Fighting the Call of the Wolf

Fighting the Call of the Wolf After being rescued from captivity Aelius is tired of fighting against his lust He s straight he thinks he is but he can t stop thinking about Kyle Snow and he wants him Badly After a near death e

  • Title: Fighting the Call of the Wolf
  • Author: Marcy Jacks
  • ISBN: 9781627417631
  • Page: 115
  • Format: ebook
  • After being rescued from captivity, Aelius is tired of fighting against his lust He s straight, he thinks he is, but he can t stop thinking about Kyle Snow, and he wants him Badly After a near death experience leaves him with a lot of yearning, he decides to go for it, if only to get the devastatingly handsome younger man out of his system for good in an experiment he tAfter being rescued from captivity, Aelius is tired of fighting against his lust He s straight, he thinks he is, but he can t stop thinking about Kyle Snow, and he wants him Badly After a near death experience leaves him with a lot of yearning, he decides to go for it, if only to get the devastatingly handsome younger man out of his system for good in an experiment he thinks he will forget.But he doesn t forget, and five months later, he returns for Kyle, just to discover the man is pregnant and not so sure he wants to have his emotions played with any Aelius will have to convince the man that he s done making excuses for himself, but whether he will be in time before the people who had kidnapped and tortured Aelius come for Kyle and their unborn pup, remains to be seen.

    One thought on “Fighting the Call of the Wolf”

    1. Ok, so I thinkKyleis the sweetest omega inThe Pregnant Mateseries since Ty in book 1!AndAelius?! Well, at least he's come to his senses at the end of the book! ;)This instalment is best read right after book 9 Enzo's Downfall

    2. My only negative is that I wish it had been longer! But it was a great short story abt a straight wolf who falls for a man. A true Gay for you story with werewolves. I should totally start reading this series

    3. This should actually be book 9.5 instead of book 12. There are some name flips and missing words, as well as grammar errors. The time line of events even gets scewed from contact to no contact, throwing the plot and putting blame solely on the omega for omission when Conner clearly stated that the alpha ignored his attempts at contact the first few weeks.This was originally a freebie short story slightly extended, so it is still very short with minimal plot.

    4. Too short!3.5 Stars ~ My biggest complaint? Totally needed to be longer. There was so much more story that could've been told. My heart went out to Kyle as he constantly felt rejected and unwanted. Aelius pretty much pissed me off for making Kyle feel that way. They worked it out in the end, but I still wish it was longer.

    5. 3.5 Stars ~ My biggest complaint? Totally needed to be longer. There was so much more story that could've been told. My heart went out to Kyle as he constantly felt rejected and unwanted. Aelius pretty much pissed me off for making Kyle feel that way. They worked it out in the end, but I still wish it was longer.

    6. I had been waiting for this story since the first time we met Kyle and Aelius. It's shorter than the other books in the series, but it's one of my favorites. The story should be read before Little Red and the big bad wolf.

    7. After quite an enjoyable run with this series (if you like the genre that is) this book is quite a disappointment. It's much shorter than the previous ones, the chronology is confusing, and casual biphobia rampant.

    8. Fighting the Call It was good wish it had been a little longer but it was still good can't wait to read more of this series or any series from Marcy Jacks.

    9. I'm on the fence. Someone still needs to help me understand how men have babies lol because I'm not seeing it.

    10. This was a good read but it really bothered me that this book came after the last two in this series. This book should have been read before Enzo's book and I also wish it was longer.

    11. Anybody else confused by this book?I'm sure we know who the red hooded figure is in a previous bookOn the fence, not sure if I liked it or not

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