Tuesday, November 15, 2011


Title: Tame
Author: A. J. Llewellyn
Publisher: Amber Allure
ISBN: 978-1-61124-192-1
Genre: {M/M} Werewolf
Rating: 4.5 Nymphs
Literary Nymphs Reviewer: Chocolate Minx   

West Los Angeles Police division Officer Cavan Carmichael and his partner answer an animal abuse call. However, what they find is a man who has been severely beaten and chained. Cavan discovers that Ludo is so much more than a just man, especially when it comes to making love. 

Tame is not your usual bland werewolf story. A. J. Llewellyn kicks it up a notch by adding an intriguing twist. Cavan is a quiet man, who has a history of betrayal from his ex-boyfriend. Cavan pushes his loneliness aside when he is needed to help care for his mother. Ludo also has a history of betrayal by his family, who viewed Ludo as a commodity with monetary value rather than the unique person that he is. The plot highlights the main character’s humorous interactions with the quirky secondary characters. The intimacy scene description comes in the form of Cavan’s dream where he desires to make love with a wolf.  Tame is an exceptionally impressive saga that I enjoyed immensely.  

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