Book: Little Wolf
Author: Amelie S. Duncan
Genre: Contemporary Romance
When twenty-three year old Tala Velsik appears in a last minute performance art piece, she has no idea that public nudity will be the least of her worries. Wearing nothing but silver paint and a pair of antlers, her body is bared to hundreds of eyes, but one penetrating stare simmers through the others, Adrian Caro.
Adrian is one of the world’s most famous directors and photographers, but with striking features and a body made for sin, most would guess he belonged in front of the camera.
Of course, the last thing Tala needs is romance, even with a walking Adonis. Mounting bills, a dead end job and a set of childhood memories most therapists would pale at; love is low on her list. Assuming, of course, her new admirer allows her to have a say in the matter.
Shocked yet thrilled by Adrian’s passionate domination, Tala can’t help but feel she’s standing on quicksand. For all his wealth, fame and talent, Adrian is tormented by his own demons; hiding secrets big enough to destroy them both.
(I received this book in return for an honest review.)
When I received this book I had completely forgotten what the synopsis was. I honestly thought maybe it was a paranormal book, you know something about wolves. I guess that would have been a little obvious, because this is not a sweet werewolf book. Instead this is a book about a dominate man, his quest to get what he wants - Tala, and her quest to find the strength to be what he needs.
Now I have to admit, I am not sure how I felt about the timeline of this plat. I mean one page Tala meets Adrian and the next he whisks her away to destination unknowns. If the author was trying to paint the picture of reality, I think she may have missed her mark. However, being a work of fiction I will cut her some slack. What do I know, maybe these things truly happen all the time and I am unaware of it. There was also one twist about three-quarters in that came out of no where. While it did help answer a few questions it was odd and maybe a little rushed.
Aside from the timing of the plot I really did like Adrian. He was dark, mysterious, and passionate with the right amount of Alpha. While Tala was weak in comparison to Adrian she also had her own strengths, such as her resilience and love for her family.
I am interested in reading another novel from this author. I am always up to spend sometime with a man like Adrain. :)
Amélie S. Duncan writes contemporary, erotic romances with a dark edge. Her inspiration comes from many sources including her life experiences and travels. She lives on the West Coast of the United States with her husband.
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