Baby, I’m Howling For You by Christine Warren is a phenomenal new paranormal romance novel that fans of The Others series will love!
About ‘Baby, I’m Howling For You’ by Christine Warren:
WELCOME TO ALPHAVILLE, where the she-wolves and alpha-males play. . .for keeps.
Renny Landry is a wolf on the run. Pursued by a shapeshifting stalker and his slobbering pack of killer coyotes, she is forced to flee her job as a librarian to find sanctuary in the wooded hills of Alpha, Washington. A well-secluded safe space for troubled shifters, Alpha is Renny’s last hope. But the first person she meets there is a gorgeous alpha male with fiery eyes, fierce tattoos, and one ferocious appetite—for her…
Mick Fischer thought he left his past behind when he moved to Alpha. But fate has a way of biting him in the tail when a female wolf shows up on his property. Wounded, desperate—and disarmingly hot — Renny brings out the snarling, protective alpha beast in Mick like no other woman he’s known. Can these two haunted, hunted wolves manage to mate for life…even as the deadliest past demons howl at their heels?
‘Baby, I’m Howling For You’ by Christine Warren review:
I’m so happy to have Christine Warren back in my life! I was a big fan of her The Others series and often go back to read it again. But it’s been some time since she finished that series and I’ve been waiting for something similar since!
Baby, I’m Howling For You is the first book in the new Alphaville series, but seems to take place in the same world as The Others. Humans know the others exist, but don’t always take kindly to having them around. Alphaville is the only town that is run and populated all by others, which is what leads Renny to go there.
Renny, a female red wolf other, is on the run from a pack of coyotes others that will stop at nothing to get their hands on her. Their Alpha is downright stalking Renny without anyone to stop him. Until Renny runs all the way to Alphaville and lands on Mick’s land just in the knick of time.
“Mick clutched the steering wheel in a white-knuckled grip and tried to think up as many words as possible to summarize what had just happened. Debacle, disaster, fuckup, mistake, snafu, and (his personal favorite) cluster fuck. Epic cluster fuck. Any one of them would to describe the monumentally wrong decision he had made in kissing Renny Landry. Hot. Erotic. Delicious. Arousing. Mine, his wolf countered.”
Mick was not expecting a wounded female of his kind to show up in the middle of the night, but that doesn’t stop him from jumping in to save her. He’s still morning the loss of his mate that died years ago and he can’t believe when he comes to the realization that Renny is his as well. It’s not typical for their kind to get a second chance with fate, and yet Mick’s past has him worried to open up to Renny just to lose her.
Now Renny has to deal with a stalker that just won’t leave her alone, as well as a mate that doesn’t want her. Renny is stronger than she looks though and is determined to fight back. Even though Mick seems determined to deny their connection, Renny doesn’t let that get her down, but she’s not about to go chasing after someone that doesn’t want her either. It’s up to Mick to get his issues worked out first.
“Surprised, she shot her gaze to Mick’s face. She couldn’t read his expression, or at least, it made no sense to her. He looked angry and impatient and … Possessive? ‘Oh, you’ll be seeing lots of me, sweetheart, he growled, the tone rough and silky at the same time. ‘In fact, you’ll be seeing to much of me, you’ll forget to stop when you close your eyes at night. Geoffrey Hilliard isn’t going to lay one fucking finger on you, and I intend to be the one who makes sure of it.'”
Baby, I’m Howling For You has all my favorite elements of a paranormal romance, it’s action packed, sexy, with strong characters that readers will just love. What’s interesting about this book is that it removes the element of humans and paranormal interacting. Since it’s set in a town that is entirely run by shifters, the characters are able to interact with one another without fear of how humans may act. I really loved this and can’t wait to visit Alphaville in the future!
Between the announcement of a Birds of Prey movie and Steven Spielberg at the helm of Blackhawk, it’s been a week of good news for DC fans. So what do these movie choices mean for the future of the DCEU?
The 100 season 5 kicks off with the formidable “Eden,” in which Clarke Griffin proves, in a dozen different ways, why she is the best lead character on TV.
Director Wes Ball wraps up his Maze Runner Trilogy experience by discussing his favorite Death Cure featurette, if he’d do a Fever Code movie, and more!
The Handmaid’s Tale season 2 widens the lens of Margaret Atwood’s novel — but is it worth the trip back to Gilead?
I Feel Pretty may look like a one woman show starring Amy Schumer, but the movie features another in a long line of incredible supporting performances from Michelle Williams.
It comes down to who's more stubborn, Madison or the Vultures?
Accio, exciting new role!
A Quiet Place succeeds where many movies of its kind have failed, because it knows that suspense can rely on much more than just the big monster reveal.
There’s more of Miss Peregrine’s Peculiar Children coming your way this fall!
Leah on the Offbeat delivers all the charm of Simon vs. the Homo Sapiens Agenda and continues to tell a hopeful story about friendship and love.
Recent Podcast Episodes
Hype Podcast #184 talks The 100 season 5, Avengers: Infinity War, Harry Potter, The Magicians and much more.
Join ReWatchable as we discuss a very harmonious Angel 5×09, “Harm’s Way,” and welcome a new hero (?) in Angel 5×10 “Soul Purpose.”
- Resistance Radio
Mikey, Kaitlin, Ben and Dan-O are back with the latest news from a galaxy far far away and we talk about this years Force Friday and the toys from Solo: A Star Wars Story!
Join ReWatchable as we discuss Angel 5×07, “Lineage,” and Angel 5×08 “Destiny.”