elisa_rolle (elisa_rolle) wrote,

2016 Rainbow Awards Honorable Mention: Jared (Urban Wolves #1) by Leona Windwalker (251-08-06-2016)

This book is not for everyone. For starters, Jared, the title character is violently assaulted in the first few pages of the book. However, if you can get over the jarring scene that unfolds, what you’ll discover is a slow, percolating love story between Steve, the Alpha-designate as Steve searches for his Alpha-Mate. The prose is simple, not chocked full of clutter, and once you get into the story, moves pretty quickly. The characters of Steve and Jared are very likable. This is definitely a 4 plus star story.

Jared (Urban Wolves #1) by Leona Windwalker
Gay Paranormal Romance
Publisher: Rune Tree Press; 1st edition (July 8, 2016)
Amazon Kindle: Jared (Urban Wolves #1)

Jared just wanted to celebrate his birthday and make new friends, but he quickly finds that clubbing can be dangerous. In fact, the whole world is a different place than he thought it was. Werewolves, vampires, and faeries turn out to be all too real. Front and center of it is Steven Chang- alpha heir and all around good guy. He says Jared's his mate. It's all a bit much for Jared to process, but maybe it'll all be okay as Steve says he's willing to date first. For a while anyway. Jared just hopes it's long enough to wrap his head around it all, hopefully without getting disappeared by the mysterious men in suits or anything weirder happening.

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