Review: Werewolves In London by Karilyn Bentley

Werewolves In London by Karilyn Bentley
Release Date: June 6, 2012
Publisher:  The Wild Rose Press, Inc.
Pages: 77
Source:  ebook provided by the publisher

Werewolf Vonda Diaz has sworn off men, until she meets sexy rancher, Tom McGowan. Try as she might there is something about him she can’t ignore. Determined to keep their relationship professional she finds herself unable to keep her distance.

Since his wife died, Tom has no interest in dating, but one look at Vonda and passion ignites. There is something different about her that draws him in. What he can’t understand is why his dog finds her so fascinating.

When Tom’s daughter is kidnapped, the two join forces to save her, not realizing the quest will unlock hidden mysteries. Will their budding love survive the secrets they discover or will those secrets tear them apart?

 

Review: Werewolves in London starts off with Vonda appearing at Tom’s house offering her services as a trainer to his dog, Sam. The attraction between the two is immediate although both of them suffer from heartbreak and are hesitant to get close to anyone. The title, I admit, threw me a bit. It seems like most of this story takes place in the country so I’m not sure where the London part comes into play.

While there were some quirky moments in the story, such as when the conflict was in full swing and then presto everyone was friends, I did chuckle over some of Tom’s experiences with telepathy and I enjoyed getting to know Vonda. Actually, I found it interesting that we even got into Sam’s head a little bit. That was definitely a unique twist.

Overall, it was a light, quick and enjoyable read and I look forward to reading other books by the author in the future.