Jackson Lewis isn’t a typical werewolf. He isolates himself in a small town outside Spokane and dedicates himself to making his business—Lone Wolf Brewery—a success. If it leaves him little time for romance, he’s okay with that. His soul mate could be out there somewhere, but he isn’t actively looking.
So he’s in for quite the shock when he literally bumps into his soul mate—Leo Gallagher—an adorable, nerdy, vibrant music therapist who’s Jackson’s polar opposite.
But he’s human. And a man.
Jackson is straight—or at least he’s always assumed so. Though he can’t deny his attraction to Leo, it’s a lot for both of them to deal with.
I didn’t love this story, but I didn’t hate it either. The storyline is promising but I think it could use a little development. I was left wanting more when the story ended.
Jackson loves a solitary life. He owns a brewery and lives on the outskirts of town alone. As a werewolf he is surprised when he runs into his mate and he turns out to be a human male.
Leo is a human and a musical therapist. He’s openly gay and a little concerned that his mate is struggling with his sexuality and the fact that he’s human. He hopes giving Jackson time will help him come to terms with the life fate has handed him.
The story was interesting, but I don’t feel like Jackson’s struggle with his sexuality and his human mate were resolved as well as they could be. One second it was a struggle and the next he was ok with it. It wasn’t very realistic.
The characters were relatable and interesting. I could easily see a second book with Jackson’s brother or Leo’s roommate. The story just needs so beefing up.
3 pieces of eye candy
Anna Martin is from a picturesque seaside village in the southwest of England and now lives in the Bristol, a city that embraces her love for the arts. After spending most of her childhood making up stories, she studied English literature at university before attempting to turn her hand as a professional writer.
Apart from being physically dependent on her laptop, Anna is enthusiastic about writing and producing local grassroots theater (especially at the Edinburgh Fringe Festival, where she can be found every summer), going to visit friends in other countries, and reading anything thatís put under her nose.
Anna claims her entire career is due to the love, support, prereading, and creative ass kicking provided by her best friend Jennifer. Jennifer refuses to accept responsibility for anything Anna has written.
October 9 – Joyfully Jay, OMG Reads, Valerie Ullmer, Urban Smoothie Read, Archaeolibrarian, The Blogger Girls, BooksLaidBareBoys, Two Chicks Obsessed, MM Midnight Cafe, Lelyana’s Reviews, Xtreme Delusions, October 11 – The Novel Approach, October 12 – Momma Says: To Read Or Not To Read, Bonkers About Books, Megan’s Media Melange, Cupcakes & Bookshelves, Mikku-chan, October 15 – Diverse Reader, October 16 – Scattered Thoughts & Rogue Words, Making It Happen, MM Good Book Reviews, October 17 – Gay Book Reviews, October 18 – Book Lovers 4Ever, Drops of Ink, October 19 – Love Bytes, October 20 – Mirrigold, Bayou Book Junkie, Lillian Francis, Nerdy Dirty & Flirty, Wicked Faerie’s Tales & Reviews, Book Review By Virginia Lee