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Sale blitz+Review-Wolf Kiss-Christine DePetrillo

Title: Wolf Kiss
Series: Warrior Wolves #1
Author: Christine DePetrillo
Genre: Paranormal Romance
Release Date: August 17, 2017


Warrior Reardon McAlator kills anyone’s enemies for the right price. Victory comes easy to him and his fierce army… until one day, they meet their match. Faced with the possibility of destroying their legendary winning streak, Reardon takes action. He makes his men more like him and angers the wrong Celtic goddess. Banished from her protection, he wakes up alone in a different place, in a different time, and in a world of pain. He must do something worthy to get home to Ireland, but maybe home isn’t where he thought it was.

Wildlife biologist Dr. Brandy Wendon cares for wolves—and her sister’s son, Dylan—at Silver Moon Wolf Sanctuary in the woods of Vermont. She loves everything about her work, including secretly researching clinical lycanthropy just for the fun of it. It’s what nerds do. Brandy stays busy, but in the lonely hours of the night, she can’t deny something is missing. If only she could find that soul mate people are always mentioning. As if one perfect match for her really exists.

When a pained howl echoes from the dark forest beyond the sanctuary fence, Brandy meets a wolf unlike any to cross her path. Why does she grow instantly connected to him? Why does he become so important to her?

She’ll only get answers if she accepts a wolf kiss.


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Our Review
Interesting concept. Wolf Kiss has a very interesting way of viewing the whole werewolf thing. The story itself is good, but the backstory is where it is at. I am dying to see what happens next.

I really liked the set up in this book. An ancient werewolf being punished for wrong doings? Sent to live life in another time to atone for his mistakes? That just sounds riveting. This author did an amazing job of creating a story that draws readers in.

Brandy is such a sweet and caring character. The fact that she runs a sanctuary for wolves is such an amazing thing. Add in all the other things she does and I am pretty sure she qualifies for saint hood. Reardon has made many mistakes in his past. He is been selfish and unkind. Will he be able to change his ways?

The heat in this book is there. I will admit at times things got weird, but overall it was good. These two characters have an interesting dynamic. 

The writing style of this book is good. The pace of the story was a bit fast for me, but it was interesting. The story is told from a dual point of view for the most part. I will admit that I wished there were labels for whose point of view I was in.

In conclusion, this was a good book. The author has me hooked. I am dying to know what happens in book two. I would recommend to others.

Plot: 5/5
Characters: 5/5
Heat: 4/5
Writing Style: 4/5
Overall: 4/5


Christine DePetrillo can often be found hugging trees, conversing with dragonflies, and walking barefoot through sun-warmed soil. She finds joy in listening to the wind, bathing in moonlight, and breathing in the fragrances of things that bloom. If she had her way, the sky would be the only roof over her head.

Her love of nature seeps into every story she tells. As does her obsession with bearded mountain men who build, often smell like sawdust, and know how to cherish the women they love. Today she writes tales meant to make you laugh, maybe make you sweat, and definitely make you believe in the power of love.

She lives in Rhode Island and occasionally Vermont with her pack—a husband, a cat, and a big, black German Shepherd who defends her fiercely from all evils.


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