Title: Wolf in Gucci Loafers
Author: Tara Lain
Narrator: Max Lehnen
Publisher: Dreamspinner Press
Story Rating: 4.25 of 5 Stars
Narration Rating: 4.25 of 5 Stars
Overall Rating: 4.25 of 5 Stars
Sequel to The Pack or the Panther
Tales of the Harker Pack: Book Two
Socialite Lindsey Vanessen wants someone to love who will love him back—an impossibility for a gay, half-human, half-werewolf. Too aggressive for humans, too gay for wolves, and needing to protect the pack from human discovery, Lindsey tries to content himself with life as a successful businessman. But when someone starts kidnapping members of wealthy families, Lindsey meets tough cop Seth Zakowsy—the hunky embodiment of everything Lindsey wants but can’t have.
Seth has never been attracted to flamboyant men. What would the guys in the department think of Lindsey? But intrigue turns to lust when he discovers Lindsey’s biting, snarling passion more than matches his dominant side. It might mean a chance at love for a cop in black leather and a wolf in Gucci loafers.
My View – Story:
Wolf in Gucci Loafers in the second book in the Harker Wolves series by Tara Lain. Book 1, The Pack or the Panther, was reviewed by Caroline. Be sure to check out her review. She also reviewed the ebook version of Wolf in Gucci Loafers.
I am not going to go into details on this review since Caroline already reviewed the eBook version. I will say that I thoroughly enjoyed Lindsey and Seth’s story. I would have liked to have a little more wolfy action, but there was plenty of non-wolfy action. There is just something about Lain’s writing style that resonates with me. Lain’s descriptions are visceral and put you right in the middle of the action (and make the sex scenes hot!).
Going in, I was not entirely sure how I would feel about Lindsey, but I really liked him. He reminds me a bit of Cole from Marie Sexton’s Coda series, but a bit more bad-ass.
My View – Narration:
I have lost count at the number of Max Lehnen narrated titles I have listen to at this point. I know his voice isn’t my favorite to listen to, but he does a fabulous job with the narration every time. He uses minor inflections, accents, and pacing variations to elevate the story each time.
I will continue to pick up Lehnen narrated titles.
This review is based on a copy purchased by the reviewer independent of any review copies offered.
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