Always Be a Wolf

Always Be a Wolf

by Mima


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Always Be a Wolf by Mima

In the gripping sequel to We’re All Animals, Chase Jacobs moves to Toronto with his Colombian bosses, Diego and Jolene Silva, where they expand their elite sex party business. The underground’s best-kept secret is going legit, but just as Chase starts a brand new life, tragedy strikes.

The heartbreaking lessons ahead of him are the most difficult he’s ever had to face, and Chase must rely on his new family to help him through. But will his blind faith in Diego and Jolene prove to be a mistake, and has he underestimated just how far they are willing to go to prove their loyalty?

He learns there are times when passion and anger cause you to throw away the rule book even in the face of deadly consequences. He learns that words have a great deal of power but not as much power as silence. But most of all, Chase learns that in a world full of sheep, one should always be a wolf.

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ISBN-13: 9781532021794
Publisher: iUniverse, Incorporated
Publication date: 04/25/2017
Pages: 320
Product dimensions: 6.00(w) x 9.00(h) x 0.67(d)

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Anonymous More than 1 year ago
I just finished reading your wonderful book, Always Be a Wolf (sequel to We're All Animals). I was blown away by the strong narrative flow, excellent research, sharply drawn characters and compelling plotting. I loved everything about the book - the twists, the shock at the end, the crisp dialogue. Everything just seemed to fit together seamlessly. Always Be a Wolf is your best effort yet and I thought the last book was a game changer! I even loved how you weaved a lime tree into the plot. I think you really got under the skin of Diego, Chase, Jolene and their sinister "investor" friend Jorge. And the other characters also popped. I love the richness of detail and the sly political analysis about the futility of the war on drugs we've been waging for decades and who really benefits from all the misery and how you thoroughly demolished the idea of Canada as a "corruption free" country. I hope we see more of Chase and his Latin extended family in future books.