Title: Way of the Wolf
Author: Mark E. Cooper
Published: May 17, 2014 by Impulse Books UK
Purchased: April 14, 2015, free on Kindle.
Blurb: His old life shattered, his new life is consumed with revenge… and love.
Dr. David Lephmann lived a normal existence until he was attacked by a shifter. Thrust into a world of violence and mistrust, he must battle for a place among his new people.
Only strange new alliances can keep him alive. A powerful master vampire may help him take his revenge on the shifter who destroyed his life. There’s only one distraction from his mission: an intriguing shifter woman who opens up his world to werewolf romance.
With no way back to his old life, David has no choice but to bend to the rules of his new people. Can he survive the challenge?
Review: I was very disappointed in this book. The cover and the little teaser had me all ready for wolves and finding out how to cope when you’ve been bitten and blah, blah, blah. You know what I learned the most about in this book? Vampires.
You read that right, it was mostly about vampires, with little sections about the wolves. It really should have been named Way of the Vampire. It took fourteen chapters, fourteen(!), before the main character was brought back or even mentioned. From chapter 6 to chapter 20. That is way to long for the main character to not even get his name mentioned.
That’s another thing that made me want to put the book down, besides the main character ending up feeling like a background character. The book was way too long. I had to struggle to continue reading but, I thought it was going to get better. Nope, it was all about the vampires.
If you’re looking for a shifter wolf book, skip over this one because you will be sorely disappointed. I will not be going back to re-read or going on to the next book, I have a feeling it’ll just be the same thing.
Thank you for reading my review.