Monday, April 2, 2018

Book Review: 'Coywolf' by Gale Stanley




Action-packed and quick, this story satisfies.
I’ve read other books by Gale Stanley and haven’t been steered wrong yet. This book was no exception. The writing flowed well and drew me in from the first page. I had to know what would happen. It’s a short story, but the characters are well-rounded. I rooted for them to get together.
Rory is a coywolf – part coyote, part wolf. Interesting. I hadn’t read a coywolf story, so this was new and good for me. He’s shy, rough around the edges and a little beaten down. I liked his determination and growth through the story.
Logan, the alpha, hasn’t come out. He loves being the alpha, but has reservations. I understood him. He’s been thrust into a job he’s not sure he can handle. His growth was nice, too. ort
There is an instalove component to the story, but it worked. The steamy scenes are just that, steamy. The chemistry was great, too.
If you’re looking for a short read that will singe the screen, then this is the story you’ve been looking for.



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