Sunday, November 29, 2015

ketogenic Wolf by Angelique Voisen

Title: Ketogenic Wolf
Series: Wolves of New Haven, 7
Author: Angelique Voisen
Publisher: Evernight Publishing
Genre: Paranormal, Contemporary, MM
Pages: 43
Reviewer: Redz

Publisher's Blurb
Sal Matthews has struggled with low-self esteem and health issues all his life. Being a werewolf doesn’t change anything. He’s tried every diet available, but Sal has never really been motivated until he sets his eyes on the dominant werewolf Kal Walker. Every inch of Kal screams dangerous, but Sal can’t keep away. 
After their old pack disbanded, Kal Walker and his brothers have a hard time integrating into the New Haven pack. Killing’s the only thing Kal’s good at and peace is a concept he’s been struggling with. He’s been unsure of his purpose until he meets Sal during a monster hunt. The insecure and submissive wolf calls all of his protective animalistic instincts to the surface, especially when a threat puts Sal’s life in danger.
Be Warned: m/m sex

Ketogenic Wolf is the seventh book in the New Haven Wolves series by author Angelique Voisen. I felt this book is a good stand alone plus a great addition if you are a follower of the series. I love how Ms. Voisen gave us a really great back story for Kal. I really wanted him to find family, and love. He really deserves it. He is ruthless, kind, loving, and is the man you want as your friend. He loves his brothers and when he gives his heart he does it with all that he is. True Alpha hero type.
Sal now he did not have such a great build up. When we meet him he is in a meeting to lose some weight. His insecurities make him question weather or not he should be with Kal. For as hard as he makes Kal work to be with him, Sal really is just scared of risking his own heart to love. At the end he did come around and finally be the mate I really wanted for Kal.
I wished this book was longer mostly because I adored it that much. But for a short story this is a great glimpse into the life of the New Haven Wolf pack. I hope to see many more in the future. 

                             Five Shooting Stars


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