Werewolf Vadim Miroslav is surprised
when a man runs into his fatherís study, terrified and
needing a place to hide. Heís even more astonished when the
manís scent reveals that heís Vadimís mate. As soon as he
gets rid of the men searching for their omega, he sets about
claiming his mate.
Sashenka, otherwise known as Sasha, has
spent years being tormented and mistreated by his pack
Alpha. When he stumbles upon Vadim, heís more than ready to
be claimed and protected from the cruel Valeriya. After
years of bad treatment, however, heís afraid to trust. And
Alpha Valeriya doesnít seem to want to let him go...
My Lupine Lover is a fast-paced werewolf
tale. Protective Vadim makes an excellent match for Sasha,
whoís alternately fearful, playful, and tough. There are a
lot of secondary characters, mostly other pack members,
friends, and the eminently hate-able villains. The
revelations of Sashaís past are interesting. My problem
with My Lupine Lover is that everything
happens with lightning speed. Vadim claims Sasha within a
few minutes of meeting him. Sascha seems to get over his
mistreatment a lot more quickly than I found believable.
Vadim was a bit too perfect. My Lupine Lover
was a fun read, and I enjoyed it, but I couldnít help
feeling that the book could have been great, had there been
a bit more emotional conflict to go along with the external
ones. That said, fans of m/m and werewolves who are in the
mood for a quick read will most likely find My Lupine
Lover fits the bill.