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Wolves of the West

3.43 of 5 stars 3.43  ·  rating details  ·  14 ratings  ·  4 reviews
Sometimes your life is defined by the things you have to keep hidden, whether it's being gay or what happens when the moon is full.
Published December 2nd 2011 by MLR Press, LLC (first published November 29th 2011)
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It was somewhere between page 7 and 9 that I started giggling like a small child. Then I tweeted the author about this reaction. Her response was: "That's the effect I was hoping for. It's a very silly story!" It is a silly little story but then I threw myself at her feet (or, rather, Tweet) and begged for a sequel.

I imagine any Cochrane fan would do the same. First of all, Charlie Cochrane writing a contemporary M/M story about werewolves? Surely, this is reason enough for anyone to say, "This,
Charming 10 minute read. Charlie wrote a contemporary? Wait, it's a werewolf story too? You have to meet these wolves--they are like no other in the genre. Even though it's contemporary, the MCs were born over 100 years ago and their proper British upbringing is very much part of the early 20th century--not today's world. A polite werewolf with manners? As another reviewer wrote, the author intended this to be funny. Would love to see a continuation.Cheers!
I'm not usually too into the werewolf/vampire type stories, but I took a chance on this one because of the author. I wasn't disappointed. It is a very short story concerning some very well-behaved werewolves. I could see this as a launching point for a full novel at some point in the future.
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Sold as a Ten Minute Read, this managed to pack in a lot of worldbuilding for such a short story, but also left a lot of tantalising threads hanging. I really wanted to know more about all the main characters and their interactions, and would definitely be all over a longer follow-up.
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As Charlie Cochrane couldn't be trusted to do any of her jobs of choice - like managing a rugby team - she writes. Her favourite genre is gay fiction, predominantly historical romances/mysteries, but she's making an increasing number of forays into the modern day. She's even been known to write about gay werewolves - albeit highly respectable ones.

Her Cambridge Fellows series of Edwardian romantic
More about Charlie Cochrane...
Lessons in Love (Cambridge Fellows, #1) Lessons in Desire (Cambridge Fellows, #2) Lessons in Discovery (Cambridge Fellows, #3) Lessons in Power (Cambridge Fellows, #4) Lessons in Temptation (Cambridge Fellows, #5)

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