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Friday, June 3, 2011

Review: Camwolf by J. L. Merrow

Titel: Camwolf
Autor: J. L. Merrow
Publisher: Samhain Publishing 
Genre: Paranormal GLBT
Rating: 3 of 5 Stars
Description (Samhain)
There’s his tendency to change into a wolf on the full moon. And his visceral attraction to Julian Lauder, a troubled young German student. Despite his determination not to act on his desire, Nick’s brutal response to seeing Julian with another man frightens them both. At first.
Then Nick learns that Julian is not only a naturally submissive werewolf, but one who has learned better how to deal with just being a werewolf. That explains the attraction, but it doesn’t make it any easier when the tables are turned, and Julian—once the student—is now teaching Nick…who still isn’t happy about conforming to the “werewolf way”.
Meanwhile, reports of a strange wolf stalking the town barely register on Nick’s radar—until Julian disappears. Accusing eyes—both wolf and human—are turned toward Nick. Even with the help of friends, hope is growing as cold as the kidnapper’s trail. Unless Nick gives free rein to the wolf’s inhuman power…
This books fits several of my favorite book categories. It's fantasy, better even urban fantasy, it's an M/M novel and it takes place in a city I actually now and have been, which makes the whole story more real (if you can say this about a fantasy book). The story is well written. I was a bit annoyed by Julian's inconsequent behavior in the beginning of the book. I got drawn into the book as the story evolved though I was a little unhappy how Julian's behavior changed. The spontaneous outbreaks of violence seemed to be slightly over the top for someone who is described as easy-going. Though I know that this is due to his werewolf personality I didn't enjoy this parts. Otherwise the story is easy to read and entertaining and the happy end doesn't hurt either.

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1 Comments:

At Sep 28, 2011, 2:27:00 AM , Blogger Brie said...

I just started this one and I’m not really feeling the love, maybe because I’m used to her novellas which go straight to the point, since this is a full-length novel it might take a while for the story to develop and for me to be engaged by it…

 

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