Wolfman 4: Salvation by Brannan Black
Publisher: Changeling Press
Genre: Paranormal, Sci-Fi/Fantasy
Length: Short Story (91 pgs)
Other: M/M, Anal Play
Rating: 5 cherries
Reviewed by Mistletoe
The world fell apart after the virus killed billions, turning most male survivors into violent monsters out to destroy the world and everything in it. Shit, I've got the nightmares to prove it.
Then I met Mace and he changed everything I thought I knew. He's not a monster, but a wolfman, a hybrid created by the werewolf virus. Mace's pack have come a long way toward blending what's left of their humanity with their wolf instincts. Personally, I'm not too thrilled with this whole dominance/submission thing but that doesn't make them monsters.
Unfortunately, not all of them are like Mace. We call the others rabids. Wild and crazy dangerous, most run when they get their asses kicked. We tripped over the one group that won't run -- and now the real monsters are pissed.
This series just keeps getting better with each book. In this most recent installment in Mace and Daniel’s life we get to see more of what makes them tick. Another threat has come about and Mace must not only keep his pack safe but others as well. Can Daniel and Mace’s relationship survive through all the chaos and the new stress that threatens their love?
I was nicely surprised with the depth of Daniel’s emotions and traumas in this book. Even before the virus hit the world Daniel had a hard life. Dealing with the chaos and all the threats has not helped Daniel and when things come to a head I enjoyed seeing the faith and trust that he has in Mace.
I love Mace and he shows me just why once again in this book. He is a true alpha who cares for all those in his pack and many outside it who need his help. His love for Daniel is so strong it is almost a palpable thing. Mace is ready to do whatever it takes to give Daniel what he needs and just loved what he does in the end for Daniel. Proving how much he loves and needs Daniel. With all the threats coming at Mace and the pack it is surprising he has time for Daniel but time he has even if he has to make it. Showing that there is so much more to their relationship than just lust.
It was nice to see more of the inner workings of the pack as well. We not only get to see the development of Mace and Daniel’s relationship but also many more secondary characters and their emotions. I enjoyed seeing how each of them inter act with each other and how. Adding in others from different packs was also a nice read. This author has done a wonderful job of bringing this world to life and keeping me wanting more. I hope that we get to see more from these characters in the future.