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Reviewed by Amber
AUTHOR: Taylor Roxton
PUBLISHER: Dreamspinner Press
RELEASE DATE: June 1st, 2016
As a werewolf, Kieran Woodsmith’s career options are limited. Luckily, he can howl in tune, and his voice earns him admission to the prestigious Juilliard School of Music. Desperate to prove to his family that his admission wasn’t a fluke, Kieran auditions for the Broadway Musical Review. But when he meets an upperclassman with no scent and strange violet eyes, Kieran is thrown off his game.
On the eve of his lunar cycle, Kieran’s friend drags him to a party at the purple-eyed senior’s house. Distracted by the mystery of Brett’s missing smell, Kieran forgets about the moon. When he wakes up in a cage in Brett’s basement, Kieran realizes he’s not the only one who is more than he appears.
Well, this was strange. I think it had potential to be a pretty decent story but then things got incredibly strange and confusing. I think if this was longer it would have been a lot better because the author would have been able to give us more back-story and Brett plus we would have been able to see more of the feelings develop between the two main characters. I don’t know, I think this just felt incomplete.
Kieran Woodsmith has finally been able to separate from his family. Although he loves them pack life has suffocated him long enough. Looking forward to his first year at Julliard, Kieran wants to dive in and experience life outside the pack; unfortunately he keeps attracting the attention of Senior, Brett.
Kieran realizes something is off with Brett he’s just not quite sure what. What he does know is that he’s attracted to him and that scares him.
There’s a little mystery with Brett and that’s where it all got confusing. I didn’t understand a lot about him throughout the story. The sex scene was odd as well, where did the bondage thing come from? I didn’t get the whole music school thing, either. Why introduce that element? I want to know more. They went from we can’t even touch each other to boyfriends instantly. I don’t know. This one started interesting but then just veered off course.
Unfortunately, this didn’t really work for me.