Call of the Wolf by Madelaine Montague

New Concepts Publishing

Paranormal, Shape-shifter, Ménage plus

ISBN:  978-1-60394

Reviewed by Patrice F.



Abby wasn’t too happy about her new life in a small town out in the middle of nowhere, courtesy of the Feds.   If this was her “reward” after being forced to testify against a man she should have never become involved with in the first place, then maybe she was getting her just desserts for having such bad judgment.   While struggling to adapt, four of the hottest men she’s ever encountered decide to all but camp out on her front door!

Seth, Cameron, Adrian, and Jericho are Wolfen.  How do you break this kind of news to a human? Carefully.  Especially, since they’ve all got their sights set on having Abby.  The easiest part is protecting her from her past. The hardest part will be convincing her to stay. 

I really get into Madelaine Montague’s narrative style, and with this latest novella, she didn’t disappoint.  This author has a knack for dialogue and storytelling that vibrates with humor ranging from irony to risqué.  The only issue I had was sometimes the introspection was a bit repetitive. 

What made me like Abby, Seth, Cameron, Adrian, and Jericho most was that they were willing to take a critical look at their own flaws while overcoming them.  Top all this off with their deep seated sense of loyalty, and they could do no wrong.   It came in pretty handy when the time came to deal with the bad guys.

Call of the Wolf is most definitely a hot and heavy frolic starring Abby and her gorgeous harem of hunks.  I got a kick out of this paranormal thriller, and there’s a nice sprinkling of drama and romance added for some down home flavor.   


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