Bayou Country, 1834. Aubert Marston awakens on the eve of his twenty-seventh birthday to discover he’s undergone some disturbing physical changes. His body is bigger, stronger and hairier than it’s ever been, and burns with the lust of a beast. To make matters worse, a hundred guests are about to arrive for the plantation’s annual ball.
A mysterious young woman named Corrine appears in his home, tempting Aubert to unleash the inner lycan, and family secrets from a medieval past surface. Corrine lures Aubert to a bayou camp of Cajun Loup-Garous—werewolves. Aubert’s wealth and good looks are no advantage here. He must surrender to his feral nature and fight tooth and claw against another male pack member to claim Corrine as his own.
Inside Scoop: This story contains mild bondage, southern hospitality, consensual sexual torment, female/female, male/male, anal play, cage fighting and unfettered animal lust. Enjoy!
A Romantica® historical paranormal erotic romance from Ellora’s Cave
About the Author
Katalina Leon - I’m an artist, an author, mother and wife. I write for Ellora’s Cave, Loose Id Publishing and a couple new publishers to be announced soon. I try to bring a touch of the mystical and a big sense of adventure to everything I write because I believe there’s a bold, kick-ass heroine inside all of us who wants to take a wild ride with a strong worthy hero.
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Yet another well-thought out engaging tale (or should that be tail?) by Katalina. I really enjoyed the aspect of it being from the hero’s point of view rather than the heroine. It’s certainly not your typical werewolf romance either and gives a whole new take on the legend.
Aubert was a great hero too – you instantly fell in love with him and, looking at the front cover above, would instantly want to help him out with his (ahem) ‘problems’. I kind of couldn’t help imagining the actor that plays Alcide in the HBO Trueblood series, which was another bonus!
From a writer’s perspective the flow of the story was strong and faultless, much like Aubert himself. And I loved the little touch at the end – I wont spoil it, you have to read it for yourself. It’s also the perfect length for a romance to get lost in, but to come out when the cold, real-world calls you away.
The front cover was great and represented the story well, which was another tick in the box.
Overall I’d give Loup-Garou for you 4 out of 5 stars – an excellent romantic werewolf read