Want a book full of laughs and tears? Well pick up a copy of Quinn Loftis' Prince of Wolves. I stumbled upon this book through another I read, but am I glad I did.
Everything changed for Jacque Pierce, her mother Lilly and her two best friends Sally and Jennifer, when a foreign exchange student arrived from Romania. With Jacque watching the Henry's house, her neighbours for the arrival of the student. I love her reaction on how he arrived and when he got out of the stretched limo she was shocked on how beautiful he was. Once Fane the exchange student was out of the car he sensed Jacque watching him and turned and locked eyes with her and spoke to her through a bond that only occurs between mates. She is shocked when she heard and voice and called Sally and Jen to come over. After explaining everything to them they discuss it. With the knowledge that something is 'up' with the 'Hottie' from Romania, they decide to investigate the matter.
Things get interesting when she learns the truth about her father and what Fane is hiding from her and after the great reveal, things get more interesting in the form of Lucas Steel. Alpha of the Coldspring pack, but the pack isn't a known pack. Lucas challenges Fane for Jacque, but in the short space that she have known Fane she falls for him and doesn't want to lose him. Can Fane beat Lucas for Jacque? Is everything going to work out for the best? Only time will tell...
I love the way Jacque describes the exchange student. 'He was tall, probably six foot one or so, and his hair was jet black. It was longer on top and she could tell that he had bangs that fell across his face. They swept to the left, partially covering that eye. He had broad shoulders and from what she could see of his profile, high cheek bones, a straight nose and full lips.'
My favourite character has to be Jennifer, she is so insane, her sense of humour is brilliant and I just love her. I love the relationship that is built quickly between Fane and Jacque and their conversations.
I love the relationship between the three girls and how they are all different but mould together and there sense of humour is amazing and the way they defend each other, I wish I had friends as strong as theirs. There is only part of the book I don't like and that is the challenge part between Lucas and Fane.
In my opinion you should pick up a copy of Prince of Wolves it has quickly become one of my favourite books and it is one I re-read a lot.
Here is a Q&A with Author Quinn Loftis-
- What was it about the book that made you want to write it?
I love werewolves. I think they are very redeemable characters.
- What is your favourite part of the book?
Favourite part.. probably the quiet intimate times with Fane and Jacque. Seeing their love.
- Is there any aspect you would change about it?
If I could re-write it I would try and explain some things more clearly.
- Who is your favourite character?
I love Jen because she is so fun to write.