Sunday, March 2, 2014
ARC Review: Werewolf in Las Vegas by Vicki Lewis Thompson
Luke is oblivious to all the werewolves around him. No one has ever slipped up and he’s never noticed any strange behaviors during a full moon. I would like him to question and be shocked by the revelations, When Giselle does tell the truth, he’s not alarmed. In other books, there’s a wildness to shapeshifters. They have trouble controlling themselves. Not true of the Cartwrights, Mr. Thatcher, and Giselle. The wild beast is more docile than the human. Luke doesn't show many alphas traits and gives in to every request. He and Giselle make a playful couple, but not a lasting one. She would overwhelm him.
Giselle is an alpha and spins Luke around her little finger. She has a clear set of objectives and follows through to the end. She respects her heritage and doesn't plan on falling in love, but it happens. She finds others who have fallen for humans and made it work. She decides to try. She’s the redeeming character in the book.
Cynthia and Bryce’s antics get tedious very quickly. They both come off as pampered spoiled brats. Their older siblings should cut them loose to see if they could live on their own.
**ARC provided by Publisher**
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