4 STARS! "...a quick fun read that will hook you from the beginning. A bit different than I'm used to regarding werewolves, but I totally enjoyed the book. Recommended for all who like the horror genre with a twist of fun." --Susan, Sweet-n-Sassi.blogspot
"...the book entertains; it made me laugh at times, made me raise my eyebrows several times, and made me snort out loud more than once. I can't askfor more than that from a story." -- Jennifer, Romance Novel News
"...offers a different and very creative take on werewolves. I loved the whole concept. Two very different people sharing a body that changes too.Hot, sexy and a little kinky, this one tells a very engaging story... . Larry and Greg are great as a couple but Larry and Deke really smoulder. [sic] The transformation of Greg into Deke is detailed and the whole idea just pulls you in. It takes a while to warm up to Deke but by the exciting climax I was a fan.Add a crazy serial killer and a werewolf sex club to the mix and you a wild ride. Great fun!" -- Emma, Night Owl Reviews
4 STARS! "...a delight to read and enjoy. Deke was so different from Greg in his sexual needs and desires. Larry enjoyed both men for different reasons. Then trouble brewed and they all had to work together. Kelli A.Wilkins has penned a tale that will heat your blood and increase your heart rate as you become immersed in both the hot scenes of loving and the terror of the crazy murderer...shows that you never know who your neighbor is." -- SensualReads
From the Author
Killer in Wolf's Clothing is not your typical werewolf or werewolf/shifter romance.
Some people might have a problem or take issue with the subject matter, the use of humor, how the characters behave, and/or my treatment of shapeshifters(what they expect a shifter to be could be quite different from my interpretation) in this book.
Yes, it's very different. Yes, it's graphic. And yes, you either "get" it or you don't.
When the book was originally published by Amber Quill Press, I left the ending open, so readers could decide for themselves how things would turn out for our threesome. Would Greg be cured of his "werewolf"disease and not turn during the next full moon? If so, what would happen to Deke? Would Larry turn into an Alpha or remain human?
Personally, I wasn't sure how I wanted it to end. Over the course of the story, Deke and Larry develop a bond and get along great. (Larry even tells Deke that he and Greg can share him.) Deke opens up a bit as he comes to terms with his past and realizes what truly matters in life. Greg relaxes his hold on Deke, and appreciates the fact that sometimes it's good to have a brute like Deke around.
A few readers told me that they wished the book had a clear-cut ending. This time around, it does. I thought about the different ways I could take the story and came up with a satisfying conclusion that leaves everyone in a good place.