Ketogenic Wolf is part of the Wolves of New Haven series, number 7. And I now need to read the other 6. What a great story, and a fun book to read! This little novelette is the perfect pre-sleep bedtime read. It’s hot, it’s romantic, and it leaves you ready to dream about the men/wolves in this story.
Still not sure what Ketogenic has to do with it, other than the fact that many of this series have some sort of diet or reference to food in some way. I’ll continue thinking about it. It sure didn’t distract me while I was reading. I lay back with my bedside lamp on, and began reading. It took me approximately two minutes to be totally dragged into the book. I love, love, love the brothers; three completely different men/boys whose feeling of family is above all else.
And talk about romantic. Ketogenic Wolf has all the sexual tension, hot scenes, and heartrending passages one wants in their bedtime story. The partners that they mate with are wonderful and romantic.
The author, Angelique Voisen has really got a talent for turning words into images in your mind. Her language is colorful and expressive, and it flowed, which made it easy to read.
As long as it’s so short, I am going to not give a synopsis here, but you will have the blurb that you can see what the book is about, but do NOT miss this “quicky”.
If you love shifter stories, and strong bonds between the characters, and a feeling of security and strength of the alphas, I strongly recommend this book. It is a great read. Can you tell I liked it?
Sal Matthews has struggled with low-self esteem and health issues all his life. Being a werewolf doesn’t change anything. He’s tried every diet available, but Sal has never really been motivated until he sets his eyes on the dominant werewolf Kal Walker. Every inch of Kal screams dangerous, but Sal can’t keep away.
After their old pack disbanded, Kal Walker and his brothers have a hard time integrating into the New Haven pack. Killing’s the only thing Kal’s good at and peace is a concept he’s been struggling with. He’s been unsure of his purpose until he meets Sal during a monster hunt. The insecure and submissive wolf calls all of his protective animalistic instincts to the surface, especially when a threat puts Sal’s life in danger.