Review: Dance to the Wolf (Tull Pride #1) by H.C. Brown

October 19, 2013 Review 2

Review: Dance to the Wolf (Tull Pride #1) by H.C. Brown

Sold as a pleasure slave to a werewolf, Eton’s survival depends on the love of Raz. Can the tiger shifter rescue him before certain death on the full moon?

 

In love with a slave from another realm, the Tull Alpha, Raz, plans to free Eton and take him for his lover. However, politics cause a delay and Raz arrives late at the auction to find Eton’s master has sold the handsome young man as a pleasure slave.

 

Six months later, Raz discovers Eton dancing to entice customers in the infamous Den of Depravity at Tennabolt Gate. The knowledge that the Beast of Darktrees, has bought Eton for his own form of wickedness throws Raz into an impossible position. To rescue his young man means war between the shifters and the werewolves. He must regain Eton’s affection because his love is all the slave has to sustain him in the hands of the Lycaon.

 

Reader Advisory: This book contains forced, non-consensual sex, whipping, prostitution, torture and voyeurism.

Title: Dance to the Wolf
Author: H.C. Brown
Other books by this author that we've reviewed: Stalked
Series: Tull Pride
Published by Total-e-Bound Publishing
Source: Author
Published: September 6th 2013
Genres: Erotic Paranormal Romance, M/M Erotica
Pages: 159
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Stars: three-stars

Eton has been a slave since he was two. Raz is the Supreme Alpha. They shouldn’t be in love but they are. Raz plans to free Eton and take him for his own but politics get in the way and Raz arrives too late to purchase Eton. After six months searching, Raz finally finds Eton sold to be a pleasure slave in the infamous Den of Depravity. Raz tries to purchase and free Eton yet he finds that once again he is too late. Eton has been sold only this time to the Beast of Darktrees. To rescue Eton means Raz will have to risk it all including starting a war between the shifters and the werewolves

Raz may have been the Supreme Alpha of the Cat in the story, to me he was kind of Meh. Truly, I was not impressed with his leadership skills. You would think of Eton was his mate he would have moved heaven and earth to find and rescue him. As for Eton, you would think if he had spent six miserable months being sexually used and abused, he would be a bit more traumatized. As for the sex between Raz and Eton, I found it very well written and a pleasure to read. Is it wrong that my favorite character of the book was the bad guy, Alverez.

As a M/M erotic PNR this is a fairly good book. It was just the shoddy actions and reactions of the characters I didn’t care for. That said, and one who likes cat shifters in their PNR will enjoy Dance to the Wolf.

Dance to the Wolf


2 Responses to “Review: Dance to the Wolf (Tull Pride #1) by H.C. Brown”

  1. Sophia Rose

    Ah, characters who act differently from what you’re told they are does throw one off. Calling someone an alpha doesn’t make them an alpha if their actions are weak and calling someone abused and them not acting like it makes you wonder too. Thanks for sharing your honest thoughts.