Book Reviews

Harris (Howling Wolf 4) by Fel Fern at Siren Publishing

Genre Gay / Paranormal / Shifters / Erotic Romance
Reviewed by Christy Duke on 16-February-2017

Book Blurb

One bar. Four rough, possessive, and sexy werewolf brothers looking for love.


Dominant werewolf Harris knows it's wrong to want Nick. For one, Nick is his human professor at the university, and off-limits to him. He’s had a crush on Nick for ages, but keeps his distance—until the night he saves Nick from a group of gay-bashers. Harris has never known what it's like to fall in love. He’s had hookups, but Nick is different, special. But the human isn’t ready for a mating bond.


Nick knows it's wrong to want his student, but when Harris appears on his doorstep with flowers to see how he’s doing, Nick knows he can’t stay away. When Harris disappears, Nick’s compelled to seek his former student out. Nick finds Harris running a bar with his three werewolf brothers, and he wonders where he fits in this picture.


Can one scruffy professor make it work with the last unmated Winter brother?


Book Review

I was wrong. It's had for me to wrap my mind around it, but it's true. When I finished Riley's story I mentioned that I was fairly certain I knew who Harris's mate was going to be. Well, I didn't. Needless to say, I was quite thrilled to discover the youngest Winter brother was going to get his hot man in a human no less!

Nick is, hands down, adorable. He's a teaching assistant who hasn't had much luck in the relationship department and his previous boyfriends have all left him convinced he's boring and mediocre. He can't for the life of him figure out why gorgeous, sexy werewolf Harris Winter is interested. The first time Harris scents Nick, his wolf goes crazy, and he knows Nick is his mate. It takes everything in Harris not to put the mating mark on Nick after they have sex, and it scares Harris so much, how hard it is to battle back his wolf, that he runs back home to his brothers and their bar. Harris is terrified he would hurt his mate and he can’t let that happen.

It takes six months but finally, Nick has had enough and tracks Harris down. The reunion wasn't unpredictable but I enjoyed reading it anyway. I liked seeing Nick standing up for himself and finding the courage to take what he wanted, and it was wonderful to see that Harris had learned a few things watching what his brothers went through when they found their mates.

There was some definite predictability in the ending, particularly after having read the three previous installments, but I was okay with it. This was a good ending to the story of four brothers and their bar.





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Additional Information

Format ebook
Length Novella, 21977 words
Heat Level
Publication Date 09-February-2017
Price $3.50 ebook
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