Not My Wolf was a really enjoyable read. I loved the characters. Corey and Devin do not really get along at first because Corey is in denial. He was never attracted to men before and so when his mate turns out to be a man he is in complete denial. Corey is trying to deal with the pack and his feelings for Devin. Devin on the other hand just wants to be with his mate and has a hard time dealing with his denial. He wants to be a member of the pack and the mate of the alpha. Corey is not nice at first because he doesn't know how to deal with Devin. Their interaction was better once Corey started to accept it but they were still butting heads. Both are really stubborn and refuse to give in. When they finally do they are great together and very protective. The plot ran smoothly and definitely kept my attention. I didn't want to stop once I started.
Word Count: 18,300
As Alpha of his Rocky Mountains fenrir wolf pack, Corey has a lot on his plate. He thinks things are only getting better when his erotic dreams indicate he’s about to meet his mate. His Beta and best friend invites him on a double date, and Corey agrees, hoping this woman will be his one. To his shock and disbelief, he’s attracted to her brother instead—the big, muscular, overbearing man with a southern drawl. Corey refuses to believe that this cowboy is the one meant to be his mate, but the way his body reacts to one touch is making it hard for him to deny. Devin is aggressive, combative, and he won’t listen to any of Corey’s commands. They butt heads constantly, that is when Corey’s not trying to resist Devin’s hard body. But when Devin gets into trouble with a rival pack, Corey will move heaven and earth to get him back and claim him for his own.