Rating: 4 stars out of 5
There’s nothing like a fresh start, and for Randy, still nursing wounds left by a cheating ex and harboring a deep mistrust for all things corporate, Wolf, Wyoming seems like the perfect place to start over. Secluded, quiet, and self-sufficient, Wolf is bound to not only inspire, but to bring Randy the peace he needs. The view’s not bad, either.
Vaughn O’Connell and his family are Randy’s only neighbors for miles, and while Randy knows it’s somewhat unlikely that a man with three kids is gay, it doesn’t hurt to look. When a misunderstanding brings Randy face to face with both Vaughn and his eighteen-year-old son, Lyle, Randy’s not sure what to feel about either of them.
But things are not what they appear in Wolf, and the closer Randy gets, the stranger the O’Connell family seems.
I really enjoyed this story, it’s one that has been on my tbr for a long time and I took the plunge to read it since it was being re-release and I am really glad I did.
Randy is trying to deal with his ex’s betrayal but also move on and figure out what he really wants to do. Though I am not sure he ever really figured out what he wants to do he did find love along the way. Vaughn is a secretive person and trying to protect his family but he can’t help his attraction to Randy and gives in even when he thinks he shouldn’t.
It was entertaining watching Randy trying to figure out the O’Connells but also constantly putting his foot in his mouth. I liked getting glimpses of Vaughn’s thoughts in wolf form even if we didn’t get to see them often. I could see him trying to push Randy away bit it never worked for very long. I look forward to reading Lyle’s adventures next.
I really like the cover art and it shows the perfect setting for the story.
ebook, 211 pages
Published: 2nd edition, September 4, 2019 by JMS Books
Edition Language: English