Strength of the Wolf
Major Tim Madison has his hands full. A young Alpha werewolf has stormed into his personal life, while Tim struggles to keep military werewolves from safe on the front lines. After a fiery exit from Afghanistan, Tim Madison is promoted to major. Jeremy Wagner is a civilian, just beginning his... show more
Major Tim Madison has his hands full. A young Alpha werewolf has stormed into his personal life, while Tim struggles to keep military werewolves from safe on the front lines. After a fiery exit from Afghanistan, Tim Madison is promoted to major. Jeremy Wagner is a civilian, just beginning his Transition to True Alpha. As a lone wolf, he has no one to teach him the vital principles of strong leadership. After a volatile chance encounter, Tim and Jeremy form an intimate bond. As Jeremy prepares to someday lead his own pack, Tim struggles with military werewolves being needlessly maimed in combat, as well as specifically targeted by hostile forces. Despite Tim and Jeremy's feelings, werewolf and human politics or family conflict could prevent their mate-bond.
Publish date: September 6th 2013
Publisher: MLR Press
Pages no: 365
Edition language: English
, Adult Fiction
, Paranormal Romance
, M M Romance
, M M Paranormal
Series: The Tameness of the Wolf (#2)
I didn't like this as much as the first one. Since Tim was a Marine and Jeremy wasn't, they didn't spend nearly as much page time together on page as Lucas and Noah did. It felt like I missed out on the getting to know each other and the falling in love part of the story. However, I did like the cha...
This book was...boring. Mainly the parts with Jeremy and Tim. I couldn't feel their relationship, nor their love. It was all about leaving hickeys and sexing like rabbits. Don't get me wrong, sexing is a good thing, but in this book it felt like the writer used it in place of good old conversation a...
After reading this, now I know how much I adored Lucas and Noah. Despite of everything.
I love mated wolves. I can't say it enough. But this is what I wanted. I've read a few recently that didn't have much wolf interaction. So this definitely gave me my fix. I was a bit confused that Tim wasn't Jeremy's dominant since Jeremy is a True Alpha but whatever. Still a great read.
What this book lacks in severe UST (and some might miss that) as seen in the first story, it completely makes up for it by having an overall easy relationship between the two MC's because they communicate!! What a concept! This means actual culmination, completion, full on sex within the first 20%...