When a Wolf Howls by Fiona McGier

When a Wolf Howls by Fiona McGier
Publisher: eXtasy Books
Genre: Paranormal, Contemporary
Length: Full length (327 pages)
Other: M/F
Rating: 3.5 stars
Reviewed by Moonflower

Saoirse McColl, a research biologist, keeps getting fired from labs for refusing to produce results the clients want. Her best friend suggests she look for a new line of work. She applies to an ad for a high school biology teaching job at an academy in northwestern Maine that promised living quarters plus salary.

Diego Vargas, a werewolf, is the principal of the academy, despite having no background in education. He has proven to the pack leader that he is dependable and detail-oriented, but he hates hiring new teachers, not knowing what to ask them.
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Once Saoirse is in his office, Diego can’t concentrate because his wolf loves her smell. When it turns out that she is the best-qualified candidate, Diego and his wolf rejoice, because both are convinced she’s their mate. But she’s not a shifter, so they need to bide their time, waiting for the right moment to inform her that she’s living in a compound of mostly wolf shifters.

Can these two find happiness together, once the scientist discovers that myth is reality?

Saoirse McColl is a research biologist who has been fired again. She sees herself as having bad luck but the amount of things that fall into her lap tell a different story.

This is an intriguing story about Pack life and what happens when you get a Leadership changeover. Saoirse gets her job as a teacher and has a great rapport with the kids. Things change for her dramatically though when she realises the man she has fallen for is a werewolf. There is something for everyone here – mystery, kidnap, fights to the death, and LOTS of sex.

The writing style is different from others, and I didn’t particularly like the long internal monologues and reviews of what “whoever” had done and when. However, they are part of the story and it needed them to be able to move forward. I just found them to ramble on and they became a detraction from the interaction between the characters themselves.

All in all, though, this was a very good story that shows that life isn’t all that it’s cracked up to be, even if you think you have it all. There are some great characters in here that I would love to learn more about. So, yep, recommended by me.


  1. Thanks, Moonflower! Glad that you enjoyed the read. Yes, my editor didn’t like the internal monologues either, but as you said, they moved the story along. FYI, the sequel is already contracted, and assigned to an editor. They are calling it a saga, because there are 2 new romances for some of the “side” characters you liked, and the continuation of the 2 from this book, all in one novel,

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