FOR THE LOVE OF A WOLF by Charlie Richards

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FOR THE LOVE OF A WOLF by Charlie RichardsFor the Love of a Wolf by Charlie Richards
Series: Wolves of Stone Ridge #34
Published by eXtasy Books Genres: MM, Paranormal
Source: Publisher

Volunteer firefighter Stake Dolan knows how to fight fires with great skill.  What he doesn’t know how to do is keep his mouth shut.  Dolan spends so much time with his foot in his mouth he’s learned how to hop quite well.  The worst of it is that he doesn’t understand half the time what’s so offensive to others.

 

In hot water yet again the fire chief has Dolan spending a few days cleaning up the local hiking trailheads.  Sweeping the path he meets Cecil Rochette whose kitten Pepper is stuck in a tree.  Good thing there’s a firefighter to rescue her.  Or it could be that Cecil recognized Dolan as his mate and wanted to watch him climb the tree…

 

Trying to learn more about his mate Cecil quickly discovers he’s got his work cut out for him.  The firefighter knows nothing about shifters and he’s straight.  It also doesn’t help that everyone the wolf shifter asks about Dolan rolls their eyes and wishes him good luck.  Never mind, Cecil will figure it out – even if he has to buy a ball gag.

 

For the Love of a Wolf, anyone can change his ways.  Book 34 in the long running popular series brings together a straightforward wolf and a social misfit human.  This character driven romance allows an inept man to slowly evolve into a happier person when a patient shifter’s love is able to take charge.  Cecil has perseverance in spades.  Roll your eyes at Dolan and cheer For the Love of a Wolf.

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