There haven’t been enough good romance novels that feature a female werewolf protagonist, –the only one that currently comes to mind is Blood and Chocolate by Annette Curtis Klause, which, despite its greatness and film potential, was turned into one of the worst werewolf movies I ever seen in my life. Thank god they haven’t…Continue reading“SheWolf” by J.D. Simpson Flips the Werewolf Romance Genre on Its Ass!
When I first saw this review, I was thinking, “Okay, I’m prepared for romance, sad werewolves, and girls who have managed to be world-weary at 14.” But then I actually read it, and the more I read about references to great literature, great TV, intelligent, witty dialog and storytelling, I felt more and more that…Continue readingCheck Out ‘The Last Werewolf’ by Glen Duncan
If you’re one of those people that do occasionally stoop to literally ‘judge a book by its cover’, then we’ve got some for you to avoid. See, I just got a Kindle, and one of the great things about the Kindle is all the free ebooks, and classic novels you can put on there. However,…Continue readingReally Bad Werewolf Books
Why have I never heard of this guy? James Enge has been praised by author Lev Grossman, and Tim Pratt of Locus, and apparently, his werewolves are something to write home about. This is the third book in a series about magic, madness, and of course, epic battles between good, evil, and ambiguous. According to…Continue readingThe Wolf Age, by James Enge
With vampires being as popular as they are nowadays, werewolves aren’t getting too much entertainment love. There are loads of vampire books being released every week but not too many werewolf books; hopefully in the future that will change. As of right now most of the werewolf books coming out are romance novels, which is…Continue readingFrostbite: A Werewolf Tale