Bitten by Sean Michael

Sequel to Bite

Torquere Press

Contemporary Shapeshifter (M/M)

ISBN: 978-1-60370-512-7, 1-60370-512-0

Reviewed by Sabella



Anton has spent his life denying what he is – a were-wolf.  However, now with a brand-new mate that has been unwillingly changed, a rival pack threatening all Anton holds dear and losing all his material possessions have forced Anton to face head-on his wolfish nature.  But the power struggle is even more complex and deadly than Anton feared and just making a show of “being Alpha” will not be enough to take care of the problem – this time Anton will need to step into the role of Alpha of his pack and stick with it if he wants to survive the battle and keep what he holds dear…

But with black magics, unexpected attacks and the possibility of losing his family – will Anton be able to save it all by embracing his wolfish nature?

Bitten is a complex and long tale of coming to terms with oneself which is loaded with tons of erotic encounters between the main and secondary romantic relationships in true Sean Michael fashion. However, it must be noted that the plot development is slow and doesn’t really begin until almost half-way into the book.  Also, I found the secondary romance much more interesting than the continuing story line between the main characters, which was frustrating as by necessity, being secondary characters, there was much less of them to read and learn about.  Still, when you are in the mood for some lava hot man-love with plenty of action pick up Bitten – you will not be disappointed, however don’t look to it for its deep character development.


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