Friday, 16 April 2010

Review: First Howl & Second Howl - Vivian Arend


First Howl:
The Granite Lake pack’s First Night celebrations are loud, boisterous and full of fun. But Robyn and Keil, the pack Alphas, are looking for a bit of quiet for a private celebration…

Second Howl:
The Granite Lake pack’s First Night celebrations are loud, boisterous and full of fun. Missy and Tad, the pack Omegas, have other ideas about a good way to ring in the New Year…

Both of these short stories are set 10 months after the completion of Wolf Signs and Wolf Flight, and are best read after both books.  These books can both be downloaded FREE from Vivian Arend's website here

Granite Lake Wolves Series:
Wolf Signs (Novella)
Wolf Flight (Novella)
First Howl (Short Story free on Vivian's website)
Second Howl (Short Story free on Vivian's website)
Wolf Games (Novella)
Wolf Tracks (Novella)
Wolf Line (Novella)
Wolf Nip (Novella)

Takhini Wolves Series:
(This is a spin off from the Granite Lake Wolves series but can be read separately)
Black Gold
Silver Mine
Diamond Dust
Moon Shine

Takhini Shifters Series:
(This is a spin off off the Granite Lake and Takhini Wolves series but can be read separately)
Copper King (Novella)
Laird Wolf (Novella)

Visit Vivian Arend's website for more information

Review:
I really enjoyed getting to revisit both of these couples for their first New Years celebration together.  Like with the first 2 novels the events in both of these stories run simultaniously so there is some cross over between them but I don't think it would make much difference which order you read them in.  I would recommend reading Wolf Signs and Wolf Flight first though.

Both couples have now settled into their places in pack life but they are all happy to take the opportunity for some one to one time to celebrate the new year.  I don't want to say much more than that as it would be too easy to give spoilers but I just have to say I'd love to share a picnic with Tad one day!  If you're a fan of this series then I'm sure you'll enjoy both of these stories so make sure you check them out.

Source: Free Downloads from Vivian Arend's website

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