Where Foxes Hunt with Wolves
by K.A. Merikan
Narrated by: Wyatt Baker
Series: Folk Lore Series, Book 2
Length: 11 hrs and 51 mins
Release date: 08-29-20
Publisher: Acerbi & Villani Ltd
You are responsible for what you tame
Yevhen. Forest ranger. Werewolf. Stifled by pack rules.
Radek. Foxy ginger brat. Changeling. Will avoid responsibility at all cost.
Genre: Paranormal M/M romance with dark elements
Contains scorching hot, emotional, explicit scenes with a hint of kink and lots of biting!
Themes: Folklore, forbidden love, hurt/comfort, little town, homophobia, coming out, fish out of water, shifters, discovering magic, age gap, size difference, changeling, animal rights activism, growing up, werewolf, family issues
Length: ~ 120,000 words (standalone)
WARNING: This story contains scenes of violence, offensive language, bodily harm, animal cruelty, and morally ambiguous characters.
Where Foxes Hunt with Wolves
MMy Thoughts and Review (Audiobook)
Another amazing dark tale from Merikan. This is book two in the Folk Tales Series, and you do not have to read the books in order, to know what is going on in the series.
In book two you have a spoiled little rich kid (twenty-year-old), Radek, who harbors resentment for a father who has passed away and a mom who is ill. He takes advantage of his friends, lies 🤥 with no thought of who it may hurt, and gives no thought for anyone or anything but himself and his own wants and needs. This foxy young man with the beautiful red mane of hair and more freckles than constellations in the midnight sky has just bitten off his hand to spite his face. Now…there is no turning back from those that would harm him and the only one to save him may just be the big bad wolf himself.
Yevhen is the local forest ranger, and after catching an intoxicated Radek threatening the local wildlife with a rifle, he means to teach the young man a lesson. However, because the community is small, and Radek’s family name carries weight, nothing happens. Thus, an incredibly angry, terribly frustrated, Werewolf goes back to his Ranger duties, leaving the gorgeous pain in the backside to be someone else’s nightmare.
That’s when things really start to get crazy!
I absolutely love the way K.A. Merikan writes so sooooo much. This series while dark, is still one filled with so much laughter and hope, and love, and romance. Book two in particular had a sillier side to it than the first book. The antics and delightful relationship between the sweet little fox Ember and Yehven were both precious and heartwarming. Ember brought out the tender side of Yehven and I loved watching that.
I also could relate to the family dynamics and the mother-son relationship between Radek and his mom. The frustrations family members feel over time when someone does not get better are legitimate frustrations. In much the same way the person who is ill can become angry and bitter. Merikan got the emotions, and personalities of mom and son together down perfectly.
I am a paranormal and supernatural junkie, so anytime there are shifters, witches, pack life, or anything that is outside the mundane I have that “gimme gimme all ya got” feeling going on. Once the read is over I am either in a sort of chocolate hazy coma high because it was so good, and I just want to be lazy for a bit and reminisce, or it was so terrible I have to jump to another read as fast as possible to wash the taste from my brain. 😂🤣😂
“Where Foxes Hunt with Wolves,” was chocolate-hazy-coma-high delicious!
The Story: 4.50 🌟🌟🌟🌟. ✨
The Narration: 4.00 🌟🌟🌟🌟
Overall: 4.25 🌟🌟🌟🌟. ✨
Sharonica Logic: 4.25 chocolate-coma-delicious-stars
I received a complimentary copy of this audiobook from GayRomanceReviews in exchange for my review. 💜🍫💙