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Forever Werewolf (Beautiful Creatures #40)

3.85 of 5 stars 3.85  ·  rating details  ·  201 ratings  ·  53 reviews
Alexis Conner, princess of the Alpine pack and pureblood werewolf, hides a painful secret-she has never shifted. If she can’t shift, she can’t mate, and so Lexi resigned herself to a lifetime of loneliness. But then a stranger arrives, and Lexi senses that her world will never be the same….

A massive avalanche might be to blame for Trystan Hawkes getting stuck at Castle Wul
Paperback, Harlequin Nocturne #145, 576 pages
Published September 18th 2012 by Harlequin
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The book has two stories.
The first about a werewolf of mixed heritage who'd been brought up a loner but always longed for a Pack. He meets the icy princess of a powerful pack that seems outwardly intimidating but is falling apart from within because its alpha is inexplicably sick. The princess is not as cold as she seemed at first and together they realise that both hold secrets related to their birth and that beyond the outside obstacles to them being together, there are a few private, close he
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Since this is two separate stories, this deserves two separate reviews.

First up we have Forever Werewolf which is about Tryst who is a lone wolf and doesn't belong to any packs and Alexis who is the princess of her pack. Each are hiding a huge secret. Tryst is actually half vampire and Alexis has never been able to shift. These two are immediately attracted to each other and find themselves going against her father's wishes to see each other.

I thought the story started off strong but it quickl
This is one of those nifty 2-for-1 deals Harlequin does occasionally. I've reviewed them separately to make things easier :)

Forever Werewolf 3.5

Honestly, I struggled through the first few chapters of this one. Lex and Trystan had more of an immature YA feel to them. Once they stopped squabbling like a teenagers things picked up and I was quickly turned into a happy camper. The mystery 'villain' was pretty predictable, but I didn't mind because the relationship between the H/H was satisfying enou

This Harlequin novel is actually two stories in one. 'Forever Werewolf' and 'Moon Kissed', both werewolf/shifter stories. I had different opinions of both, so I took the average rating to give the book its overall of 3 stars. I have decided in this case to review each story separately.

'Forever Werewolf' 2/5 stars


Trystan is what you would expect from any Harlequin type story, at least as a first impression. Strong, muscled, beautiful male specimen, who also had an unbelievable heart that is
Cover & Title - 4 out of 5

Forever Werewolf
I really enjoyed Forever werewolf, Lexi & Tryst are awesome characters whom i liked straight away. There was clear chemistry between the pair & the build up to the start of the relationship was super cute. I loved that they were happy to accept & love each others flaws. The surprises in this book never seemed to stop! The mystery of the sick pack leader was a great bonus. I thought the book was really sweet. I was happy with how everythin
Forever Werewolf and Moon Kissed by Michelle Hauf
Two complete books in one
3.5 stars
Source: Netgalley

Trystan Hawkes loves life despite being an unaligned omega wolf from a mixed-breed family. He has put up with the taunts and the teasing all his life but he has never allowed anything to tarnish his outlook on life. While on an errand for his father’s courier service company, Tryst, as his friends call him, never imagined how everything in his world could turn upside down about ten minutes after
Andrea Heltsley
This shifter book had a ton of promise. I love stories like these. The doomed for love main characters were interesting enough. He had vampire blood also, so being he was not pure blooded, he was off limits to the shifter that a royal pure-blooded princess. Even she has a secret, though. When tragedy strikes, leaving them stuck together, things heat up and get more interesting.
I'm neutral on this book. It was alright, but held a lot more promise. Overall, it gets three stars.
Forever Werewolf - 4 stars

Maybe it's just because the Olympics are on right now but Trystan is auburn haired and loves snowboarding the half pipe. Is Trystan Shaun White's alter ego??? I just couldn't stop imagining Shaun as Trystan after the snowboarding scene in this book. I did like the interaction between Lexi and Shaun/Tryst. The scenes didn't feel forced and of course, you get a nice HEA at the end. Gold medal for Shaun... er... Trystan.

Moon Kissed - 3 stars

This didn't quite do it for me.
Forever Werewolf And Moon Kissed by Michele Hauf
Two Books in One Volume
Forever Werewolf
Trystan Hawkes wasn’t raised within a pack and yet they always intrigued him. Having a father who was half wolf/half vampire and a mother who was vampiress….he wasn’t always welcomed by other wolves, a vampire vs wolf thing. After arriving at the Alpine Pack to make a delivery for his father he becomes fascinated by the old castle and all the glorious snow around, Tryst was hoping to stay around awhile. Thanks
Nerine Dorman
If stock-standard paranormal romance is your kind of thing, then this two-in-one special featuring the writing of Michelle Hauf will most likely be your cuppa joe.

The first novel, Forever Werewolf, is the story of Trystan, whose mixed race means he's always been considered an outsider among his own kind - werewolves. With a vampire mother, and a half-vamp/werewolf father, Trystan protests a lot that he's no "longtooth" as his race is wont to name vampire-kind. Enter Alexis, who's rare for her br
May Mostly Romance
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Linda Baker
I was pleased to get the galley of Forever Werewolf by Michelle Hauf through netgalley as Ms. Hauf is an author I had never read previously. The novel is actually two stories in one, Forever Werewolf and Moon Kissed so I will review both here.

Forever Werewolf is the story of Tryst, a lone wolf, and Alexis, the Princess of her Pack. Both have secrets that they are hiding. Alexis has never shifted and Tryst is half-vampire. While Tryst is making a delivery to the ailing Alpha of Alexis' Pack an av
Forever Werewolf by Michele Hauf is really a compilation of 2 books: Forever Werewolf and Moon Kissed.

Forever Werewolf is kind of a sweet love story between a werewolf, Alexis, and a werewolf/vampire, Trystan. It's almost a Romeo and Juliet set up. Alexis belongs to a pack and is the leader's daughter and acts as if second in command while her father is so very ill. Trystan's family is on it's own since his mother is a vampire and his father is a werewolf and he has acted as courier to bring so
I really enjoyed this unique look at wolf shifters. Having a ski lodge, that's also part Castle is amazing. What a great idea for a book setting.

The author has an amazing way with words, I was easily able to imagine the scenes as I read along with the story. The characters all had great depth, realistic emotions and reactions (for werewolves), and I loved the chaos of the love triangle, or was it quadrangle?

I think Tryst's vampire heritage added a great quality to the story. I loved how even th
Forever Werewolf: Forever Werewolf\Moon Kissed by Michele Hauf
Two books are better than one. I am going to review Forever Wolf here than go ahead and read Moon Kissed ane review after.
Forever Werewolf
Is a hot book. Thier are a few love scenes that I skipped over my choice. Also some swearwords.
Trystan Hawkes is a good hero,brave,strong and different than most werewolves. He is sent to Castle Wulfsiege to deliver a package to the princple only. Trystan has never lived in a pack and he is
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This book contains two stories. Reviewed separately.
3 Stars... Honestly I am not sure how I felt about this story. While I wanted to know what happened and wanted to read to the end of the book I also wondered why I wanted to do that. The characters were written in such a juvenile way (especially in their speech) that I actually went back to check to see if this was YA, which it was not. The sex scenes later would give that away. The story
This was a Harlequin Nocturne 2 Books in One feature. It’s the first one that I’ve read, although I do have one on my bookshelf that I haven’t opened yet. The two books weren’t connected but the mythology of Hauf’s ‘creatures’ was basically the same in each. I didn’t realize when I requested this one from NetGalley that Moon Kissed wasn’t the first book in it’s series and at least one character in Forever Werewolf is featured in a previous book. Even so, I didn’t have any profound feeling that I ...more
Angie ~aka Reading Machine~
I entered a giveaway contest for this book and very surprised that I won. My book was signed by the author and also got nifty bookmark for a book called Dark Rapture by Michele Hauf which I'll definitely check into getting. This book includes a bonus book called Moon Kissed (Wicked Games, #2) (Harlequin Nocturne, #72) by Michele Hauf. Here are my thoughts for both books:

Forever Werewolf~

Alexis(Lexi) Conner, princess of Alpine Pack, she's considered a very cold and aloof person that all members of Alpine Pack give her a wide berth. She's hiding a secret that makes her feel like an outcast fro
I picked this up because A) I love werewolves B) it came with 2 books about werewolves and C) who needs a C when you have werewolves!

So that being said I have reviewed only Forever Werewolf in this review and will review Moon Kissed separately in another post.

We first meet Trystan Hawkes, Tryst to his friends, when he is delivering a special package to the Principle of the Alpine Pack who has fallen ill. One of the first people he meets is Alexis Conner Princess of the pack and the castle (did

The first thing to say about the two stories contained in this book, because they are actually two novellas, is that of two of don't make a whole one.
You can tell from this that I didn't enjoy the book too much, but let's speak separately of the two stories.

FOREVER WEREWOLF: Alexis Conner is the Princess of the Alpine pack, despite being the daughter of alpha, she lives a solitary life inside the pack due to a terrible secret that prevents her from being a normal element of the werewolves. A bea
Maria Mercedes The Oracle Reviews
Forever Werewolf: Forever Werewolf\Moon Kissed
Michele Hauf
File Size: 655 KB
Print Length: 576 pages
Publisher: Harlequin Nocturne (October 1, 2012)

This is two stories for the price of one. Forever Werewolf seems to be a new release. It’s the story of Alexis Conner daughter of the principle of the Alpine pack who has been considered defective by her back for her inability to shift and Trystan Hawkes a wolf of mixed heritage and an unaligned wolf. Who would ever think that a deadly avalanche c

Alexis Conner, princess of the Alpine pack and pureblood werewolf, hides a painful secret-she has never shifted. If she can’t shift, she can’t mate, and so Lexi resigned herself to a lifetime of loneliness. But then a stranger arrives, and Lexi senses that her world will never be the same….

A massive avalanche might be to blame for Trystan Hawkes getting stuck at Castle Wulfsiege, but after one look at Lexi, Trystan is not about to leave. Lexi is strong, smart and incredibly sexy
Cyn Armistead
Full disclosure: I was given a copy of this book to review. I'm glad I didn't buy it. I imagine I might have been harsher.

In Forever Werewolf, Tryst is just delivering a package to Wulfsiege on behalf of his father's security company when he gets trapped there by an avalanche. He doesn't mind, though, because the recipient of that package has a luscious daughter, Lexi.

Female werewolves are rare, and those few are protected like the precious treasures they are. Even though Tryst wasn't brought u
Forever Werewolf: Forever Werewolf\Moon Kissed
by Michele Hauf


5 stars

Alexis Conner, princess of the Alpine pack and pureblood werewolf, hides a painful secret-she has never shifted. If she can’t shift, she can’t mate, and so Lexi resigned herself to a lifetime of loneliness. But then a stranger arrives, and Lexi senses that her world will never be the same….

A massive avalanche might be to blame for Trystan Hawkes getting stuck at Castle Wulfsiege, but af
Forever Werewolf - 4 stars I know there were some mixed reviews, but I really liked this. I loved that although the characters were drawn to each other initially, they followed a normal get-to-know-each-other pattern and really learned who the other was before falling in love. They each had a personal issue they needed to overcome/deal with, and I thought those were handled well. All the characters were well developed. For example Alana, who I wanted to hate because she's a spoiled brat, I could ...more
Amelia Elizabeth
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This is a 2 in 1 sort of yummy deal, so in case you're wondering, I'm giving the first story, Forever Werewolf , a 4 butterflies rating, and the second, Moon Kissed, a 3 and something but not quite 4 butterflies rating. Overall, a 4.

Now, both of the stories revolve around werewolves with a sprinkle of vampire too. The author has a world that makes sense and that both reads fall into, though in different ways. Both worlds show some kind of a struggle between the two kinds of paranormals, werewolv
Heather Boustead
Forever Werewolf:
Forever Werewolf and Moon Kissed
By Michele Hauf

On occasion Harlequin publishing house offers a two for one book deal, this book is one of those occasions so to make it easier not only on myself but also for everyone who reads my reviews I will write a separate review for each book. I hope you all enjoy!

Forever Werewolf:

Trystan Hawkes has been tasked by his father to deliver an important package to the pack leader, “principal” in this case, at Castle Wulfsiege. Shortly after he
Michele Hauf’s latest book comes with a copy of one of her older werewolf novels. At first I wasn’t all that impressed with Forever Werewolf, but by the time I finished Moon Kissed, it made the first novel look like a masterpiece. I suppose that means she’s improved in some areas, but unfortunately there are still many areas she needs to work on.

First, we’ll cover Forever Werewolf. The premise started out slow, with about twenty pages of environment description, Trystan backstory, and world buil
Kathie (katmom)
Thank you NetGalley and Harlequin for allowing me to read an ARC of this book.

This is two books in one, and I'm glad because that tempered my rating to a huge degree.

Book one, Forever Werewolf gets a ONE STAR from me. This rarely happens. If I hadn't read an ARC that somewhat requires a review, I would have passed on saying anything.

I love werewolves and vampires, still not even remotely tired of that genre. But this story had so many plot holes, lost plot threads and just plain "What the heck"
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