Holiday Howlz: Canine Call by BJ McCall
Publisher: Changeling Press
Genre: Action/Adventure, Contemporary, Holiday, Paranormal, Sci-Fi/Fantasy
Length: Short Story (26 pgs)
Other: M/F, multiple partners, voyeurism
Rating: 4 cherries
Reviewed by Tiger Lily
Attus Tratt commands Red Alpha Base, a paranormal military group. He has ultra-sensitive hearing and during each full moon his nights are tortured by the nocturnal, erotic screams of Jynx Islin. She's beautiful and sexy and her vocal climaxes are driving Attus crazy.
Jynx is a werewolf, an expert tracker, and she's in love with a human. She longs for Attus and when the moon is full she reaches out to her handsome commander the only way possible -- through his exceptional hearing. Each gasp, groan, growl and scream is just for him.
A rescue mission brings them together on a full moon Christmas and Attus must answer Jynx's canine call.
Who knew you could find love just by listening to the sounds of a pleasure bot in service? Intrigued? Then you need to read Holiday Howlz: Canine Call.
BJ McCall’s addition to this story collection is a fun, but emotional one. Her characters grab you from page one and don’t let go until the end. You feel like you’re a part of their world. I liked the idea that the characters aren’t simply there for a sexual purpose—they have a life beyond the lovemaking. That made this story special to me.
Attus is a different kind of hero—but don’t let that fool you. He’s not perfect, but when he finds the one woman who makes him tick, he’s all for finding her and making her his. The determination is hot. You’ll find yourself melting for him on contact.
Jynx, the wolf shifter, is a fun heroine. She knows what she wants out of life and darned if she won’t get it. Her service in the rescue solidified her standing in my opinion. She’s the type of independent woman we could all use as a role model.
And when they make love? You’ll have to check your fingers for burns, it’s so hot! The passion and desire float right off the page.
If you want a quick, but hot read for a cool evening, then you need to read Canine Call. I give this short story 4 cherries.