REVIEW: Dancing on the Wind by Charlotte Boyett-Compo from Ellora’s Cave

Title: Dancing on the Wind
Author: Charlotte Boyett-Compo
Publisher: Ellora’s Cave
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Genre: Werewolf
Rating: S-ensuous
Publication date: April 2008
ISBN: 9781419915178
Length: Super Plus Novel
Format: e-book
Reviewer: WitchGiggles

Keenan McCullough, agent and psychic, unfortunately completely human, is assigned to partner with an Alpha bad ass everyone else is afraid of. He’s just not as bad as he thinks he is; or at least not with her. She’s simply not prepared for this overwhelming urge to eat him like a chocolate bar every time they get close to one another. Not to mention it’s interfering with their mission.

What happens when the company’s biggest, baddest agent bonds with the psychic human assigned to partner him? Other than staying perpetually aroused, jealous, and mad as hell at the boss who set them up? Try to concentrate on his assignment, ignore his erection, reconcile himself to becoming monogamous and get to know the woman driving him out of his mind.

Wow, science fiction, fantasy and myth mixed with science fact in a contemporary setting full of intrigue, murder, betrayal, mythological beings and some really exciting lovemaking. I found the blending of fact and fiction a bit smoother than I thought it might be while the plot twists were enough to keep the biggest mystery fan happy. It was overall a read that is worth a re-visit.


Author: Sassy Brit, Author Assistant

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