Reviews by flutist63

42 Ratings
Avg - 4.40
Gypsy's Wolf (MM) by Stormy Glenn (Published by: Siren-BookStrand, Inc. )
Categories: Paranormal, Vampires/Werewolves, Alternative (M/M, Gay)

This reviewer's rating: 3 - Average

I just finished this book. It was different in that each author kept the story line going, but put their own spin on things. Some for the chapters were short and to the point, but some did seem to drag on. It was nice to see that each author picked up where the previous writer stop. I am actually going to see if I get some of these authors books that I thought kept the story pretty clear. I hope that Stormy tries that again or maybe another author will try it. I had only seen one other time a story that was done this way. A couple of the minor characters might make a good story to follow-up. I would like to see a story with Sam and Anena. It also might make a good story to see how Antonello and Valinn work out. Another good follow-up story may be if a story of King Theran finding some more of his grandchildren. Some things I found a little hard is that Gypsy and Quad's characters jumped around from being Alpha type to a little too mushy. It would have been better if the characters kept the same personalities for the whole story. One chapter had Quad being all alpha and a couple of chapters later he was doubting himself. The first chapter had Gypsy showing how strong he was, but all of the sudden he was afraid of his own shadow. it was a pity the the character of Antonello could not come back to the story line until later. It still nice that he came back. I would recommend this book to other people to see if they like the idea of multiple authors writing one story. I will keep and look out for more of this type. I would like to say to all the authors in this book, Keep up the good worl.

Reviewed by: flutist63 (Date: 05/03/2015)
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15 Ratings
Avg - 4.47

This was my first book by Jools Louise. I enjoyed it a lot. It gives a different look at shifters. I read a lot of shifter books. It was nice to read one where no one freaked out when they saw a shifter for the first time. It is also nice to see that no one makes a big deal out of two men making a life together. I am looking forward to read more about Joe's service buddies and how they interact with each other. There were quite a few lines that me laugh out loud. I am looking forward to see how Zane reels in his mate. I am also interested seeing the David and Chaz start a young love. John seems interesting, so I am hoping he has a story to tell. I know that usually a M/F is not told in M/M book, but I would like to see what happens with Cassidy. I hope that Joe and any of the other characters that have been estranged from their families make an attempt to fix what is broken. I am also looking forward to how the new humans get along in the world. I am looking forward the next book in the series. I am putting this author on my notice list for when the next one comes out. Keep up the good work.

Reviewed by: flutist63 (Date: 04/16/2015)
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