Howl by Mariposa Cruz

Howl by Mariposa Cruz
Publisher: Self-Published
Genre: Sci-Fi/Fantasy, Romance, Paranormal, Contemporary
Rating: 3 Stars
Reviewed by Astilbe

Evil often strikes in unlikely places, outside an office in broad daylight or at secluded cabin at dusk. This unflinching pair of shifter tales reveals the beasts in our midst. After surviving a brutal attack, a single mother’s days become a battle to maintain control while her nights are a disturbing blur of dreams. A workaholic is plunged into turmoil when her weekend romantic rendezvous becomes a desperate struggle to survive. Will love save them or be their undoing?

It’s never too late to fall in love again.
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Kate and Jack’s character development was so well done that at first I thought I’d accidentally stumbled into a sequel to an earlier work! While I couldn’t find any evidence of that actually being the case online, there were so many scenes that vividly referenced the past in ways that piqued my interest. For example, characters made offhand remarks about very difficult life experiences and then moved onto the next topic while this reader was still digesting their reveals. Writing it that way genuinely made these characters feel like people who had suffered in the past but were now well into the healing process.

I would have liked to see more time spent on the world building. While I got to know Kate and Jack well, I didn’t have that same experience with the other characters or werewolf culture in general in this universe. It would have been helpful to see those portions of the storyline get more attention. There was so much more than could have been done with them.

This tale was divided into two distinct sections that didn’t seem to have much in common at first glance. That wasn’t at all what I was expecting, but it sure did grab my attention. I really enjoyed figuring out how they were connected to each other and making guesses about which characters from the first section might show up again in the second one.

If you love werewolf romances, Howl might be right up your alley.

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