Vic Winters – Wolf Moon


Author: Vic Winter
Reviewed by: Kevin
Publisher: Torquere Press
Genre: M/M Parnormal
ISBN 13  9781610403870

Rating: ★★★☆☆ 

Summary:

Adam has been waiting for the first full moon after he turned twenty-one since he was fifteen and realized he had the shifter mutation. He’s been hanging out with Jeff and the Alpha’s pack, eager to be shift so he can finally be accepted and have a family and home.

When the night in question arrives, though, Adam’s in for a terrible surprise as he shifts into something most certainly not a wolf. Can ranger Chuck and eagle-shifter Tam convince him that he’s not only perfect just as he is, but doesn’t need wolf-shifters to find his home?

Review:

I always have mixed feeling about books like these for multiple reasons. One thing is that I always feel like I walked into the middle of the story, missed the beginning and am not sure what is going on. Second, because of the length of it, I feel like as soon as it gets going it is over.

I loved Adam and could have just shaken his parents for throwing him out of the house because of his mutation. However, at least some good did become of it because he found the love and acceptance we all need to live our lives in the best possible fashion.

I found this story to be a little different in several aspects from the usual shifter story, ranging from the type of shifter Adam turned into, to how the other two characters allowed him into their little family without prejudice. The storyline was well written and the background information acquit.

I think we all need to remember just because we are different does not mean we do not need love and understanding.

I will definitely look forward to reading more books from this author in the future.

 

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