Mell Eight – Finding the Wolf

Author: Mell Eight
Reviewed by: Rya
Publisher: Less Than Three
Genre: M/M Paranormal
ISBN 13:   9781620040089

Rating: ★★★★★ 

Summary: When Prince Leon disappears and his people are unable to find him, they turn to the dragons for help. Nyle is the unlucky dragon tasked with finding the missing prince, a duty he dreads as it forces him into the confounding human world and away from his collection of pretties.

Locating a missing prince should be a simple matter, but if Nyle has learned anything about humans since being forced out among them it’s that they needlessly complicate everything. When he finally locates the errant prince, however, what Nyle finds is a treasure worth all the complications—worth protecting at all costs.


I enjoyed this story a lot, mainly because of the way the relationship between Nyle and Prince Leon was constructed. At first, I hated Leon, because he offered himself to Nyle, without enough caution. Of course, I didn’t know that he was a wolf. I found really endearing the naivety of  Nyle on his first sexual experience. I fell in love with both of them after that. The fact that Nyle made Leon one of his pretties and kept calling him by that nickname, made my love grow even more. I could see and feel their love for each other in every action, in every word. The intimate scenes were full of emotions and beautifully written.

Moving on to the other characters, I adored Nyle’s parents, especially his mother. She behaved like a child, but with the seriousness of a grown-up dragon. It was really amusing the discussion between Nyle and Gail (his mother) about how can she convince Toel (his father) to try the things that Leon does to Nyle. Also, his bathroom, actually his whole home is fabulous. It suits his personality. Leon’s brothers were among the good ones, fact that I didn’t expect. I liked the alpha, but I hated his inability to protect his pack. Although, I understand that he was no match for some mage, I still can’t wrap my mind around the fact that he was weak. On the other side, I disliked Leon’s father, even if he was a victim. He disgraced himself as a father, as a king and as a person. The mages were so full of themselves and selfish. They were perfect for the bad guys role.

I’m really happy the ending was the one that I suspected. I enjoyed it from head to tail.

Technical Stuff:

This is a well written story that has a good world building and great characters with lots of humor.


For those who want a sweet, lovable, full of humor story involving an inexperienced young dragon and a royal wolf prince.  MUST-READ FOR SOFTIES.

Overall, it was a good story that made me smile and day-dream for a day. I am really glad to have read it.

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