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  • Howl at the Moon, Book 5
  • By: Eli Easton
  • Narrated by: Matthew Shaw
  • Length: 7 hrs and 54 mins
  • 4.6 out of 5 stars (16 ratings)

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How to Run with the Wolves

By: Eli Easton
Narrated by: Matthew Shaw
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Summary

Zeus loves his job on the Mad Creek search and rescue team, and his inner Saint Bernard is finally being used to his full potential. When he sees a mysterious and wild-looking quickened - a dog shifter - at an earthquake site in Alaska, Zeus is compelled to investigate.

Zeus falls hard for the primal beauty of Timo and of Alaska itself. Both call to his deep canine soul. But the Qimmig pack’s laws are as harsh as the Alaskan winters, and Timo is out of his reach.

Timo’s pack of dog shifters left their Inuit village generations ago and have lived wild, ever since. Not trusting the “one-skinned” and with their numbers dwindling, the Qimmig are on the verge of extinction.

Timo is shocked to discover a whole group of “two-skinned” working as a rescue team, and he is particularly fascinated by Zeus, a gentle giant. He senses what Zeus feels for him, but it’s forbidden.

Can Mad Creek save this lost quickened clan? Perhaps, if they can learn how to run with the wolves...

©2019 Jane Holmes (P)2020 Jane Holmes

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boring

You have one demi sexual and one person grown up in a society where homosexuality does not exist. So at 75 % they still don't know they are in a romance novel.
The narrator was good but there was a disturbing background noise.

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Really enjoyed it!

4.5 Stars!

This was a bit of a departure from previous books in the Howl at the Moon series, tying it in with the next series which will focus on the Qimmigs.

Zeus was absolutely adorbs! A gentle giant, steadfast and supportive and willing to do just about anything for Timo and his people, which he more than proved there in the end. I liked Timo, although I wasn't too happy with him at one point of the story. I understood why he acted like he did, a relationship between two men wasn't even remotely on his radar before getting to Mad Creek and even then, he never imagined it would be something that he could contemplate with everything going on with the Qimmigs. And when he realized what he stood to lose, he didn't go about it the way I expected (and I wanted more groveling, but Zeus was too nice for that to be realistic), but again all things considered it was quite in line with everything we'd seen of Timo since the start of the story.

I'm pretty sure this is my first audiobook narrated by Matthew Shaw, but it won't be the last. He did an amazing job not only with Zeus and Timo, but with the rest of the characters, bringing forth all the exuberance of the Mad Creek quickened and the more sedated Innuit and Qimmig tribes and giving them all a distinctive voice, showcasing their differences.

The romance was a very, very slow burn and more of a subplot than anything else (like really, blink and you miss it), I really enjoyed How to Run with the Wolves. From the Qimmigs dwindling numbers to Timo's sister's life-threatening illness to Mad Creek rallying to welcome them into their fold and then helping out however they could to the gorgeous descriptions of Alaska's landscapes and wildlife, all coupled with Eli Easton's masterful writing and Matthew Shaw's fantastic narration, this is just an audiobook you can't miss out on if you're a fan of the series.

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