Saturday, April 7, 2012

Review: Howl by Annalise Grey

When this book was offered for review by Ms. Grey, I jumped at the chance to read it. I'd heard some good things about it. I wasn't disappointed.  I love the cover too!


Nineteen year old Sophie Matthews is a line-walker between two worlds - human and werewolf. She lives around humans but is never truly part of their world. That is, until she is spotted by a hiker. 

What should have been a passing glance becomes so much more as Sophie falls for the one thing she is forbidden from ever having: a human mate. 

Adding to her stress is newcomer Daniel, the arrogant wolf on Sophie's tail. 

Then several humans are killed by a mysterious and dangerous beast within the pack's hunting grounds. The humans begin whispering of wolf-men roaming the forest and the threat of discovery looms heavy around the pack. 

Everything is falling apart and Sophie realizes just how little control she has over her future. Will she risk everything - her heart, her family, and her safety - for a chance to control her own fate?

It's the story of a young shifter, Sophie, finding her way in life.  I loved how Ms. Grey created her world around this family so that they fit into the modern world.  Still, the dangers are real should they be discovered.  From the very beginning you're caught in Sophie's POV and you remain there through the story.  You feel her excitement with the hunt, her worries for her family and her desires for a human.

It's a great story and I highly recommend it!

Buy Link:

No comments: