Wolves Town by Kelly Lucille

March 4, 2018 Book Review 0 ★★★★

Wolves Town by Kelly Lucille four-stars
Wolves Town by Kelly Lucille
Published by Self-published on February 24, 2018
Genres: Paranormal
Pages: 66
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First among his people, wolf alpha Cooper Hayes is visiting another wolf's territory when he finds something he cannot live without. Only she has no idea who or what she really is.
He has two choices, he can walk away and leave her to possibly be found and claimed by the rightful First of her territory, or, he can take her.
He makes his choice in a heartbeat of time, taking her off the street and back to his lands and clan, where everyone does as their First commands.
Well...except Georgiana.

This is a quick, steamy read of about 23,000 words.
A stand alone with no cliff hangers, bad language and sexual situations.
If you like them quick and sexy with a hot alpha male who doesn't find claiming his mate quite as easy as he expects, this is the book for you.

This book may be unsuitable for people under 17 years of age due to its use of sexual content, drug and alcohol use, and/or violence.


By SpiceI’ve been not so patiently waiting for Eli’s story in Kelly Lucille’s Keeping Her Series. Thankfully she threw us a bone and released Wolves Town, a little novella that she’s had in the works for awhile. While not in the Keeping Her world, it has a whole new group of wolf shifters for me to ooh and Awe over.

Especially awe-worthy was Cooper, the alpha wolf who found his mate and just flat grabbed her and carried her away. It seems a bit extreme on the front end, but he had his reasons and eventually gets around to explaining them. He was alpha to his bones, extremely dominant, and sex on a stick. Yes, please.

Georgie is clueless as to what she actually is so is understandably pissed off when she gets kidnapped and carried off to a town in the middle of nowhere and kept there. I thought she handled herself rather well considering. She kept her head and didn’t panic, and she took every opportunity to escape that came, never giving up when she failed.

My one frustration was that Cooper disappeared and was away for several days with no explanation. This meant Georgie wasn’t told about what she was and why she was abducted for days. I guess it wouldn’t have been much of a book if she’d figured out what was what early on and was good with things, but still, it didn’t sit quite right.

One thing Georgie and Cooper had in spades was combustible chemistry. That whole mate bond thing can make things super hot and Ms. Lucille knows how to write a sexy scene.

This was short, sizzling, and gave me the little shifter tidbit I need to keep me in my paranormal happy place while I wait for Eli’s story.

Rating: 4 Wolfy Stars

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