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Thursday, February 3, 2011

Mating Call by Gale Stanley

Mating Call by Gale Stanley
Publisher: Siren Publishing
Genre: Contemporary, Paranormal
Length: Full Length (209 pages)
Other: Ménage M/F/M, M/F, Bondage, masturbation.
Rating: 4.5 cherries
Reviewed by Myrtle

Human contact is the last thing Sable wants, and the she-wolf lives wild to avoid any chance encounters. But when a hunter sees the beautiful woman transform into his quarry, she becomes fair game. Jude and his twin, Jonas, capture the feral creature and plan to tame the wild beast, but her mating frenzy ignites their lust and blurs the line between captor and captive.

The she-wolf can’t deny her attraction to the brothers, and their passion creates a strong bond that none are willing to accept. Sable has no desire for a pair of human mates, but destiny steps in, and she finds herself mated to men who only think of her as an animal. Suddenly, she’s in more danger than she thought possible, and the need to escape increases. But the bond between her and her captors is sealed, and she discovers surrender isn't necessarily a bad thing.

Hold on to your hat because this book is hot and will leave a lasting impression on you. Mating Call is not a story to be read and easily forgotten. Talk about making snowflakes sizzle from heat.

Jude, who is hell bent on eradicating the wolf species, discovers that having a female shifter around may change the rules. When Jude and his brother Jonas capture Sable a wolf shifter, they told themselves it was in the name of research and money but things get out of control when Sable goes into heat.

Collared like a dog, Sable fights them as hard as she can, only she fears that she will end up like one of those victims who become emotionally attached to their kidnappers.” Jonas, a doctor, reminds her of Mr. Hyde one moment and Dr. Jekyll the next with his mood swings. There are times when he can be sweet and loving, and times when he is ugly and mean. Let me add that both brothers soon find they are very possessive of the little she wolf.

I have to share my favorite line in the book: “She actually asked me if he was seeing another woman” Jude let out a gruff laugh. “I told her yeah, a real dog.” Let me just say it was a good thing I was not drinking anything at the time.

Mating Call is an amazing book and I could go on and on about how much I loved it but really you will have to read this one for yourself. I know I will be telling all my friends to pick up a copy to add to their library.

1 comment:

Gale Stanley said...

Thank you so much for the great review! I'm so glad you liked the book. Gale