HAPPY FURRY NEW YEAR by Charlie Richards

I received this book for free from Publisher in exchange for an honest review. This does not affect my opinion of the book or the content of my review.

This book may be unsuitable for people under 17 years of age due to its use of sexual content, drug and alcohol use, and/or violence.
Source: Publisher
HAPPY FURRY NEW YEAR by Charlie RichardsHappy Furry New Year by Charlie Richards
Series: Wolves of Stone Ridge #27
Published by eXtasy Books Genres: MM, Paranormal
ReviewedbyLisa

Wolf shifter Rowan St. Paul is truly happy his friends are finding their mates.  Begrudging others isn’t part of the high school history teacher’s makeup, but that doesn’t mean he isn’t feeling a little jealous.  Hopefully he will find his fated mate soon.

 

Forced to repeat his senior year after he’s caught hacking into the school’s computer system Wesley O’Connor is further punished by being sent to his grandmother’s home in Stone Ridge.  His strict grandmother is slightly easier to stomach than his unpleasant parents and sister.

 

Rowan learns to be careful what he wishes for when Wes is introduced to his class and the shifter immediately knows Wes is his mate.  As for the eighteen year old, he doesn’t understand why he’s so attracted to his history teacher.  Rowan isn’t about to cross the line no matter what the sexy little trouble maker does to tempt him.  Too bad Wes won’t agree to wait until after graduation to bond.

 

It’s a fine line between the shifter bonds of mating and the rules of the human school system in Happy Furry New Year.  The Wolves of Stone Ridge series presents another character driven tale fraught with emotional drama.  Rowan and Wes manage to reach a compromise of sorts and face their issues head on.  Chalk up the next enjoyable story for this series with engaging characters and a fresh new plotline.  Happy Furry New Year sizzles and delights.

Sorry, comments are closed for this post.

Header Banner by Nit_Witty Copyright © 2014
Joyfully Reviewed
Site Design, Graphics & Maintenance
by Miranda Grissom