Little Wolf

Little Wolf On the run from his old blood werewolf family Tim Dirus finds himself in Wolf s Paw one of the last surviving refuges from the days when werewolves were hunted by humans and one of the last places T

  • Title: Little Wolf
  • Author: R. Cooper
  • ISBN: 9781632169761
  • Page: 443
  • Format: ebook
  • On the run from his old blood werewolf family, Tim Dirus finds himself in Wolf s Paw, one of the last surviving refuges from the days when werewolves were hunted by humans and one of the last places Tim wants to be Kept away from other wolves by his uncle, Tim knows almost nothing about his own kind except that alpha werewolves only want to control and dominate a scrawnyOn the run from his old blood werewolf family, Tim Dirus finds himself in Wolf s Paw, one of the last surviving refuges from the days when werewolves were hunted by humans and one of the last places Tim wants to be Kept away from other wolves by his uncle, Tim knows almost nothing about his own kind except that alpha werewolves only want to control and dominate a scrawny wolf like him.Tim isn t in Wolf s Paw an hour before he draws the attention of Sheriff Nathaniel Neri, the alphaest alpha in a town full of alphas Powerful, intimidating, and the most beautiful wolf Tim has ever seen, Nathaniel makes Tim feel safe for reasons Tim doesn t understand For five years he s lived on the run, in fear of his family and other wolves Everything about Wolf s Paw is contrary to what he thought he knew, and he is terrified Fearing his mate will run, Sheriff Nathaniel must calm his little wolf and show him he s than a match for this big, bad alpha.

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    1 thought on “Little Wolf”

    1. Enormously frustratingYou know how an author can create interesting tension by giving the reader knowledge that a character doesn't have? The reader then chortles to herself, or bites her nails, or rolls her eyes, as--let's call him Tim--strides blithely along, unaware of the assassin around the corner, or the monster in the closet, or the werewolf who has all but hired a skywriter to announce his love. In this book though, the reader, the love interest, and EVERY INHABITANT OF THE TOWN, have in [...]

    2. Better than the previous book but still nothing on the first two of the series.--I'm torn on this one. There was enough there that I wanted to like it and yet it dragged and frustrated me. I was checking my status in disbelief it moved so slow. The first half has so much chaotic internal emotion that it's exhausting.The descriptions, the 'Instinct' lead emotions were often beautiful:The space between them felt like magic had been worked, like delicate glass, some of it sharp, had been spun.Coope [...]

    3. I can honestly say I did not enjoy one single part or moment of this story, either listening or reading.There is a gross miscommunication between the two main characters. (view spoiler)[Tim is actually Nathaniel's mate, which is known by Nathaniel and the whole town, but no one actually tells Tim. This goes on for 90% of the story, because everyone thinks Tim will eventually figure it out. Maddening doesn't even begin to describe it.“Is this something else I’m supposed to know? Because we bo [...]

    4. Can you enjoy a book and still think it's slow? Can you like a story that annoys you? I liked this book, but certain aspects got on my nerves.The town. I get that "beings" are different than humans and have different ideas about privacy. But the people in this town were nosey as fuck. To the point it was a bit ridiculous. It was actually distracting and lessened the impact of some scenes. Instead of focusing 100% on the story I kept thinking "damn do you idiots really need to stand around and wa [...]

    5. I reached to that point where I just can't continue anymore.I was enjoying the book so much. I was giggling like silly, I was loving Littlewolf and his obliviousness, Nathaniel and his patience, and the whole town hanging on any little interaction those two had.Nathaniel, the sheriff, who was suffering so much because he knew Tim was his mate, but since Tim is new in the whole werewolf-thing, did not want to shock him with the news. So instead, and this is what I love the best in R.Cooper's book [...]

    6. OK, I rarely DNF a bookbut I just couldn't keep reading. The scene with Tim and Albert had me gasping in disbeliefd I turned off my ereader.This book dragged horribly and I didn't like Tim or Nate. The townsfolk were downright creepy and there was so much inner monologue, and nonsense talking that I just wanted to slap everyone and scratch out my eyes.I stole some of Meep's review since she said it so well"Tim aka Little Wolf, resists. He keeps resisting. It's one inch forward then three miles b [...]

    7. So long. Just so very, very long.I'm a big fan of R. Cooper and I love the one audiobook I've heard from the narrator before, but this one just didn't work for me. Listening to 19 hours of miscommunication/lack of communication is about 18 hours too long for my ears. The last hour helped out, but overall this could have easily been 1/2 as long and been better as an audiobook.Full review on the blog and then here. **a copy of this audiobook was provided for an honest review**

    8. DNF at 25%. This cluttered writing style is not for me. I feel like it needed a really ruthless editor to hack away at it and keep it from going in circles over the same ground. And it does something I really hate: interrupts dialogue with so much interior monologue and/or scene-setting that you forget what the person said or asked by time the reply comes. It’s too bad because I wanted to find out what happens between the little, bratty guy and the strong, silent-type alpha who’s patiently w [...]

    9. Another book that frustrated me, and then made me so happy and then made me love it.The first 50/60% of this book is about Tim (Little Wolf) and Nathaniel getting to know each other, and Nathaniel teaching Tim how to become more wolf, access and trust his instincts - oh yes and fall in love. Tim thinks he a surly hopeless case and nearly everyone else likes and accepts him, he doesn't get why this should be.Because Tim doesn't trust or understand his instincts he spends a lot of time internally [...]

    10. very good comfort-read, even better the second time.I really really liked this, even if it was impossibly long and about insta-attraction aka mates. But it was very cleverly done and Tim might be one of my new favourite characters with his sarcasm, meanness and his wit (I really seem to like assholish, petty characters, provided they are nice to some people and able to change). The romance between the strong big Sheriff Nathanael and his Little Wolf, who is an equal to him in every way, was deli [...]

    11. An inconsistent read for me.So many grinsI adored Tim even as I wanted to shake him for being so clueless. And poor Nathaniel, that sweet, protective alpha. All kinds of hugs for him.A few niggles, thoughNot a fan of the abundant use of "bitch", and while they were hot, some of the sex scenes were soooo long.Too much of the story dragged for me, where nothing really happened for too many pages. And at 380 pages, there was plenty of room for cutting; the story could have been made a lot tighter w [...]

    12. This book was kinda all over the place. One minute the characters were likable, the next, I wanted to firebomb their little shifter refuge watch them all burn. The entire book got on my nerves because it wasn't good, but it was original, and I couldn't dislike it, but I couldn't really like it, either.

    13. This audio book and I got off to a rough start. Right away it started talking about Blake being in pain because his mate rejected him etc etc, and I figured I must have the wrong book. I stopped to look up the blurb, as well as the previous book I hadn't read since I was obviously missing something. But when I finally continued, I realized they were just soap opera characters. Granted, soap opera characters that would reappear throughout the book as parallels as well as poor educational material [...]

    14. I liked this book. I liked the characters. I liked the plot. What I didn't like was the length. The author could have easily halved the pages in this book and come out with a better paced, more engaging story. As it was, I felt like I was treading through molasses at times, looking to see how much I had left to read. Maybe there's something as over characterization?

    15. Okay, first things first.I don’t usually comment on covers, because I tend to avoid them in favour of letting the story paint the characters. That and we all know how awful a lot of the covers in this genre turn out to be. I wouldn’t want to spoil a good story for myself.That certainly isn’t the issue here. This entire series has great covers. They’re all painted and reflect the actual characters. And despite an awful lot of skin, they’re not even remotely posed to look like porn-bait. [...]

    16. In some ways this newest story in the ‘Being(s) in Love’ series fits right in with the first three books, yet the dynamic between the two main characters has obstacles – and charm – all its own as well. One of the biggest differences is that Tim and Nathaniel are both werewolves, and there is hardly any magic involved. I got to meet both of them in the previous book, and was really looking forward to their story after a fascinating encounter that made me think there was more to these two [...]

    17. Oh god. I'm giving this book a 4 stars rating *_* I feel kind of bad. Okay. I don't. This book started out freaking PERFECT! The ust, the misunderstandings, the hot alpha and bitchy mate! Hell, they didn't even kiss untiltafter 30% I think? It was brilliant. And then there was one fucking scene that nearly stopped me from continuing reading. Holy shit! Was that necessary? I can understand Nathaniel but Tim? Nope! I know that he's a shitty werewolf but that was justARGH! I don't want to spoiler a [...]

    18. I was attreacted to this book by the idea of a little wolf and a big wolf being mates. I like the novelty of differences between lovers (as I am so very much like my husband, we are practically brothers).This book, which I mostly listened to as opposed to read, finally got thru to me at about 80%. I finally understood that since it started with a dreadful soap opera on TV with bad actors, that was what the book wasa bad soap with bad actors that goes on for weeks and months with the plot barely [...]

    19. I have to say I was disappointed in this book considering the first 2 installments (which were amazing!) and I actually couldn't finish reading it because I was too upset. I would suggest reading Meep's review because I had the same opinion as her, except I'm going to tell you about Albert--and seriously people, READ THIS SPOILER BEFORE READING THE BOOK! I am NOT kidding! Seriously, you will thank me. (view spoiler)[ So, at around the 200 page mark, Tim and Nathaniel have kissed and sort of had [...]

    20. While I absolutely LOVED every book in this seriesoh, how this one delighted me! The growth arc of the main characters, the delight of the whimsical, wacky and wily supporting characters, and the well crafted words that allowed me to slide into the story like I would slide in to a blissfully warm bathLittle Wolf is a total sensory immersion into a parallel world not so different from our own, but one where Weres, Fairys, Dragons, and other magical beings are not only real but known to all. The w [...]

    21. I am not even gonna TRY to front. Every so often, you pick up a book that's mega-ridic, but it pushes your buttons oh-so-deliciously soThis book took my id out for a long date that included a deep massage AND a long tumble that left me sated. #HandsWhat I liked+ This is the werewolfiest book I've read in a long time (Yays!)It's one thing to say "oh, yeah, there are werewolves in this novel". It's a whole 'nother thing to experience the intense werewolf-centricness of the story.Although the werew [...]

    22. Thank you again Secret Santa for my gift! I enjoy this world of Beings and it’s a nice change sometimes. While Tim annoyed the crap out of me sometimes his snarky attitude and genuine love for Sheriff Nathaniel made up for it. Nathaniel Neri is the perfect mate to Tim. He doesn’t push or demand anything. He is there for him and proves to Tim that he can trust him. After the threat to Tim is handled and Tim finally stands up to his uncle, he gets a clue and finds out that Nathaniel and him ar [...]

    23. DNF 13%I’m only at 13% and this is some of the worst, stunted, nonsensical dialogue I’ve ever read. I am so utterly frustrated. An editor should have ripped this to bits prior to publication, but instead we have something flying under the radar and landing flat on its utterly confused face. I’m going to DNF it. It’s that or find a bridge to jump off. I adored A Boy and His Dragon. It’s as if someone else wrote this book.

    24. Little Wolf explores a familiar theme which has cropped up in other "Beings" books, where a werewolf finds himself strongly drawn to another who doesn't understand precisely what the "mate" bond is all about---or even that it exists in the first place. This plot device was also found in A Beginner's Guide to Wooing Your Mate and even in (to a certain extent) the very first of the "Beings" series, Some Kind of Magic. Unfortunately for the characters in these stories, werewolf culture in Cooper's [...]

    25. Little WolfBy R. CooperFour starsWhat kept this book from getting a five-stars rating is the very quirkiness of the writing style that I enjoyed so much. This same style infuses all of Cooper’s fantasy books, and it’s not for everyone. Cooper sets her thinly-connected series in a contemporary United States where humans live alongside werewolves, fairies, pixies and elves. All four the books have been about the complexities of interspecies romance, and in particular about the innately ramped- [...]

    26. ****Reviewed for Prism Book Alliance®****4.5 Stars - Loved it! Little Wolf may start off full of sexual tension and slow burn but when it gets to resolving it the book was on fire! I loved Tim’s feistiness even though it was born out of fear and confusion; it showed that he was a fighter. Nathaniel was solid but showed such care and a side you wouldn’t expect from a big bad alpha.Although I wanted to smack Tim to get him to see what was right in front of him, I appreciated that this wasn’ [...]

    27. First off, I have to give credit: this pairing was sizzling hot. Really, amazing connection when they came together.However, the problem with this book is how LONG it takes them to get to that point. Clearly from the description you can read that this book is about an MC that is confused about who and what he is and who and what he wants. That's understood. However, one would expect that to be the beginning of the book, with a gradual change, and then moving on with the story with the two charac [...]

    28. This has been bar none the most emotionally satisfying book I’ve read this year!! This is my first book by Ms. Cooper and I can say with complete confidence that it will not be my last. Whew! Talk about super nova hot love scenes, fantastic world building, oh, and did I mention emotionally satisfying? Oh, yeah, I did! It took me several days to work my way through this book, and while I admit to there being parts where I wanted to tear my hair out because Tim was being super obtuse, I could al [...]

    29. I loved this book. Really loved this book. It was long. *dreamy sigh* It was funny and sexy and sometimes a little sad and just stupendously wonderful. With the books I have read so far this year, this is probably in the top five for favorites. All time favorite romances, I'd say this is in the top 25 that I mean I give myself 25 spaces for all time favorite book because I can't just restrict myself to one. My brain breaks trying to even begin to decide what to label as my top favorite book. So [...]

    30. a very good (or bad) distractionI wasn't expecting a book like this to pop out of the wood work so to speak. There are so many werewolf stories on it's not even funny. And most follow one road. But this? I might have guessed everything would be okay but I wasn't expecting such a rich and detailed world. I lost hours at work trying to find any time I had to open my kindle and devour a chapter or two. I would rant with the characters ( or at them) and breathlessly loose myself in their world. If [...]

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