Wednesday, December 2, 2015

Claiming the She Wolf - Louisa Bacio



Claiming the She Wolf
By Louisa Bacio 


 

Now that Tala Graystone’s brother has decided to leave the nest, she is determined to restore the bed and breakfast. It will keep her occupied and after all, it could use a woman’s touch, or maybe even a wolf’s touch. However, now she has found that she requires a little help, because she cannot do this alone.

Yas Collins feels beckoned by Black Hills, South Dakota. He himself has a background in construction.  Once he finds himself there, the town doesn’t seem very welcoming of him, however he does seem to find work at Tala’s. 

I loved the part when she shows him to his room, and he looks at the walls, which are lavender, and he says, this doesn’t look like it would be for me, it looks like it would be a room for you. And she tells him it is the best room in the house, and that it is her room. They exchange glances. And you can, as you read just feel the aura as you read it. 

The drawing of them wanting and yearning in the very beginning, the desire is there, but you know how people, (and apparently wolves) we play it cool in the beginning.
They find themselves meeting glances, and finding their desires and cravings, and getting to know one another. 


Not only do they work on the bed and breakfast, but they build a relationship with one another. I loved how playful they were, silly, and fun loving. This made me smile a lot. I actually found myself smiling and giggling quite a lot through out this book. 

It is very romantic book, truly helps you to see that love can prevail in the long run, so long as you work at it. But the book also shows you, that the outside world always likes to put there two sense in, and to just ignore it, and them and love will prevail.

I give this book five starts, when a book makes you smile while reading it, it is truly worthy of reading again and again!



Now my questions for Lousia:

1.) the characters do you have any photos or descriptions to provide for us to imagine or see who they are?

Attached are images I used when writing the book. (Did not come through, I apologize.~Deneale)

2.) what made you write this delicious book?

The idea of the shared world of Black Hills Wolves intrigued me. Writing with the established world and guidelines added another challenge. The characters also came to life pretty fast.

3.) what are you working on now?

Nothing! Seriously, I just submitted a new novella in a series two days ago. I’ve already started on book two. But, tomorrow is another story, lol.

Winter Solstice Ménage – which features Yas’s sister Sugar, came out recently. I have a third book with Tala’s brother planned.  

In my Sex University series, I’m waiting for book 3, “The Master Class,” a F/F/M that I’ve been wanting to share for a long time! (2016)

4.) Aside from writing, what other hobbies do you have?

Primarily, spending time with my family. On top of that, we have a slew of pets that require plenty of love and attention. I’m talking about dogs, rabbits, hamsters, guinea pigs, fish tanks and on and on.

5.) how long did it take you to write this book?

I had five months to write the books. Yes, that seems like a LONG time. I probably took all of it, and then some. Some thing I tend to write fast. It doesn’t always feel that way to me.

6.) out of all your own books- which one is your favorite?

Ah, woman! It’s an impossible question! The boys in Winter Solstice Ménage are hot-hot-hot. For the longest time, it was Nick from The Vampire, the Witch & The Werewolf novels. Now, maybe Tyler. 

(I liked the green cock!)



7.) any tips for new writers?
There’s a meme about how other writers are not our competition. Make friends with others who understand. Plus bloggers and readers are your friends. They may be shy. Even if you are, make yourself as approachable as possible.


8.) please share with us all of your sites, info and where we can learn all about you:

Any extra info you'd like to add or share:

Find your joy in life. It’s different for everyone. What brings you happiness? Embrace it, and share it with others.
  



Claiming the She-Wolf (Black Hills Wolves, #23)Claiming the She-Wolf by Louisa Bacio
My rating: 5 of 5 stars

Now that Tala Graystone’s brother has decided to leave the nest, she is determined to restore the bed and breakfast. It will keep her occupied and after all, it could use a woman’s touch, or maybe even a wolf’s touch. However, now she has found that she requires a little help, because she cannot do this alone.

Yas Collins feels beckoned by Black Hills, South Dakota. He himself has a background in construction. Once he finds himself there, the town doesn’t seem very welcoming of him, however he does seem to find work at Tala’s.

I loved the part when she shows him to his room, and he looks at the walls, which are lavender, and he says, this doesn’t look like it would be for me, it looks like it would be a room for you. And she tells him it is the best room in the house, and that it is her room. They exchange glances. And you can, as you read just feel the aura as you read it.

The drawing of them wanting and yearning in the very beginning, the desire is there, but you know how people, (and apparently wolves) we play it cool in the beginning.
They find themselves meeting glances, and finding their desires and cravings, and getting to know one another.

Not only do they work on the bed and breakfast, but they build a relationship with one another. I loved how playful they were, silly, and fun loving. This made me smile a lot. I actually found myself smiling and giggling quite a lot through out this book.

It is very romantic book, truly helps you to see that love can prevail in the long run, so long as you work at it. But the book also shows you, that the outside world always likes to put there two sense in, and to just ignore it, and them and love will prevail.

I give this book five starts, when a book makes you smile while reading it, it is truly worthy of reading again and again!


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