- File Size: 6488 KB
- Print Length: 261 pages
- Simultaneous Device Usage: Unlimited
- Publisher: Bacchanalia House (May 19, 2017)
- Publication Date: May 19, 2017
- Sold by: Amazon Digital Services LLC
- Language: English
- ASIN: B06W58YNT6
- Text-to-Speech: Enabled
- Word Wise: Enabled
- Lending: Enabled
- Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #153,994 Paid in Kindle Store (See Top 100 Paid in Kindle Store)
Writing the Wolf: A wolf shifter paranormal romance (Wolves of Crookshollow Book 2) Kindle Edition
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Steffanie is a really talented author; I've loved all of her books and I can't wait to read more! WRITE FASTER, STEFFANIE!!
3.5 -4 stars
This was a fun read with lots heat, action and suspense.
Rosa hasn't had an easy life - she's trying to make a fresh start by moving to a cabin in the woods. However, she finds herself being the only black woman in a town of white people yet again. She's fed up of narrow mindedness, prejudice and racist remarks directed at her all her life. Can someone truly love her for who she is?
When Rosa and Caleb first meet their interactions made me laugh;
"Why not? I help lots of women with their plumbing"
"Don't be disgusting....." lol
I liked Caleb; he was caring, protective and sexy as hell. Rosa was feisty, defiant and strong willed. The author captured her fears, insecurities and emotions incredibly well throughout. These two had great chemistry.
I've never been a fan of characters using inner monologues and in this book, the characters do it a lot. I got frustrated with Rosa - her hot/cold behaviour didn't make sense to me. There was a point in the book where I literally felt like smacking Caleb for the comment he made.
This book focuses a lot on racism and prejudice towards black people which some people mind find offence - so please be prepared.
The first night there she encounters Caleb who at first scares the wits out of her. When their hands meet, Rosa immediately feels and electrical current and Caleb realises that he has found his mate.
Things don't go well for the couple. Caleb's brothers show up in their wolf form, terrorizing Rosa and trying to kidnap her. Caleb has to reveal his werewolf side in order to protect her. So now Rosa is thinking that not only is he a white man but now he's a werewolf too!!! The girl is already prone to severe PANIC attacks as is!
There's a lot going on in this novel, his stepbrothers aren't backing off in their attempts to use Rosa to get Caleb to return to the MacLean pack, she's still receiving threatening messages and Caleb is trying to reestablish the Lowe pack. Amidst all the dangers that confront this couple, will they ever be able to make it?
I voluntarily reviewed an advanced reader copy of this book that i received. Great read, lots of action and troubles to get to a HEA!
There were lots of things to edit that weren't simple grammar issues so I wasn't too impressed with that and I'm hoping those things were caught before it went live because switching from wolf parts to human parts during a conflict, using the wrong names at times, and other bigger stuff like that is both annoying and confusing.
I was pretty interested in the book until I got to the almost 2/3 complete part when things got a bit too dramatic of the drama and not intense events kind. The end resolution was fine, a bit abrupt though. A SERIOUS lack of groveling, though the two month absence could be forgiven because of the result, but I'd like to have heard more of the heart instead of just seeing it. That's a personal preference thing, though, so it's really not a big issue in the big scheme of things.
Overall, the book was satisfactory and it introduced me to a world and community that I could be interested in. There was a big issue with racism brought in and the book dealt with it pretty well. No, racism isn't an issue one novel can solve, but it was taken seriously and addressed by the MC's in a way that made me more than hopeful for their relationship. The epilogue was super sweet and that ended the book on a good note for me.
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More from this author. This book was just not for me.