It took Zach all his willpower to come back from a devastating car accident. He buys a place in the middle of some relaxing woods hoping to get his life back on track. A walk leads to being chased by a giant wolf and meeting the wolfs brother Gibson. All their lives will be change but will it be for the better?
Gibson is taking care of his brother who’s mental damaged and stuck in wolf form. His love for his brother is both heartwarming and tender. I love the relationship these two have, as strained and complicated as it is. When Gibson saves Zach it’s like both men have seen the light. The possibilities are limitless if they can just get past the whole werewolf thing. I really like their romance but I wish there was more of it. The focus of most of the book seemed to be Gibson’s brother Ellis. My main issue is that there’s nothing different about this wolf world. It could be another story in a million different shifter books which is a shame because I really like the characters.
If you are a hardcore shifter fan you’ll probably love Once Upon a Wolf!
Angel returns to half moon bay for his dream of settling down into a normal life with his younger brother. West was his childhood friend and the man that learned to love through Angel. He’s returned, hardened to half moon bay to find Angel. But soon a killer has them in their sights…
Talk about intense! This book is an entertaining, fast paced read with a romantic kick. Between great characters and a suspenseful plot, I could not put this book down. As much as I love both Angel and West, their romance is a bit fast. All they’ve been through and their whole ‘I can’t keep my hands off you’ is too convenient and quick. As a romantic suspense, I do believe this book hit its mark and I thoroughly enjoyed reading it.
Hanging the Stars is a highly recommended read!