Rachel Kemet was seven years old when her
mother took her away from her father and beloved adopted
brother Richard. Many years later, Rachel is reunited with
Richard when, as an assistant district attorney, she is called
to investigate a crime that Richard is a suspect in. A man
was murdered and his throat was torn open.
Richard and Rachel were bonded together
when they were children as part of their Amon-kai heritage.
The Amon-kai are a breed of people where the males are part
wolf. Richard wants to claim his mate, but Rachel doesnít
remember anything about the teachings of their people. Rachel
sees Richard as her brother, and she is engaged to another
man. By not accepting Richard, their hearts are not the only
things at risk though; their lives are in danger as well.
Eyes Like A Wolf explores
the unique relationship between Richard and Rachel. Incest is
strongly implied, and there is sex between Rachel and Richard
while he is in full wolf form as well. Although they share a
familial bond, Rachel and Richard share an even stronger mate
bond. Evangeline Anderson does an excellent job portraying
all aspects of their relationship. The sex scenes are
incredibly hot and the romance is spiced with action.
Rachelís and Richardís relationship felt not only acceptable
to me, but right. I thought Rachel could have handled things
better between her and her fiancť, but Richardís intense
sexuality kept wiping my mind clear of anything but him.
While Eyes Like A Wolf may not be a traditional
love story, I found it to be a moving, highly erotic and