A Werewolf at the Falls

Spending the weekend gambling? Check. Working up a good buzz? Check. Finding your mate, claiming her, and not telling her what you are partly because of your inebriated state? Check, check, and check. Kian's in big trouble.

Working another night shift at the casino turned out to be anything but business as usual for Jorja. A twist of fate brings to her a man that will completely alter the course of her life and change the way she thinks of the world. It may seem impossible, but Jorja's only option is to adapt and learn to accept the things that could bring her the ultimate happiness.

A fast paced and erotically thrilling read. The story kicks off right away with one of heck of a hello kiss. I really liked Kian's possessive and caring nature and the way Jorja stutters when she's around him. After an amazing night together, where they both seemed a little buzzed off of sexual energy, Kian and Jorja struggle with internal doubts while not being able to keep their hands and other parts to themselves. They experience their first separation anxiety and the sizzling fallout after. If only, there were more detail on how they are adjusting to life after their story. Enjoyable nonetheless and I will definitely be picking up another book in the Oh, Canada! series.


Book Blurb for A Werewolf at the Falls

As a cocktail waitress at Fallsview Casino Resort, Jorja has been witness to some brow-raising moments. But she’s never been part of one until a hot-as hell patron in her section pulls her into his lap and kisses her senseless. Talk about a generous tipper. Lady luck has smiled on her indeed. What was supposed to be a weekend of harmless gambling takes a dramatic turn when Kian’s wolf scents his would-be mate. Consuming her lips as if his life depends on it in the middle of a crowded casino is bad enough—but giving in to his mating urge and claiming her before she knows his true nature is nothing short of a disaster. And when a fellow pack member shows up and lets the wolf out of the bag, Kian is forced to admit not only who and what he is, but what he did. He may need more than luck to pull this one off.


Night Owl Reviews Jul, 2011 3.75