This, the fourth instalment of the Grey Wolf series is an action packed, humour filled delight. The author has improved out of sight with these novels and settled into a rhythm fit for the storyline which continues to amaze. Out of the Dark is a fabulous addition to Grey Wolf series. The war has begun and after finally bonding with his mate and overcoming witches curses Decebel yet again finds that his mate has gotten herself into serious danger. Jen and Jacque are at the forefront of a war between werewolf packs one of which has employed the help of … Continue reading Book Review: Out of the Dark, by Quinn Loftis. (Book 4 of the Grey Wolf series).
Just one drop is the third book in the Grey Wolf series, and has actually surpassed any expectations. When I first began this series I was thinking that perhaps I had set myself up for a typical teenage romance novel disguising itself as a sci fi fantasy novel. But the supernatural themes are well thought out and written which has led to an interesting and addictive storyline. This third instalment has continued on with the story of Fane and Jacque, but has switched the focus onto the wolf packs Beta Decebel and one of Jacque’s best friends, the loud mouthed … Continue reading Book Review: Just one drop, by Quinn Loftis. (Book 3 of The Grey Wolf series.)
This is the second novel in the Grey Wolf series, and proved to be a good continuation of the first. Jacque and Fane attempt to perform the Canis Lupis blood rites ceremony only to have their attempts thwarted by yet another psych werewolf who wants to take Jacque as his mate. Along for the ride are her two best friends Jen and Sally who with their overly sarcastic comments bring some kind of reality to the storyline. Although understanding it from an adult perspective and one from another continent, can be very tricky at times but well worth the effort! … Continue reading Book Review: Blood Rites, by Quinn Loftis. (Book 2 of The Grey Wolf series.)
Prince of Wolves is a teenage romance with a werewolf fantasy woven amongst it. The author has modernised the novel by characters referring to the werewolves as Cannis Lupis which has been their name in many recent fantasy tales. However I did feel that it was difficult to decipher the “Texan” connotations which made the text difficult to understand at times. Basically the romance itself has a twist and gives “Arranged marriages “ a new meaning altogether. The sarcasm and humour make it enjoyable to read. What I would have liked there to have been more of the two friends Jen … Continue reading Book Review: Prince of Wolves, by Quinn Loftis. (Book 1 of The Grey Wolf series.)