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Thursday, October 14, 2010

Review - Never Tease a Wolf by L.A. Day


Title : Never Tease a Wolf

Author : L.A. Day

Publisher : Ellora's Cave

Buy Never Tease a Wolf Here!


Reviewed by: Brynna


Rating: You Want to Read



Blurb:



A harem outfit and a flogger? Sounds like a party. That’s why Jenny chose them as the key ingredients in her plan of seduction. For two years she has worked for Damianos Alexander, but tonight at the costume party she’s determined to become more than his secretary. Tonight, she’ll take that sexy male animal home—to her bed.



Damianos always gets what he wants, and he wants Jenny. She’s half naked, her body undulating in the movements of an ancient dance. Tempting every man in the room, including him. Too bad she doesn’t realize she’s tempting a wolf. Once she unleashes his feral side, there is no turning back.



Publisher’s Note: This story was previously published elsewhere under the title Dancing for the Wolf.



Review: Jenny has kept her feelings for her employer Damianos a secret for two years, but the company no fraternization rule was a wall she couldn't tear down. Until now. Ready to turn in her resignation and pursue the object of her desire, Jenny intends to seduce the handsome tycoon. She never could have guessed she'd be tempting a wolf.


Damianos inner wolf is thrilled when Jenny begins her dance for him and claims her as his mate in his native language. Will his secret cost him his new love?


Never Tease a Wolf gives us all the steam you could ask for and moves with lightning speed. I did feel as though I never really got to know Damianos' character, since the book is mostly from Jenny's point of view. Still L.A. Day delivers a passionate if short story that will make you wish the book was just a little longer.

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