Thursday, September 3, 2015
Review of Howl my name by Celia Kyle
I received this book as an ARC for an honest review.
In this book we meet Reid Bennett a wolf who has a reputation for violence, and we meet Evelyn Archer a bear who believes that there is should be more than fear and violence for her people. Evelyn risks everything including her own life to make a call to the Southeast Itan to let him know what is happening in their den. Little did she know that they would send Reid Bennett a wolf know for violence. However every-time she is is around Reid violence is not the main feeling she gets from him. Loyalty, protection and desire are the main emotions that she gets when he looks at her but will this be the same for the rest of the den her bear believes it will.
Reid believes in justice and that offenders must be punished even if it is in a very brutal way. However the first time he sees Evelyn he knows that there is so much more to her. He is also greatly angered by what has happened to her. The other thing he realizes is that the more time he spends with this woman the more he believes she just might be his mate. Can she accept him though? He doesn't just mean the nice parts he reserves just for her but all of him the good and the bad?
This is an amazing book about love, acceptance, and finding peace when you never thought it would be possible. This is a great love story that not only touches the main characters in this book but the entire community. I would highly recommend it to anyone and everyone.