Wolfen by Madelaine Montague

New Concepts Publishing

Erotic Werewolf/Paranormal

ISBN: 978-1-60394-146-4

Reviewed by Talia Ricci

   

 

Danika Whitney doesnít understand what is wrong with the people in the town where she is temporarily staying.  A scientist on a mission to find the rogue wolves that are attacking humans, she is thwarted at every turn when she begins to investigate the happenings concerning the claims of wolves harming humans.  Driving into town to get supplies, Danika is dismayed to see a pack of motorcycles and rough looking men following her.  Even worse is her luck when they go into the same diner as she and have the audacity to sit at her table.  No matter that each man in his own way is sensuous and appealing.  Danika doesnít have time for entanglements.  She has a wolf pack to catch and tag.

Balin and his men have been sent to find out just how many townspeople have become weres.  The fact that Danika got there before them is just irritating. Plus, she is so attractive that all of his men, him included want a piece of her.  She has no idea what she is dealing with but it is up to Balin and his men to convince her that nothing is amiss.  That might be easier said than done considering his men have already come to blows over mating with her.

Wolfen by Madelaine Montague had the plot and the characters to be an amazing book.  However, the spacing and time it took for the characters to react and interact with each other took so much time that I actually got bored with the entire book and had to put it down more than once.  Balin was evidently the alpha of his pack but then again, so were the other men, supposedly.  I found Balin and the other men very sexy but their constant fighting became old very quickly. 

I am sad to say that I just couldnít wait for Wolfen to end but this is the first book by Madelaine Montague that I havenít enjoyed.  Everything else that she has written I have liked.  Wolfen just wasnít the read for me at this particular time. 

     

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