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The Wolf and His Diva

3.52  ·  Rating Details ·  84 Ratings  ·  25 Reviews
George Owens is comfortable with his life just the way it is. A wolf- and fox-shifter, George leads a reclusive lifestyle with his energetic and diva-ish mate Billy, a fox- and squirrel-shifter.

George has no desire to take over leadership of the pack, despite his father’s wishes. Edward Owens is feeling his age and wants to make sure the pack is in good hands should he no
ebook, 216 pages
Published March 12th 2014 by Dreamspinner Press (first published March 11th 2014)
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Riina Y.T.
`•..• º ..•`SUPER SWEET; SWEET! `•..• º ..•`

Ohh, this was a wonderful read! Made my sappy self very very happy! :)
Billy and George were all kinds of adorable, funny, hot and sexy!

Just,.... so much LOVE..

George and Billy are already mated when we meet them, they live together and are happily in love with each other. Changes are constantly being thrown in their way, and it will test their love and bond every now and then.

The main plot evolves around George, who is already in his forties and th
Caroline Brand

3.75 Stars

George was settled in his life and almost a confirmed bachelor up until a year ago when he met the love of his life and his mate Billy. George is a wolf shifter and sometimes a fox shifter and although his father is Alpha he has no interest in the pack preferring to live a quiet and more private life.
Billy is younger than George and full of energy. He is a fox shifter and also a squirrel shifter. The flamboyant young man is known for his diva moments and
Nikyta *Miss Forgetful*
This review can be found at The Blogger Girls review site.

When a few of my friends learned that I was reading this story, they asked me “What does it mean that they’re a fox/wolf (or fox/squirrel) shifter?” Well, for anyone else wondering, it means that each shifter has two forms they can shift into. George, as a wolf and fox shifter, can turn into a wolf or he can turn into a fox whenever he likes. Same for Billy except his two forms are a fox and a squirrel (an adorable squirrel, too!).

Now, th
Sep 06, 2015 Tj rated it liked it
Shelves: have, read-2014
This is a sweet, syrupy love story. The story starts with an established couple. The author made a bit of an error for me in the beginning by dumping me into a story already underway. It took some time for me to "find my feet" with the plot/story line.

The characters are super cute and soooo in love. It was a little over the top but sweet. The whole of the plot line seemed to be the two finding their true place in the world. The whole of the book was super shallow. I felt like there really was s
Rainbow Gold Reviews
Oct 09, 2016 Rainbow Gold Reviews rated it really liked it
I was surprised by this book. I really thought that once I started reading it, it was going to move in a completely different direction than the one it ended up taking. Either way would have been good and I was glad that I chose this book to review.

George was my least favorite character in this book. I know that some people would disagree with that, but I like my alpha wolves to be more in tune with their destinies. It wasn’t that he just didn’t want to be the leader of the pack, because he had
Tori Thompson
May 05, 2014 Tori Thompson rated it liked it
I’m having a hard time with this review…. This was a cute story, but I just didn’t get much out of it, unfortunately. When I’m reading a book I look at the story, the characters, the writing, and the connection between the characters. I don’t have to like all of those aspects to enjoy a book, but I need to like some. But with this one I didn’t like enough of the parts to make it work for me. Others may like it just fine, I have read other books similar to this one, and had the same issue, so it ...more
Sep 16, 2014 GayListBookReviews rated it liked it

A sweet and charming shifter love story.

These guys are really in love. Like gooey, overwhelming, crazy in love. And they tell each other all about it all of the time. It is really sweet and a little silly, and very nice.

George is big and outdoorsy and loves to spend time as his wolf or fox. He is a lot older than his mate and while that has given him the benefit of experience and a true appreciation of his lovely mate and the blessing that he is, it also makes him a little nervous. He truly lo
Ang -PNR Book Lover Reviews
Apr 07, 2016 Ang -PNR Book Lover Reviews rated it really liked it
Wolf and his diva
by Chris T. Kat

George and Billy who have been mates for a little while now… so we have an already established couple *SCORE* #angfriendly

Back to my thoughts on the story. Their lives seem pretty simple and cute, apart from George arguing with his dad about taking over the pack as the leader.

George doesn’t want to that, he would rather live his life as it is, but certain things happen that push poor George to make a decision.

I love the paranormal genre, what I also love is the s
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There are a lot of things going on in The Wolf And His Diva. For one thing, we already have an established couple when the story begins. The author wonderfully establishes how these two came to be as a couple throughout the whole book. She did not just dump a back story in one page, instead she gradually inserted it throughout the events that unfolded.

George is a shifter, and so is Billy. They are not the usual shifters we are used to,
Kelly H. (Maybedog)
3.5 stars

I didn't like Billy at all at first. He was just whiny and bratty and seemed to be taking George for granted. George was overly emotional and freaked out about something happening to Billy.

Billy got better though and they were very sweet together. But there was no plot for a long time. They inserted the "I don't want to be alpha thing" after a while but it was superficial while we followed then through their days and their love and their having sex etc. it was incredibly sweet but also
3.5 Stars

So I really enjoyed Parts I & II but by the time we got to Part III it just felt like we were replaying some of the same scenes over and over. Billy really is a diva, but not one you will hate, I kinda loved him a whole lot and he shifts into a fox or a squirrel

The shifter side was interesting because both men can shift into 2 different forms (wolf/fox & fox/squirrel), I loved the scenes where George was a wolf and Billy was a squirrel hanging onto George's ears while they ran t
Cookie Moretti
Dec 18, 2014 Cookie Moretti rated it liked it
Cute story, very sweet. As a romantic I love the MCs connection. Twu wuv.

But...yes but. I can't help feeling, as I was reading, that there should have been a book before this one. I felt like I was reading the sequel to George and Billys story. Certain things were mentioned, like they met over a year ago...billy learning that his second form a month was all told just like that as if the reader should have known this and didn't need more how the heck did they meet?

Billys f
george fell in love with bill at first sight and they've been living together ever since. george is a wolf/fox shifter, but billy is a fox/squirrel shifter, and george's pack doesn't approve. george's father wants george to take over the pack, but with no one really accepting billy, george pretty much refuses to have anything to do with his pack. when his father is killed, george and billy have to decide whether or not they will take on the pack to save it from outside attempts at takin
Joyfully Jay
Apr 18, 2014 Joyfully Jay rated it really liked it
Shelves: jay
A Joyfully Jay review.

3.75 stars

So my favorite thing about this story is the unique take on the shifter world. We get so many interesting ideas here and a lot of creativity from Kat. First off, I loved that George and Billy are already mates when the story begins. It is not that common in romance land to have characters in a pre-existing relationship, especially in a story where most of the conflict is external to them. It is almost unheard of in a shifter story, where the focus is so often on t
Dee Wy
Jan 02, 2016 Dee Wy rated it liked it
Shelves: m-m, m-m-paranormal
I'm being generous in giving this story 3 stars, as I found it a bit tedious at times and found myself skimming. I read this for a challenge so made myself finish. Would have been so much better if we didn't start the story with the characters in an already established relationship as mates. Missed the romance part. I truly love the cover art though. Beautifully done.
Aug 31, 2014 Yi1ian rated it really liked it
It was a different twist starting the story in the middle with a couple who had already become mates. After about a year, they still had so much to learn about each other.

Sweet story - interesting idea.
Kristy Maitz
Mar 23, 2014 Kristy Maitz rated it it was ok
When I start reading that book my first thought was - WTF where is the previous story.

Story plots starts with both main character already being a couple and that sucks. BIG TIME.

So that book is boring.
May 07, 2014 Michael rated it really liked it
Shelves: 1-own-ebook
The Wolf and His Diva was just a fun read. Not serious, deep or angsty, just fun. It's probably more like a 3.5 star but the dialogue between George and Billy made me round it up.
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Chris T. Kat lives in the middle of Europe, together with her husband of many years and their two children. She stumbled upon the M/M genre by luck and was swiftly drawn into it. She divides her time between work, her family—which includes chasing after escaping horses and lugging around huge instruments such as a harp—and writing. She enjoys a variety of genres, such as mystery/suspense, ...more
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