Dev's Wolf

Dev's Wolf

by Angelique Voisen

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BN ID: 2940151928335
Publisher: Evernight Publishing
Publication date: 05/19/2015
Sold by: Smashwords
Format: NOOK Book
Sales rank: 406,372
File size: 277 KB
Age Range: 18 Years

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Dev's Wolf 3 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 1 reviews.
ChristyDuke1 More than 1 year ago
I'm a big fan of this author's world in the 'Wolves of New Haven' series, and especially of the submissive, slightly chubby, unmated characters who all seem to believe that if they stick to this new diet, then they too will find their hunk of a mate. *grins* Why shouldn't Toby believe it? He's seen it happen. Heck, his close friend Sal just mated with one of the notorious Walker brothers. And Toby sure likes eyeing Dev Walker. Toby is stunned when Dev asks him out, but then he believes it to be a joke when Dev stands him up. Furiously Toby goes to Sal and Kal's apartment, only to have Kal let Toby and Sal know that the Walker brothers’ mother, Nancy, is in town. The same woman who abused and neglected them their whole lives. But Kal can't believe it's her, because he and Van found information proving she overdosed years ago. A little fact they didn't bother to tell their baby brother. The brother who took Nancy leaving the hardest. With Toby, Sal, Van, Kal, and Reed riding to help Dev, it doesn't take them long to vanquish their old enemy. And, since Dev got injured pretty badly, it's up to Toby and his wolf to accept the mating and bring their man and wolf back from the brink. It was exciting, I tell you. I had a lot of fun with this installment as I adored Toby and his attitude. Dev was a typical dominant, sexy wolf, who got hit over the head by the amazingness of his mate! A sweet, sexy, fun read. NOTE: This book was provided by Evernight Publishing for the purpose of a review on Rainbow Book Reviews