Tuesday, April 16, 2024

Book Review: Long Distance Wolf by Rose Bak


Book Description

He’s the right wolf at the wrong time…

Connie Lucero has just turned eighteen and is looking forward to escaping her small-town, going to college in the big city, traveling the world, and having adventures. When she meets her fated mate at a party, she knows she had no choice but to reject him before she ends up mated and pregnant.

Andy Galina moved to the shifter town of Greysden for a new job, but it’s not long before his wolf locks onto the beautiful younger woman they’re meant to be with forever. He’s stunned when Connie tells him she has no interest in being his mate. He knows that his independent mate needs some time to find herself and make her own way in the world, but his wolf has other ideas.

Can their love survive a long separation?

“Long Distance Wolf” is a prequel short story that’s part of the “Bite-Sized Shifters” paranormal romantic comedy series. Each book in the series is standalone that can be read in a few hours, and features a mature couple, steamy scenes, a lot of fur and claws, and a guaranteed HEA.

My Review

Connie is just now 18 years old and she knows what she wants to do with her life. The most important thing is to go to college and get her degree and nothing is going to stop her, not even meeting her mate. Connie and Andy are both wolf shifters and after they meet each other, Andy thinks he can just decree that she is his mate and they will live happily ever after. But that's not what Connie wants and she rejects him as a mate. 

He's so confused and surprised that his mate rejects him that he goes to talk to her and they decide to stay friends for now and she'll go off to college and hopefully one day Connie will feel differently about him. 

This is a very short novella prequel for the Bite Sized Shifters series and after reading this, I will be reading more of this series. This book definitely intrigued me enough to want to read more of this series now. 

I give this book 4 out of 5 stars. 


  1. I am really pleased that this book tempted you to keep reading. And pleased that Andy doesn't force the issue.

  2. Good of her to say no then

  3. Nice that the prequel gave you a good sampling of the author's writing and the plot so that it hooked you in.

  4. Oh I love when I get a prequel Mary. Looks like a good read

  5. Sounds like a good lead in to what could be a very fun series.

  6. Glad you enjoyed it and a good series is always fun!

  7. Good for her for deciding her own fate!

  8. Pleased you enjoyed it.

    All the best Jan


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