Cat's Howl

Cat's Howl (Macconwood Pack #2) By: C.D. Gorri
My rating: ★★★★★
Published: 30th June 2016
Pages: 168
Series: Macconwood Pack
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(I received this ARC free from the Author in exchange for my honest review)

I'm in love with Cat. Oh why are you fictional? We could be great friends.

In all seriousness, Cat's Howl was fantastic. I've always been a fan of the Macconwood Pack, right from when they were first introduced in Wolf Moon. They're what I've always pictured a modern werewolf pack would be like. There's just something about them that just, I don't know, I can't quite put my finger on it, but I do know, I want more.

Cat, she is by far one of my new favourites. Strong, free-willed and with a mind of her own, she doesn't take shit from anyone and she sure as hell wasn't going to let anyone mess with her head and heart. I liked how she had her own life outside of the pack, her own career and freedom. It was different from other books in the same setting. Often the Females are pretty much held prisoner and are only around for one purpose. Baby making. (In saying that, the lead is always the girl the, you know, rebels.) It was a nice change to see Cat, as a female wolf, independent.

Tate, oh boy why the hell aren't you real? I could use a man like you. Oh why are all the good guys married or fictional? It's a hard life here in the real world. Back to Tate, outside of my longing for the fictional male wolf, he was a perfect match for Cat. You can tell right from the start that he only wanted her, but years of abuse from his father and being put down and thinking he was nothing didn't play well on his mind. He had convinced himself that he wasn't worthy of the wolf princess. He felt lower then her, like a starving peasant would feel crushing on a queen. There was so many layers to him, and C.D. Gorri did a marvelous job at building and sharping his character. He could have a book of his own, now that would be something. ;D

Outside of the romance, we're let in on some family history and how things weren't always coloured in roses. Cat's father was a hard man, stuck in his ways and mentally and emotionally abusive to his children. We get to understand why Raf is the way his is, and we also get see how much Charley has changed him. (They're just the cutest BTW... I won't lie I was hoping for baby hint)

I highly recommend this book, it's a beautiful addition to the world that is Grazi Kelly. It will pull at your heart strings and have you reaching for a cold drink to cool you down. Cat's Howl will suck you in, and have you cheering not only for Tate but simply just to for her.

Happy Reading

-E.A. Walsh

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