Thursday, 12 July 2012

White Wolf by Jianne Carlo

“I’m counting to ten and then I’ll start shooting,” Sheriff Gray White balanced a rifle on one shoulder and held a spotlight at eye level effectively blinding the perp.

“My name’s Sorcha McFadden, officer, and as you can see I’ve been skinny dipping,” his very naked, very sexy perp announced.

Stunned, White Wolf Gray can’t reconcile the nude, auburn-haired nymph, Sorcha, with his little sister’s childhood best friend. Especially when fate and his own body decree her his mate.

At thirteen, Sorcha watched Gray screwing Tonya Hazzard, the captain of the cheerleading team, from her perch in the hayloft. The image of his pumping hips invaded Sorcha's every fantasy, propelled her every climax from that day forward.

They're destined for each other, except... Sorcha doesn't believe in the supernatural, but her life—as well as the answers to the mystery surrounding her parents' murder-suicide fifteen years—earlier depend on it. Gray's the only thing standing between her and certain death, but her grandmother's last message was "Trust no one." Does that include Gray?

Publisher’s Note: This book contains explicit sexual content, graphic language, and situations some readers may find objectionable.

If you find certain themes in books objectionable, this book might not be the one you ought to read! If a publisher puts up a warning, which makes you wonder what objectionable content there is, then it probably covers issues you dislike. The same goes for reviews. When reviewing a book with objectionable content, I feel it’s only fair to point it out—but, is this ever written in a way where the content wasn’t, for me, unsavoury.

White Wolf deals with some hard, cold facts of life, and the author deals with it in a sensitive manner. Although most of us read for escapism, to get away from reality, sometimes a good dose of it only helps us want to put right the wrongs in the world. This is what happened to me, and I’m grateful that this book changed my perspective in so many ways. As well as those hard facts, White Wolf has a very alluring, wonderful relationship within the pages that tugs at the heart in all the right places and keeps you reading on. I loved White Wolf! Jianne Carlo's writing and style are a pleasure to read.

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