Friday, April 23, 2010
Romance Book Review: Werewolf Me
Genre: Shapeshifter/ Erotic Romance
Publisher: Ellora's Cave
Truro finds it hard to trust or believe in love or soul mates. Her past is filled with people who have mistreated her. All she is looking for is someone to have sex with and reaffirm that what her previous boyfriend told her wasn't true. She picks up Murphy for a one night stand, but Murphy knows that the two are meant to be together, and he isn't giving her up.
Murphy is a werewolf who has been called to the little town of Ludlum to meet his soul mate. He knows he has found her when he meets Truro. He realizes right away that he has his hands full when he learns how she feels about soul mates, but he isn't worried because already he knows that Truro loves him. She just needs to realize it is true.
While Murphy and Truro are stumbling through the mating ritual, there is someone who wants to create havoc on the clan and use Truro against Murphy.
Amarinda Jones' sense of humor shines through the pages of this paranormal. Truro, love this name, is a strong quirky woman. I like that she isn't perfect and Murphy is strong, but still sensitive and willing to wait Truro out until she comes around to his way of thinking. Good, fun story for shapeshifter and paranormal fans.
Truro Simpson is confused. What the hell is going on in the sleepy town of Ludlum? One moment her life is quiet and boring and the next she’s having orgasmic sex with a hot, tattooed stranger and odd people are turning up talking about werewolves and soul mates. Do the wolves of Ludlum have something to do with that? And does any of it really matter when she is having the best sex of her life?
Every fifty years, a clan of wolves seeks new mates. Murphy Green is a werewolf. He is in Ludlum for Truro, his soul mate. The problem is the lady doesn’t believe it. That’s okay. His plan is to seduce her with sweet words and hard cock until she’s as breathless with need and as hungry to touch and taste as he is.
About the Author
Amarinda Jones believes anything is possible and sometimes just asking for the impossible will surprise someone enough that they will give it to you. Writing is like that. Put it out there and wait for a response. There is always the possibility you may fall on your ass, but after all, that’s what cellulite is for. Amarinda believes in taking chances, speaking her mind and aging disgracefully. Twenty years from now she plans on being the neighborhood witch who all the kids are scared of. But then, everyone has to have a hobby.