book 4 of the Westervelt Wolves it is Valentine's Day. Jana has been alone for 30 years as she has waited out the curse that plagued the island where her people, a group of wolf shifters, lived. As an unmated wolf she was saved the fate of those mated females around her and was able to escape. When she receives an unexpected Valentine card she doesn't know whether to run or assume that the card is a joke.

As one of the elite warriors of the Westervelt pack, Malcolm is sent to investigate a businessman who might be suppling money to the man who placed the curse on the Westervelt pack. While in New York City he finds the one woman he has waited his whole life for--his mate. Since he has had to disguise himself, Jana doesn't recognize him as a wolf or her mate. When he is able to take away what is masking his scent, he knows she will accept who he is and then can start their life together. First, though, they must stop the money flow so that the Westervelt pack can be safe.

This is the first book I've read in this series. I think to understand the general purpose of the series it would be best to read the books in order first, although it isn't really necessary to like this book. The characters are strong and work perfectly together. This isn't a hard core erotic novella. This is just a general mainstream paranormal romance, which is really part of it's appeal. The story of the wolves is well written and pulls you forward to the next part in the series.

Jana thought she was through with Westervelt. Fleeing for her life thirty years ago, she's hidden as a human ever since. But a strangely worded Valentine delivered to her desk at work has given her pause.

Malcolm never expected to find his mate working for a crooked company he was sent to investigate in New York City. But there she is. Now, on Valentine's Day, the two will battle their attraction for each other while taking down a conglomerate built for the sole purpose of destroying the Westervelt Wolves.

Will love win the day?

1 comment:

  1. Roni, I'm so glad you enjoyed Wolf's Valentine. Thank you for your great review. I do hope you'll check out the rest of the series, I would love to hear what you think!


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