Let Sleeping Wolves Lie

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Rated 3.00/5 based on 1 reviews
When something tall, dark and yummy crosses Dex's threshold, his inner Omega wolf goes on full alert.

Maddock has no intention of getting involved with any man, especially a little hottie who's a little nuts. The guy actually thinks he's a werewolf and that Maddock is one as well.

Resisting temptation is harder than he imagined. The full moon is on the rise and instinct can't be denied forever. More

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Review by: Bookologist on April 12, 2012 :
My review from Goodreads listed below.

Let Sleeping Wolves Lie by Tielle St. Clare

What a good beginning to a new series that I’m so going to enjoy reading. This was a nice short story. It only had 9 chapters but it didn’t leave me feeling overwhelmed with the introduction of this new cast of characters. The story also felt complete. Sure I wanted to read more but there were no big gapping holes like some short stories produce in order to fit a beginning, middle and end in 100 pages or less.

Dex and Maddock…what a pair. Maddock’s constant denial of what he wanted from Dex made me want to hit him upside the head…HELLO McFly! Then he redeemed himself to me by calling Dex ‘baby’ so sweetly (sigh). So satisfying to read when this happens. Darling and Dear just don’t do it for me in contemporary romance.

I said no big gapping holes but there were a couple of things that left me pondering…
-The Red Dragon tattoo’s were not explained though the question was asked and an explanation was to be forthcoming. I guess not in this book though.
-Rhian a pregnant witch living with wolfs hmm…
-Reese a blind wolf…I can’t figure out how he can run in wolf form since he needs help getting from the house to the forest…
-Micah, mister I don’t want to lead the pack…I love the name by the way but at first I got it confused with Mikhel from the Wolf’s Heritage series.

To repeat I’m looking forward to reading this new series.
(reviewed long after purchase)

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