Queerwolf had me confused at the beginning and still confused in the middle. What was the reason behind everything became clearer as I read the end.
Blake was a bit of a flake, but I guess the story called for it. The humor of the story was pretty well done and made up for a little bit of the parts that were way out there. The passion and the heat between Blake and Ted went well with the storyline. I didn't particularly like the werewolf mind power portion. Still this is a different take on the werewolf myth and I will still recommend this one for a good read.
Blake wakes up on the ferry covered in blood and is not sure what had happened the night before. When he finally makes it home and encounters Ted, his hunky upstairs neighbor, things start to heat up fast. Blake though still has to try to find out what happened the night before and what is happening since then. When he finds the answers the chase leads him from Las Vegas to San Francisco to Savannah GA and back home to make a place for himself and the rest of the outcasts he's gathered. Can he and his misfits make a place for themselves or must they battle for good as well as life?
Queerwolf is outrageous comedy, steamy romance, and heart-pounding adventure... with a bite!
When you wake up on a ferry, naked, in a pool of blood, there's nowhere else to go but up. Up, that is, into the arms of your hunky upstairs neighbor. And so starts the comic misadventure of Blake and Ted as they go from San Francisco to Salt Lake City to Las Vegas and back again, collecting their motley pack, not to mention a whole slew of unexpected surprises, along the way. Will good win out? Can different really be better? And can the Queerwolf keep his new breed of pack together and alive? Read on to find out, but better leave the doors locked because this pack travels on its stomach... and you could be next on the menu!
244 pages, 73,000 + words