Wolf Whistle (Werewolves of Manhattan #7)

Title: Wolf Whistle (Werewolves of Manhattan #7)
Author: A.C. Katt
Publisher: MLR Press
Release Date: January 19, 2017
Genre(s): Shifter gay romance, werewolves, attempted murder, Fated mates
Page Count: 201 pages
Reviewed by: Natosha
Heat Level: 3.5 flames out of 5
Rating: 4 stars out of 5

Can a whistleblower find a new future with a wolf while being chased by a corrupt cop and the Serbian mob?

Richard Kerrigan is on the verge of losing hope. Fired from his job for blowing the whistle on a defect that would harm service members if used as designed, he is now blacklisted in the Chicago area. A local Serbian mobster wants Richard and won’t take no for an answer.

Garou Industries, the loup garou privately owned company, has been searching for Richard to offer him a position in the company as they value having someone with his integrity on staff. Richard relocates to Manhattan to begin his new job and stays with Julien Bellaire, his mentor, who is also Richard’s Mate.

Before they can settle in, the Serbian mobster turns up dead and a corrupt cop who secretly works for the Serbians comes to New York with trumped up charges to pin the murder on Julio. With over eighty witnesses to Julio being on an airplane at the time of the murder, the cop abandons trying to frame Richard and instead plots to murder him. The loup garou request assistance from the Italian mob to protect Richard which comes with some interesting consequences.

The cards are stacking up for something major that is in the air but has yet to happen.

The wolves of Manhattan are quickly finding their mates and each mate has something special that he brings to the group. So when Julien finds his mate and his mate is already connected to one of the other mates in their pack, Julien was ecstatic.

Julien knew that he needed to proceed with precaution where Richard was concerned because if for no other reason what he has seen wth the past makings of his friends and how their mates reacted when they learned their fate. Yes they all ended up together in the end but Julien did not want his mate to go through the turmoil some of the others went through.

Turns out that Julien did not need to worry over this issue because Richard was more than excepting and did not fight any of it and took everything in stride. Turns out that was probably the best thing that could have happened because danger is right around the corner and Tichard is in the line of sights.

The whole pack will have to come togther in order to protect Richard and to get Julien and Richard to their mating ceremony in one piece, happy and healthy.

This was a good read but in all honesty it is the future books that I look most forward to. I am glad these two men found each other and all but the books to come is the ones that will show us readers what is exactly coming in the way of the pack. I personally believe it is something major and I have a feeling it may start when Henry finds his mate finally. I cannot wait because I have a feeling it is going to be explosive.

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Galley copy of Wolf Whistle (Werewolves of Manhattan #7) provided by MLR Press in exchange of an honest review.


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