Gay Paranormal Romance
Paperback: 220 pages
Publisher: Dreamspinner Press (February 27, 2015)
Amazon: Winter’s Wolf
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Tales of the Harker Pack: Book Three
Winter Thane was raised on the two cardinal rules of werewolf existence: don’t reveal yourself to humans under penalty of death, and there’s no such thing as a gay werewolf. It’s no surprise when his father drags him from his wild life in remote Canada back to Connecticut to meet his old pack in hopes it will persuade Winter to abandon his love of sex with human males. Of course Dad’s hopes are dashed when they come face-to-face with the gay werewolves in the Harker pack.
Winter takes one look at FBI agent Matt Partridge and decides bird is his favorite food. Partridge is embroiled in an investigation into drug dealing and the death of a fellow agent. He can’t let himself get distracted by the young, platinum-haired beast, but then Winter proves invaluable in the search for clues, a move that winds them both up in chains and facing imminent death. Winter quickly learns his father’s motives are questionable, the pack alphas are a bunch of pussies, humans aren’t quite what they seem, and nothing in the forests of Connecticut is pure except love.
I love shifter stories. The characters seemed so lifelike I felt like I really knew them by the end of this story. I bought all the other books in this series so…
Since I already have the first two books I decided to read the series in sequence. The first book left me with doubts but I'm glad to keep going because I by book 2 I could see the difference in Tara's writing. By book 3 I was blown away! I really enjoyed these wolfs! Winter's Wolf was quite enjoyable with its fast pace and the whodunit. Quite an enjoyable series!
I really enjoyed this 3rd book in the Tales of the Harker Pack, for me each book is better than the one before it. I loved Winter and Matt and all the many layers to this book. As always, Tara Lain’s writing style makes for an enjoyable read.
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