Today's review is on The Call Within by Erin Nelson
The Call Within is a relatively short paranormal romance with a side order or eroticism so parents beware. It is well written and edited with just a few grammatical errors. (Again I stress the need to have your work checked and double checked.) My only complaint is that the book is just to short. For me anything below at least 300 pages is a magazine article. However, I can not judge a work of art solely because I feel it is to short.
The general premise of the story is that the Dearhart pack of Werewolves; led by Owen Dearhart, the Alpha, is dwindling and Owen must find his mate and have children. Female Werewolves are scarce however, and Owen is taken by surprise when he walks into a diner and meets Kristen Still.
Upon just seeing her Owen knows that he must have her, and the wolf inside of him is insisting; by the rising of his erection, that he take her then and there, but he fights his inner wolf. He doesn't want to go to fast so he flees the diner and watches her from a distance. That is until Kristen's ex; a shapeshifter, tries to plant his own seed into her, causing Owen to shift himself to protect her.
Now they are on the run from Kristen's ex along with other shapeshifters. Trying to reach the rest of the Dearhart pack and safety. However, unbeknownst to everyone, there is someone else lurking in the shadows ready to exact revenge.
The Call Within was both easy and a pleasure to read.
3 of 5 stars