Published by Dreamspinner Press on June 20, 2016
Genres: M/M Romance, Paranormal Romance
Ox was twelve when his daddy taught him a very valuable lesson. He said that Ox wasn’t worth anything and people would never understand him. Then he left.
Ox was sixteen when he met the boy on the road. The little boy who talked and talked and talked. Ox found out later the little boy hadn’t spoken in almost two years before that day, and that the little boy belonged to a family who had moved into the house at the end of the lane.
Ox was seventeen when he found out the little boy’s secret and it painted the world around him in colors of red and orange and violet, of Alpha and Beta and Omega.
Ox was twenty-three when murder came to town and tore a hole in his head and heart. The boy chased after the monster with revenge in his bloodred eyes, leaving Ox behind to pick up the pieces.
It’s been three years since that fateful day—and the boy is back. Except now he’s a man, and Ox can no longer ignore the song that howls between them.
By TJ Klune
If I could convince you to try, Wolfsong would be the one.
My hubby hates coffee and salad. Now, to me, this is WEIRD. How can he survive without coffee? What could he find fault with in a nice fresh crisp salad? Every time I have an extraordinary coffee or salad, I say the same thing to him – If I could convert you, THIS will be the one… My poor darling hubby then shakes his head at me, girds his loins and takes a sip or a bite. Now, even weirder…he hates the smell of coffee. So the first problem is that he’s already scrunching his face up bringing the cup to his mouth. Then, he takes a sip and proceeds to shudder shake and groan. When it comes to the salad, he always says (without fail) – Rabbits food… and grimaces as he swallows. Not once has he said –Baby, that’s not too bad.
Of course, I’m off track AGAIN!! But, I honestly believe that this is a story that if I could convince you to try paranormal or M/M, Wolfsong would be the one.
What an adventure. I have experienced every single emotion in Wolfsong. This is the sort of story where you need to find a quiet little corner, shut out your world and escape to another. When I went to this world, I didn’t expect to have my eyes leak for the first 10%. I hardly thought that I would want to jump into the pages to protect a little boy from hurtful words. I never expected to feel jealous of these characters that freely touched, held and cuddled with each other. There was no shame in affection shown in a way that has become foreign to a lot of people, including me. Wouldn’t it be wonderful to, without hesitation, hug someone who needs a hug? Or reach out to someone when you need affection?
I was truly gobsmacked that for the FIRST TIME EVER, I felt that the sexy scenes weren’t needed to see the connection between the two main characters. I have NEVER felt that way. There was nothing wrong with these scenes. They still made my heart beat faster and my skin flush, but I skimmed over it dying to get to the rest of the story. Wow!! Will wonders never cease?
There is something awesome about Wolfsong that makes you feel the thread connecting you to the other members in the pack. You feel the tug of the line calling you to be in touching distance with your fellow pack members. You’re ready to stand by your Alpha when the baddies come to attack. I became Bennett Pack and my home was Green Creek.
It’s not often that I come across a story that grips me as well as Wolfsong did. The characters, the emotions and the storyline were so consuming that I felt moved. I was fortunate enough that a very good book friend of mine pressured me with side-eye glares to just do it. There was the temptation to take a chance, step into an unfamiliar world and experience the magic of Wolfsong.
I haven’t gone into as much detail in this review as I normally would. If you are willing to take a chance, you need to meet the Bennett’s, the townsfolk of Green Creek and the other characters for yourself. If you’re uncertain about reading a paranormal but you love adventure and excitement then this will be a good one to, (maybe) convert you. Uncertain how you would feel about reading an M/M, then this might be the one for you. The intimate scenes are not fleshed out until near the end of the book.
I loved Wolfsong.
I was extremely moved by the emotions.
There has never been a time I felt so connected to a story that I was part of the pack, a member, one of the team.
I’m convinced that 2016 is the year of The Book Buzz.
Look, if I could convince you to try, Wolfsong would be the one.