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The first book in the Wolf’s Mark series is an erotic and unique world of werewolves.

Alex is a shy veterinarian who is very awkward around women and her turns to dark magic to help boost his confidence and gets more than her bargains for. One botched spell later and now he’s a werewolf with his own dog talking show with an unquenchable thirst for sex.  Gwen is desperate for a change and when an inheritance from her grandfather complicates her life by landing her in a unique role babysitting werewolves.

The author has added a unique spin to the werewolf romances and created an interesting and intriguing world.  While it is a slower paced book, the plot flips between the present and Alex’s past smoothly adding depth to the story.  The characters are compelling with strong personalities that the readers can relate too and want to know more about. 

The romance between Alex and Gwen is combustible and instantaneous though forbidden, so Alex tries to stay away, but when he protects her from an attack he can no longer deny that Gwen is meant to be his. The author uses lots of sexual language and vividly described sex scenes that has heat radiating from the pages.

I found this book a little too slow in some places, but overall it was an entertaining read with some humorous moments, some intense moments and lots of sizzling passion.  I think that there is definite potential for this series in the future books and I will be looking for the next story to see if it gets even better.

3 STARS

http://www.amazon.com/Animal-Behavior-1-Wolfs-Mark-ebook/dp/B00G6MY...

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