Title: Sex, Wolves and Rock ‘n Roll
Author: Mina Carter
Publisher: Decadent Publishing
Characters: K, Sav
Sub-Genre: Paranormal/Werewolves, Contemporary, Erotic Romance
Karlan Rixx is the epitome of the playboy rocker. Sexy and gorgeous, with the feral edge of a werewolf. And Trent Savage has been in love with him for years. The trouble is, K has a new woman in his bed every night, so he’s straight as they come. Unable to bear it anymore, Sav makes plans to leave the band, even though it will break his heart in the process. But anything’s better than seeing the man he loves—his mate—and not being able to touch. Ever.
K loves being a Lyric Hound. The only time he truly feels alive is on stage, a guitar in his hand and the beat of Sav’s drums flowing through his veins. He may be a womanizer, but it’s the other wolf who makes his heart pound and his body ache. But before K can admit his feelings, Sav leaves the band, ripping his world apart.
Enter Madame Eve. Can she find K’s lost mate?
This was a surprisingly good little tale about werewolf rockers. For one, there was a character twist I didn’t expect. Secondly, these two men–K and Sav–are fascinating men, with depth and character. Their scenes together were explosive.
Sav knows he and K are mates. But K ignores him, favoring a new woman in his bed every night. Unable to endure it any longer, Sav up and leaves. Unbeknownst to him, however, K has a pretty good reason for not realizing Sav is his mate. Enter a dating agency, and plenty of fireworks are yet to come.
The writing is pretty damn fine, with lots of heat and sexual tension, not to mention emotional turmoil. The pace is swift, the plot exciting, and I felt like I really got to know the men. There’s a great sensuality to the writing, a visceral and sensory feel of the environment. I was totally immersed. Oh, how I wish this had been a longer novel!
A hot novella about two men finding each other after many years of friendship and camraderie. The wolfiness adds a bonus layer to the story. Recommended.
Reviewed By: Susan