Sunday, June 14, 2015

Dev's Wolf by Angelique Voisen

Title: Dev’s Wolf
Series Wolves of New Haven, 8
Author: Angelique Voisen
Publisher: Evernight Publishing
Genre:  MM, Paranormal
Pages: 35
Reviewer: Redz
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Publisher’s Blurb
Toby Green, a submissive omega struggling with weight issues, has waited all his life to find his missing half. Seeing every wolf in the New Haven pack happily paired off leaves him out in the cold with few options. He’s about to hand in the towel when he sees Devon Walker walk into his shop. Unmated wolves stay clear of the Walker brothers for a reason, but Toby doesn’t intend to let a little danger get in the way of his happy ending. 
Seeing his brother happily mated gives dominant wolf Dev Walker hope he’ll someday find his intended despite his black reputation. When his past comes back to haunt him, Dev finds himself at the crossroads. Is a future with Toby a possibility?

Dev’s Wolf by author Angelique Voisen is the eight book in the Wolves of New Haven series. This is my first time reading this series. I did not feel lost.  I did feel this book was a bit short though. I wished I knew more about the pack, and more about the dynamics of it.  So perhaps if you start with the first book, you won’t have that feeling that I do.
I also feel this story is very rushed. There is a ton of things inside this short story.  MM, Werewolf is my favorite genre.  I love the concepts in this book. I like that Toby is not a pretty boy, he is flawed. He thinks he is overweight, and he doubts his own value.  Lucky though this shy nerdy guy has a true love that thinks he is just amazing.
Dev I really felt the information about him was dumped on me rather than shown.  It  was like here is his back ground, now let’s go forward now. Again perhaps reading the series from the start helps this, but if this is truly Dev’s love story then I feel it really should be his and more fleshed out than this story was.
The chemistry is amazing between Toby and Dev.  There is a lot of story in this short book, and if it had been longer I really would have loved it more. As it is it is a good story with sizzling chemistry.  I would like to explore more in this world. Hopefully some of the holes will be filled in as we go along. 

                      Four twinkling Stars

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