I love it when I chance upon a book and I score high! Their chemistry was off the charts, and after lots of delicious push and pull, with plenty of banter and barbs shared while working the case, they finally came together in spectacular fashion and it was positively combustible! He was sincere and sarcastic and fucking sexy. This sexy werewolf with the amaretto eyes intrigued me from the beginning and I wanted to peel off all his layers one after the other myself - and not only the fabric-kind. I'd jot that down to a clear 'it's me and not the book' issue. Dreaming one is a wolf suggests that one admires and would like to share the qualities associ … ated with the wolf. It was an odd feeling. I'm so excited I tried this one by a debut author.
It's one of those rare gems where I don't notice the writing at all. This book is part mystery and part romance. With every passing year, my dnf trigger finger gets itchier. In fact, there is only one on-page shift. Characterizations were good, intriguing story line, world building could have been better.
And if the sex scenes are anything to go by, I'm in for a treat here. I'm up for the game since this case really kept me on my toes! This is about as unrestrained as ever got in a studio setting, thanks in part to the crude backing he got from guitarist and drummer. It totally kept me on my toes and guessing. He is a loner and we get a hint that his relationship with his dad is not so good, then again that doesn't give him an excuse to be an ass. It's just a request for more explanation about something that hashappened. Obviously, the wolf agent, Park is hotter than hell and obviously Dayton is attracted to him and vice-versa. As these two race against time, as both werewolves and humans start to go missing, they find things are way more complicated and shocking than they ever expected.
The werewolf culture world building was slow to reveal itself. But it quickly took on a life of its own. With every passing year, my dnf trigger finger gets itchier. You might he … ar this when someone reactsangrily to something unimportant or when someone gets theirfeelings hurt over nothing. But there's one thing I don't have mixed feelings about, and it's this: Charlie Adhara is a real talent, an author to be excited about. Ohhh, this was definitely some wolfy goodness. Book gods, why do you keep doing this to me!? I love it when I chance upon a book and I score high! The case they're working on is well done and super entertaining.
For me, this is a great start to a new series and I am definitely hooked! By the time I had reached the second half, I'd been drawn into that part of the plot too and couldn't put the book down. I already can't wait for the next one - but it isn't coming out until September D: This a new author and it did not disappoint. There is just so much we don't know and yeah, I am dying to know more about him. A well paced slow-burn romance but not without steamy scenes , and yet the tension in the relationship didn't die down halfway through. I'm very surprised I liked this one as much as I did, considering I didn't like Cooper all that much. I couldn't put the book down until I learned who was the bad guy.
Beneath his sharp wit and insecurities there is intense loneliness. . I can't wait to learn more about him and about his family. I was having heart palpitations anytime Coop and Oliver were alone together and I wanted to scream at them to make out, or you know. Given the choice between finding out what rea 4. The romance was slow burn, which I really like, and felt fulfilling for being only the first book for this couple.
Likeable characters, unique paranormal universe, captivating mystery, unpredictable turns and suspects all around. The one thing that was a bit disturbing were the secondary characters: we get so many of them and all at the same time I had to concentrate hard in order to not get confused. Cooper and his partner investigate werewolf related crimes. Cooper is one of a very small number of people to know that werewolves actually exist and live freely among the general population, and that five years previously, their leadership group — the Trust — had decided to reveal the truth to governments around the world in an attempt to help werewolves to continue to live peaceably in the modern world. But this narrative sparkles, it shoots along at a pace, carefully pulling all the threads together into an epic denouement which, while I saw the protagonists coming for a while, is still fraught with the necessary tension to make you try and r Wow. But we get to see brief glimpses of each of their soft sides.
The Chemistry between Cooper and Park is off the charts, these two men compliment each other. In this case the raving reviews and the temptation of a good shifter romance made me turn a blind eye to the murdering bits. This book was pretty fantastic. Just want to solve this case. The mysterious mystery killer remained mysterious up till the end, which is always a good thing, tho I must admit my initial suspicious paid off a little. Time is once again pulling the paths ofRose and the Doctor together to save the world. She now writes contemporary, mystery, paranormal, queer romance.
My only disappointment is the Charlie Adhara has no other books out right now. Good thing we have 2 more books, so we will get more of his background and maybe some shifting. Because Rose at this point is trapped in a paralleluniverse, these words mean the void is breaking down and theuniverse is falling apart. Park on the other hand I loved immediately and consistently. God, I fucking loved him and his dry humor. Cooper and his partner investigate we 4. Although knowing what I know now after reading the book - Park, while not an asshole, had something of his own going on that wasn't fair to Cooper.