Tuesday, May 9, 2017

His Big Bad Wolf by Lia Davis

Title: His Big Bad Wolf
Author: Lia Davis
Publisher: Afterglows Publishing
Genre: M/M Paranormal
Pages: 55
Reviewer: Redz











Publisher's Blurb
Handyman Shannon Foster is tired of having to move from place to place before others notice he isn’t normal. And for the first time since contracting the werewolf virus, he wants to settle down in one place—with one man in particular. Neal stirs up emotions like no other and raises a possessive need to protect within Shannon. Just when Shannon starts to believe he could make a life in the small town and seduce the handsome ranger, things turn south. Fast.

Forest ranger Neal Hartman can’t get his mind off the new hottie in town. However, when a large wolf attacks two boys and one of them is killed, Neal has to focus on hunting down the beast. The full moon brings even more strange happenings, and yet another attack, where his partner claims to have seen a werewolf. But that’s impossible, right?

Neal turns to Shannon for help to track down the rogue wolf, but working together stirs emotions neither of them expected, and a fiery passion that makes it impossible for them to stay away from each other. But is Neal ready to learn all of Shannon’s secrets?











Review
His Big Bad Wolf by author Lia Davis is a male/ male stand alone novella. I liked the fast pace, and action packed story very much. There is also hot man love that perfectly goes with the storyline.
Shannon is a handyman. He always has to move from place to place so no one knows his secret. He really hates that. He wants a home, and love. He has been looking for a place to call home since he contracted the wolf virus.
Neal is a ranger. After wolf attacks he is trying to hunt down the wolf doing it.
Shannon was turned against his will he fears and resents the man that turned him. Now with all the wolf attacks has something worse come to town?
I love the mystery and who dun it vibe this story has. Great way to introduce this world to us. I hope there are more and this is made into a series. I feel this is a perfect first book for that. I know I am hooked and I want more. 


                               Five Shooting Stars
 

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