Summer Harrison has lost her father and believes she is the last werewolf in the world. Going through his papers, however, she discovers an old letter from Finland suggesting there’s more to the story.Taking the initiative, Summer travels to Finland. She meets Rikhard Linna, and the two are drawn together like magnets. Even though Rik confesses to still having feelings forSummer Harrison has lost her father and believes she is the last werewolf in the world. Going through his papers, however, she discovers an old letter from Finland suggesting there’s more to the story.Taking the initiative, Summer travels to Finland. She meets Rikhard Linna, and the two are drawn together like magnets. Even though Rik confesses to still having feelings for his ex-boyfriend, Leevi Valo, their passion burns hot. But could one man alone satisfy a ravenous wolf like Summer?During her journey through rural Finland, Summer discovers that uncovering the truth about her wolf heritage is fraught with peril. Abducted by a group of violent separatists and imprisoned in an old fort in the wilderness, Summer learns that it might have been safer for her to stay in England as the last werewolf.Be Warned: menage sex (MMF), anal sex, m/m sex....
|Title||:||The Last Werewolf|
|Number of Pages||:||307 Pages|
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The Last Werewolf Reviews
What do you get when you place a teacher between a banker and a mechanic? When they are also werewolves bound to the moon, a story that's hotter than hot! Summer Harrison is a half-human half-wolf shifter whose mother died when she was young, leaving her father heartbroken and Summer without a mother's love and instruction. She adores her father; he became the most important person in her whole world. Even though he never talked about her shifting, she's learned to live with and accept her wolf half. His eventual death left her bereft and alone, without a pack or family to support her, and Summer now believes she is the last werewolf alive.While going through her father's personal papers she discovers a yellowed envelope addressed to her, containing a letter from her Grandmother in Finland. She realizes the woman is probably long since dead, but she still feels the need to travel to the village in an attempt to connect to her mother's homeland and search for any remaining family. Along the way she meets Rikhard Linna whose sexy eyes and warm laughter ignite an instant connection like she has never felt before. Rik, who is also a halfblood, feels the attraction as well, but is confused by his emotions. You see, Rik is bisexual and has already met his mate, a full blooded prime alpha by the name of Leevi. Unfortunately, he and Leevi were unable to reconcile their differences, as his pack's refusal to accept a halfblood as their leader's mate created tension their love could not overcome. Rik eventually left Leevi and has been emotionally adrift ever since, heartbroken over the loss of his mate. After sharing a night of passion, Rik discovers Summer is heading towards Leevi's home town. Afraid that she might be caught in the middle of a dangerous pack war, Rik chases after her and reluctantly contacts Leevi for assistance. Summer now knows she's not the only werewolf in town and finds herself in desperate need of rescuing, for trouble seems to follow wherever she goes. Shocked to discover that they are bonded as a threesome, a vicious fight for survival ensues, as Leevi's leadership is challenged and they must face the consequences of their choices. A fast-paced, entertainingly written, and well-edited story, THE LAST WEREWOLF by Susan Laine and Jennifer Denys is a wonderful addition to the Lifting the Veil series. An erotic paranormal adventure with action, drama and a steaming hot M/F/M ménage à trois, this dynamic story has a full cast of characters that are engaging from start to finish!OFFICIAL REVIEW written for The Romance Reviews.comhttp://glbt.theromancereviews.com/vie...
The Last Werewolf was a very different were story. Not just because of the non traditional relationship, although that is not very common. It was different because the writers really took into consideration the animal nature of a were. There were subtleties throughout this book that really made it seem more like it was about weres than it was about people who happened to have a magical ability to change once and while. I really enjoyed that about this book. I also enjoyed watching the characters struggle with who they were and who they wanted to be. Each character was very different from the other and they all had things they needed to work through or decide. Watching them do this as they dealt with the "evil" that you know has to be in any good were story was so spellbinding that I read this story in one night. I was so tired the next morning, but it was worth it. I do not want to get spoilerish, but I will say that the ending was not at all what I was expecting. I am hoping that we see another book revolving around this relationship because I would love to find out what happens next . This is a very adult book and it may not be for you if you are not comfortable with very hot scenes and scenes involving two men. If, however, you love hot shifter crack and are looking for something different to sink your teeth into, I highly recommend this book.
With the death of her father, Summer thinks she is the last werewolf in the world. A decades-old letter sets her on the path, which could be her destruction or her future.From the moment he meets her, Rik knows he needs Summer, but part of his heart still resides with his mate, Leevi, who also misses him. With the return of Rik, his wayward mate, together with the one Leevi never knew existed, there is much Leevi would sacrifice to keep both in his life.Leevi, Summer and Rik are dealing with the changes in their lives and the threat of a pack stuck in the dark ages. Leevi is left feeling he has nothing to offer his mates, but they have a different point of view.The Last Werewolf is an interesting story depicting the life of a werewolf. The interaction between the three intrigue me, although the relationship never quite feels settled enough for each partner to find his or her place. Still, the love among the three is beautifully portrayed. I will be looking for the next story in the Weres of Europe Series.Delane Reviewer for Coffee Time Romance & More
I really liked it, but it ended abruptly so I am hoping for a sequel. I found the reading a little choppy at times, a tad clumsy that's what stopped it from being a five star for me. It was a really good take on the whole wolf mated, pack living dynamic. It is indefinably not run of the mill.
Summer's journey to learn more about her heritage took her back to Finland. Summer didn't expect to be caught by some rogue werewolves. Rik and Leevi were great with Summer.