Preston leaves Chicago for a research assignment in the
South Pole. The pretty climatologist quickly learns that
her colleagues are all shape-shifters, Arctic white wolves
seeking mates. Imagine her surprise when she realizes that
her odd dreams about stalking and hunting at night in wolf
form are real. To satiate the inner wolf, she must feed her
sexual appetite, frequently and often, and with as many
partners as she can handle at a time.
Black morphed into an exotic inferno, where sex is
the plot’s mainstay. The author isn’t the least bit shy
about this fact, so I just went along for the ride.
Everyone’s likeable in their exhibitionism and open
sexuality, staying true to the shape-shifter attitude.
Let’s lay it on the line, in such a setting what’s not to
like? This will be a fantasy for some.
Erotic romance runs the show and admittedly, the plot is
bare bones. This is a sweaty story that’s meant to set the
mood and melt away icy inhibitions while reading it. I’d
say it has succeeded; grab the reader full on and drag
towards high impact down-and-dirty. The writing is
straightforward and unpretentious. Readers will salute this
latest add to Cobblestone’s Wicked line.