Here it is, the most recent installment in the Furry United Coalition series: Doe and the Wolf. If you’ve read the series, you know that the evildoing mastermind is gone, leaving the experimented to fend for themselves. Yet there is a new nemesis, whose intentions are yet to be determined. But there are now several shifters with different powers and capabilities running amok, and it is the Coalition’s duty to track them down.
Enter Everett, a bit of a ne’er do well, preferring to be the Lone Wolf: taking a page from the bounty hunter television shows, Everett is hired by the Coalition to round up those escapees from the lab of Mastermind. His first bounty is Dawn, a doe shifter that is running from the coalition.
Of course there are silly rhymes, a full complement of nursery sing-songs riddle the text with little pigs, red riding hoods and Doe, a deer bring giggles throughout the story. The humor doesn’t stop there, however, as Everett and Dawn spend more time together they find their attraction is increasingly harder to ignore.
Dawn, for her part, understands the feral nature of her doe and realizes that if Everett sees it, he will have no chance but to drag her to the coalition. She also can’t understand the attraction to something that could, and most probably has, eaten her kind before. With appearances from Miranda and Chase, it’s fun to see characters that were featured earlier in the story make a return.
If this is the first you’ve heard of this series – you can start with this story and not feel lost: but the taste of sexy wolf shifter, the big bad wolf will keep you intrigued for more.
Title: Doe and the Wolf
Author: Eve Langlais
Published by: Self-Published
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What happens when a predator falls for his prey?
Bounty hunting is the perfect job for a maverick wolf; flexible hours, decent pay, the thrill of the chase. But Everett never counted on a doe stopping him in his furry tracks.
Dawn was a prisoner of Mastermind and ended up experimented on, against her wishes. On the run from Furry United Coalition agents, she ends up in the arms—and bed—of a lupine bounty hunter. Instinct tells her to run when she gets a chance because everyone knows not to trust the big, bad wolf, but her heart begs her to stay.
When the result of genetics gone wrong rears its mutated head and threatens both of their lives, will they manage to survive and discover if a wolf deserves a happily ever after?
A copy of this title was provided via Author for purpose of honest review. I was not compensated for this review: all conclusions are my own responsibility.