Review: The Vampire’s Wolf

April 11, 2015     Danielle Romero     3Stars

Review: The Vampire’s WolfThe Vampire's Wolf Published by Harlequin on July 1, 2014
Genres: Fiction, Paranormal, romance
Pages: 309
Format: eBook

As a werewolf and a marine, he's duty-bound to protect his enemy 

Brianna Vittori is running from vampires. After receiving a mysterious warning, Bri has no choice but to seek refuge with an enemy she never thought she'd run to: werewolves. They're the only ones who can save her…if they don't kill her first.

As a werewolf, marine captain Travis MacConnelly should be immune to the deadly attraction of female vampires. But Bri ignites his most primal desires. When Mac realizes that his beautiful prisoner doesn't even know what she is, it's up to him to provide her with answers as well as protection. As the bond between them grows, so does the danger they're in….

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my thoughts

A unique twist with some interesting Vampire Mythology that you don’t find in most Paranormal Reads. I really enjoyed Jenna’s fresh new take in The Vampire’s Wolf. It truly was a unique story though it unfortunately failed to captivate my attention as much as I would have liked. The story lacked tension between the two main characters and it seemed that we were being told, more than shown, that a relationship between the two wouldn’t work so neither would pursue it when it didn’t really seem like either tried to resist either. They lacked any of the expected conflicts in the story that would make the two fight to be with one another so I felt like we were essentially just going through the motions. All in all, an o-kay book. I’m interested to see where things go since a lot of ends were left untied and I think the author has created the foundation for a unique and interesting world but I’m hoping future installments have more solid characterization and storyline that can really suck me in as a reader.

3 coffee cups


about the author

Jenna writes fast-paced romantic adventures. Set in out-of-the-way places and populated with larger-than-life characters, Jenna’s stories pit independent heroes and heroines against the forces of nature.

Happily married to her college sweetheart, Jenna shares a love for the outdoors with her husband. The couple enjoys all types of treasure hunting and this pursuit has taken them to many remote locations. They have dredged for gold in rivers in North Carolina, Colorado and California, dug for diamonds in Arkansas, searched for sapphires in Montana, by bush plane to the Brooks Mountain Range north of the Arctic Circle searching for gold nuggets and most recently screened for shark’s teeth in a Southern river.