Romance By Catherine: Toot! Toot!!!

Wednesday, February 9, 2011

Toot! Toot!!!

I love it when a reviewer gives me words I can use over and over.

Talking Two Lips Reviews gives Embracing the Wolf 4 1/2 lips.

Embracing the Wolf by Catherine Bybee is the fast-paced, tension-packed, and sometimes amusing sequel to Max and Janet's story in Before the Moon Rises. Much like its predecessor, I had a hard time putting Embracing the Wolf down. It picks up approximately eight months after the first book ends, continuing Max and Janet's story as a sub-plot culminating in the birth of their baby. Although this book can be read as a standalone, I'd still recommend you read Before the Moon Rises for full appreciation of Max and Janet's continuing storyline. It's nicely ties up all of Max and Janet's loose ends. Plus, I loved seeing the very put-together Max come apart at the seams at the birth of his and Janet's baby.

If like me, you're tired of the same old immediate attraction thing between a werewolf and his mate, don't let that issue deter you from reading this book. Ms. Bybee is absolutely one of the best authors out there at character development. From page one, she makes you feel her characters' emotional ups and down at gut level, as if you're living the story as you read it. In this one, she dumps you right into the action on the opening page, quickly establishing an engrossing plotline. And she presents a chemistry factor between Kate and Richard that encompasses enough doubts by them both to make for an absolutely believable instantaneous relationship. The love scenes between them are very sensual, yet sweet enough for the most timid of readers.

Nice, huh? Pick up your copy today! Both titles will be available at the Expo signing at the Romantic Times Convention. Or buy it now and stop by so I can sign a card and chat with my readers. Can't wait to meet some of you who live in my computer.

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Emma Lai said...

Great review, Catherine!

Melisse Aires said...

Wonderful, this is going on my TBR list!