Review: Fire Wolf by Anh Leod

Fire Wolf by Anh Leod
Release Date: June 3rd, 2011
Publisher: Ellora’s Cave
Page Count: 80
Source: eBook provided by publisher for review

Divorcee Olivia has had her eye on much younger firefighter Smokie Monahan. She propositions him, never realizing he’s had it bad for her since he first saw her luscious bod in a bikini a decade before. She plans a brief, hot, sexy encounter at the firehouse—in, out, done. But that quickly turns into a series of lusty hook-ups that neither can resist.

Smokie is a wolf shapeshifter, so he knows the scorching sex with a human isn’t going to lead to anything more. Besides, Olivia insists it’s just a fling—no more relationships for her. Then a mystical seer declares they are true mates.

Smokie thinks he’s too young to settle down and Olivia thinks hot sex does not equal love. These two are about to discover just how pleasurable being stuck with each other for life can be.


Reader Advisory: Smokie likes it a little bit rough, a little bit kinky.

Review:  Get ready for some smoking (pun intended) hot scenes as you read this novella.  And they start right off the bat and things never cool down.  Keep a fan and ice handy as you read this one.

Fire Wolf has a couple things really going for it.  I enjoyed the older woman/younger man theme.  Olivia was older and more experienced, but not so much that it was awkward to read.  Both Olivia and Smokie are strong characters and are developed quite well over the course of the novella.  The werewolf spin adds a little more spice to the tale as Smokie has to deal with his nature and how it will affect his budding relationship with Olivia.  And it also adds in another bit of conflict to help round out the plot.

I enjoyed this book and look forward to future books following Smokie’s pack members.

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