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The Wolf’s Man Friday is the second book in the Nose to Tail, Inc. series by Julia Talbot. I was of two minds about this book. I thought the first half of the book was kind of slow and a little bit confusing. I was a little bit confused with why Sebastian’s Uncle Ray was attacked and where they were and why they were only going to be there for a short time before going back to their pack territory in Colorado. I was also confused by the pack dynamic, but it was explained a little bit more in the second half of the book. I was also confused by the dialog between Sebastian and Jaxon. The story was written where it was like they could hear each other’s internal thoughts but only part of the time, but they never addressed it or explained if it was part of them becoming mates or something else. It was kind of confusing. I liked the book a lot better after Jaxon and Sebastian got together. I loved their chemistry and all of their sexy times together, and when they would cuddle up in their animal forms and groom each other.
I liked Sebastian. He was an interesting character although at times a little wishy-washy. He had moments when he was with his friend Alan, and he would act juvenile and reckless, then he wouldn’t want to be the next leader of the pack and only want to be a designer, but he wouldn’t stand up for himself and tell his uncle that. But then there would be times when he would have a very alpha personality. So yeah kind of a wishy-washy personality. Made it a little bit harder to like him in the beginning. He definitely didn’t have next leader potential, which is what the author was going for, so I guess she did a good job conveying that.
I loved Jaxon. He was the perfect portrayal of a fox shifter. He was fun and mischievous but knew when to be serious and protective. He’d gone to butler school to learn how to be a jack of all trades in addition to being a bodyguard. He was hired by Sebastian’s uncle to pose as Sebastian’s personal assistant and protect him after Sebastian’s uncle found out that Sebastian was trying to catch his attacker. I liked how Jaxon’s level-headedness is a perfect foil for Sebastian’s more impulsive nature.
I also enjoyed the end of the story, and I’m intrigued to find out what happens with Cheyenne and his twin Cinturon. I hope they get their own books and Alan also.
***The ARC was provided by Dreamspinner Press. My review is an honest opinion of the book ***
Sebastian is an almost alpha wolf. His uncle Ron, leader of the pack, wants him to be the alpha. Sebastian wants to be the designer he is and nothing else, he doesn't prefer being alpha; and he has to find a way to convince his uncle he is not the one.
Ron has been attacked and Seb wants to find the traitor by himself, only Ron wants someone to look out for Seb so he finds Jaxon.
Jaxon is a lonely fox and will be working as a bodyguard, to take care of Seb... under the guise of his PA. Who knew that this wolf and fox would fit so naturally?
While Jax is taking Seb to “Seb's best place on earth,” the attackers are giving us some fearful moments...There is a surprising story involving these attackers.
It was a sort of playful read. All those wonderful shifters, especially Sebastian and his little red fox, I wanted to howl from all the pleasure.
I loved all the talk about scent, I loved the patting, the wagging, the fur, the bonding, it was all adorable.
The bond between the fox and the wolf is strong, the sex, sizzling steamy and great to watch.
A tiny note... I couldn't always figure out from who the talking or thinking.
The story was fantastically written and was full of unconditional love. With all the frisk and frivolity it was a wonderful fun experience.
The pack Alpha has been attacked and Sebastian is called in to help run his uncles Textile business and help with the pack while Roon recuperates. It is made known that Ron expects Sebastian to step in as Alpha when Ron is no longer able. Sebastian only wants to e a designer and at home in his home in Estes.While in Dallas he and his best friend and packmate Alan go about trying to find the attackers of his uncle. Ron worries about Sebastian and hires Jaxon to be his bodyguard/Personal Assistant to help keep in in the office doing his job not out baiting the predator.
Jaxson is a fox shifter and finds Sebastian sexy and very soon finds he is more than his primary...He is his mate. He also finds out that Sebastian is playful, but determined to find out who hurt Ron and doesn't want to be Alpha.
I absolutely loved both Jaxon ( especially) and Sebastian. I adored their playfulness and the hot sex that comes later on. I also liked Alan, Sebastian's best friend, Ron the Alpha and Ty the Elk shifter that is Sebastian's best friend and driver. I loved the interaction of all these characters and admit I also liked the bad guys. There are several different shifters in this book and I would love to see all of their stories soon.
The storyline is good, the mystery is fantastic with a twist that shocked the crap out of me. I laughed at the playfulness and fun, gasped and chewed my nails in several spots and sighed at the sexiness.
My only issue was it was a little slow in spots and a few things seemed repetitive I think the book could be tightened up and a little shorter, The inner thoughts they had early on before they actually got together and even then was just a little jarring. Having said this I did like the thought share after it was obvious they mated and it was important to the story.
If you like unique shifters, (wolves, foxes, elk, bobcats, pumas, tigers, you name it), mystery, snow, designers, bodyguards, Personal assistants, a great romance, mate bonds, and some hot man-sex you will love this.
(PS note for author... I would like to see Alan have a story and Gray too (Wouldn't argue if you did one for each twin too)
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I’ll start by saying I don’t normally review later books in a series after the first one, but this book stands by itself just fine.Read more