Tore Vargr finds his world turned upside down when he is forced to choose between the love of his life and the life he loves.
He chooses Annike, disrespects his brother, Erik, and sets off a chain of events that shape his life in a way he could never have imagined.
Outlawed from his clan, Tore embraces his new responsibilities of father and protector as he carves out a new life in a human world. But a jealous brother has a long memory and Erik is nothing if not patient when it comes to exacting revenge. When Tore’s past catches up with his present, he has to learn to pull from an inner strength.
The Wolf You Feed is one revision away from being a great read for Lycan lovers, but I couldn’t get past the one-dimensional characters.
Essentially, we don’t have characters; we have tropes. The main character, Tore, is a Strong Dutiful Man™. His mate Annike is a Devoted Girlfriend™. Tore’s father and brother are a pair of Big Bads™. That’s all they bring to the table – no depth of personality, no deep dark desires and fears, just face-value adjectives instead of more realistic shades of gray.
The plot is suspenseful and romantic, and with more fleshed-out characters, The Wolf You Feed would be hard to put down. For now, though, I have to pass.