Wind Wolf by Charlotte Boyett-Compo

Wind Wolf by Charlotte Boyett Compo
Publisher: New Concepts Publishing
Genre: Paranormal
Length: Short (74 pages)
Other: M/F
Rating: 5 Cherries
Review by: Amaranth

On the planet Faolchú, the Slándáil Phoiblí–the National Security–is populated entirely by the Modartha, the elite band of werewolves commanded by Colonel Crevan Byrne, known well beyond his own segment of the megaverse for being the toughest and most lethal of his kind. When Crevan Byrne saw Bailey MacKenna he knew at once that she was destined to be his and he would let nothing, and no one, come between him and what he wanted.

There was but one fly in the ointment and that fly was scheduled to die within the week. Come the Summer Solstice, the Resistance leader Kona Doyle would meet his fate in the Central Plaza and with his death, the only man who had ever stolen a kiss from Bailey Byrne’s sweet lips after she’d been claimed by the Mordartha would be no more.

Colonel Crevan Byrne, or Van, is commander of the Modartha, an elite band of werewolves. He is the most powerful law enforcement officer in the galaxy and is known for his toughness and lethalness. Van married a human woman, Bailey MacKenna. Although Bailey is human and technically below Van in station, they fall in love and Bailey completes Van more than he could have ever imagined. It was just as amazing to see the scary Van become a puppy dog with Bailey as it was for the quiet and sweet Bailey to kill a woman because she threatened Van’s life. These two characters and their story intrigued me from page one and I read the whole book in nearly one sitting.

As a small warning to anyone who may read this book, there are a few small scenes of rape and torture. The scenes are not as graphic as they could be and I had no trouble with them at all.

Overall, I found Wind Wolf to be an enjoyable read and I am glad to have read it. Ms. Compo wrote of another planet and galaxy, with a unique government of werewolves. I enjoyed this book and look forward to reading more from Charlotte Boyett Compo.

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