Tuesday, November 1, 2016

Wolf, WY by A.F.Henley

Title: Wolf, WY
Series: Wolf Book, 1
Author: A.F. Henley
Publisher: Less Than Three Press
Genre: MM, Paranormal
Pages: 223
Reviewer: Redz
Buy Link https://www.amazon.com/Wolf-WY-F-Henley-ebook/dp/B016X3YDJG/ref=sr_1_1?s=books&ie=UTF8&qid=1478044591&sr=1-1&keywords=9781620046180








Publisher's Blurb
There's nothing like a fresh start, and for Randy, still nursing wounds left by a cheating ex and harboring a deep mistrust for all things corporate, Wolf, Wyoming seems like the perfect place to start over. Secluded, quiet, and self-sufficient, Wolf is bound to not only inspire, but to bring Randy the peace he needs. The view's not bad, either.

Vaughn O'Connell and his family are Randy's only neighbors for miles, and while Randy knows it's somewhat unlikely that a man with three kids is gay, it doesn't hurt to look. When a misunderstanding brings Randy face to face with both Vaughn and his eighteen year old son, Lyle, Randy's not sure what to feel about either of them.

But things are not what they appear in Wolf, and the closer Randy gets, the stranger the O'Connell family seems…




Review

Wolf, WY is the first book in the Wolf Book series by author A.F. Henley.  I loved all the characters in this story very much.  The author does a great job of making me invested in everyone.  Randy is a city boy running from a broken heart.  He needs time to find himself again and repair the damage to his life.
Vaughn is a father, and a leader. He is very protective of his family and the secrets they have. I liked his whole persona in this book. He is loving, gruff at times, and caring all the time.  He has a rough way about him that really won me over.
I liked how the paranormals are introduced in this book. It is more like a fluid part of the book, and not something just thrown in to make it a paranormal story.  I also was a fan of the everyday feel of this book. I have not had the opportunity to enjoy a simple but complex story like this one in a while. So for me this was a nice change from the normal paranormal type story trope.
Overall this is a great first book in this series. It has a little bit of mystery and a whole lot of love inside of it. I really want Lyle to have his story next, I think that there is more to him than the angsty teen we meet in this book.


                                            Five Shooting Stars



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