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Wehr Wolff Castle

(Wehr Wolff Chronicles #1)

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During the rise of Nazi Germany, Hagen Messer joins the Royal Air Force as an American soldier who specializes in tracking. He’s attached to British commandos and given a seemingly simple mission—to find a captive and destroy a dam—but everything goes awry. Hagen’s plane crashes into Germany’s Wehr Forest and he has to use his extrasensory abilities to track the captive to ...more
ebook, 421 pages
Published July 24th 2017 by NineStar Press
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Jason Bradley
Nazi werewolves, 'nuff said! ...more
Don Bradshaw
Intriguing spin on a WWII spy story. Good characters, a lot of action.
Elaine White
Book – Wehr Wolff Castle (Wehr Wolff Chronicles #1)
Author – B. Bentley Summers
Star rating - ★★★★★
Pages – 331
Cover – Stunning!
POV – 3rd person, one character
Would I read it again – Yes!!!
Genre – LGBT, Horror, Paranormal, Historical


** I WAS GIVEN THIS BOOK FOR MY READING PLEASURE **
Reviewed for Divine Magazine


Wow! This was incredible!

Now, let's get the warnings out of the way. The book comes with the following warnings: this book contains scenes of graphic violence. Well, yup it does. It's a Horro
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UnusualChild{beppy}
5 stars

Hager is a US citizen who joins the RAF as a specialized tracker. Although he had been promised one position, he is assigned to a secret mission in Germany. Hagen grew up in Germany, so he knew the language. When the bomber goes off course, they actually end up in the part of Germany where Hagen grew up before they moved to the US. The bomber encounters stiff resistance, with most of the team being killed, although the plane crew and the scientist who is along for the ride end up still al
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Joyfully Jay
Aug 24, 2017 rated it liked it
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A Joyfully Jay review.

3.5 stars


Hagan is unquestionably the main feature in this story. We see him evolve dramatically on page. During his introduction, we see a fresh-eyed young man just out of boot camp sent to help the war effort—ostensibly as an interpreter (the author is wrong when referring to the overt on page situations where Hagen uses his oral languages skills as “translation” and this irritated the bejeezus out of this trained interpreter). He comes across as sweet and somewhat naive,
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Kaleigh
Feb 05, 2018 rated it did not like it
I enjoy historical fiction (especially if it’s during the early to mid-20th century) with a supernatural twist thrown in. The fact that this had an lgbtq romance just made the idea of this story all the more enticing. So, it was a real disappointment that this book fell flat in a lot of areas.
One of it’s biggest faults was the lack of developed characters; and that included the main ones. Everyone was very one dimensional and denoted to their surface roles (hero, love interest, bully, power hun
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HerUgliness
Jul 31, 2019 rated it it was ok
I give two stars for cretaivity - Nazis, werwolfes, MM romance, an unusual mix you don't see often. But sadly the book fails in too many other aspects, mostly character development. I don't even understand why Hagen falls for Liam. They had known each other for, what, 3 days? They spent one evening together and other than that exchanged maybe 20 sentences. Sure, that's more than enough for a crush, but love? Their relationship development was non existing and to me it felt that it just kind of c ...more
Nannette
Aug 08, 2018 rated it really liked it
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Wehr Wolff Castle by B. Bentley Summers caught my attention on Netgalley. It was set in WWII and involved werewolves somehow (Wehr Wolff gave it away). I had really enjoyed another WWII werewolf story, The Wolf's Hour, so I decided to try this one. I am glad I did. It was an enjoyable read.

The main character. Hagen, is an American who joins the Royal Air forces. As a trained paratrooper who is fluent in German and an expert tracker, he has a lot to offer. His tracking abilities border on the sup
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Amanda
I should have done research on the author before diving into this book, so maybe I could have been prepared. I didn't hate the book, but I'm also not going to read it again. It was incredibly violent to the point of being gratuitous. Some people are into that, but I am not.
I enjoyed the idea, a group of soldiers in WWII stumble across something supernatural in Nazi Germany and go through hell trying to put a stop to it. I would have loved this book if there wasn't so many chapters of detailed d
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Anewbold62
Aug 09, 2020 rated it really liked it
Another interesting shift in werewolf storytelling — a nice shift from today’s typical romanced approach. Set in Nazi Germany, it’s another tale of werewolf powers, experimentation and the role of lycanthropy in an historical setting. If you’re not into the genre, don’t read it. If you are, enjoy. Oh, and a gay protagonist! Who knew! Score one for us gays!
Damian Serbu
Apr 11, 2018 rated it really liked it
This is a DARK read! But I don't mean that as a negative, because I like horror, and how could you write about the Nazis without it being gruesome? With an original storyline and mysterious werewolves, Summers takes you on a wild adventure with tons of action, loads of scares, and somehow manages to layer a nice romance on top of it. ...more
Lisa Elizabeth
This book had a good premise, but the writing failed to deliver. Also there were some pretty big errors that could quickly be solved by a Google. The Nazis would never eat German Chocolate Cake. Errors like that suggest a lack of research or an editing oversight.
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Alexis
Mar 18, 2018 rated it it was ok
An interesting premise, but not too historically accurate from what I can remember about World War II. It's a decent horror book, if not a bit violent for some tastes. Not for everyone for sure, but it may appeal to Saw fans with historical interests. ...more
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Bryce is professionally a psychologist who has worked mainly with veterans and provides LGBT consultation. He writes across multiple genres in both YA and Adult, his works including Sci-Fi, Dark Fantasy, Horror, and even Romance.. For those individuals seeking a niche with extra spice and erotica, Bryce also writes gay fiction romances that range in levels of darkness. His Wehr Wolff Castle: The W ...more

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