So Many Wolves by Leona Gray

So Many Wolves by Leona Grey
Publisher: Changeling Press
Genre: Contemporary, Holiday, Paranormal
Length: Short
Other: M/F, Multiple Partners, Menage
Rating: 4 Cherries
Review by Agapanthus

Julia has been looking forward to her friend’s weeklong Mardi Gras party for months. Not only does she love Mardi Gras, she also knows David, who rejected her, will be there, and she intends to show him just how sexy a curvy woman can be. Then she meets the mysterious and ruggedly handsome Galen, who pushes all thoughts of David out of her head. But the party takes on a whole new meaning when she finds out he’s a werewolf, along with most of the male guests. And they all came to see her. So what’s a girl to do with so many wolves?

Costume parties to celebrate Mardi Gras. Sounds awesome to me. But add in some smokin’ hot werewolves, your garden variety psychic and a scheming friend and things get much more complicated than you expected.

So Many Wolves is a truly enjoyable read. Taking the possibilities of a wolf pack’s rules with human society and turning it into a fun, and steamy, romp through one of the worlds most enjoyable masked festivals.

This story shows a side of werewolves that is more gentle than many others. Certainly there is a ruthless when needs be but there is also a gentle and caring touch that most do not think of when they ponder wolves.

I greatly enjoyed reading this story and found myself chuckling, cheering and purring as I read through the adventure packed into these few pages.

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