Book Review: Vampires Never Cry Wolf by Sara Humphreys


So Vampires Never Cry Wolf was another one of the Buy 2 Get a 3rd FREE books that I bought from Books A Million. I really enjoyed this novel. It’s an easy read. I’d say that it had a pretty good balance between sex and story plot like any other romance novel. I would also say that sex, lust, very strong feelings of attraction were a main focus for the book though. It’s not that I didn’t like it, it was just that I saw so much more potential with the story line than the two main characters just having the hots for each other.51hjpUwmVOL._SY344_BO1,204,203,200_

Of course there was also the Juliet and Romeo story plot with the two species having a strong vendetta against each other for the last millennia. I enjoyed how she solved that problem and how it there were somethings left unresolved. I have recently realized, during the brainstorming of my new novel, that a great number of books that have complete resolution at the end. Most romance novels have everything figured out by the time the last page rolls around. This family member is no longer estranged, the couple will live happily ever after, the mystery has been uncovered and brought to justice; etc. I have found that as long as our couple has had some sort of agreement, head nod, potential smiling or continuation of the relationship we are happy. I like how Humphreys left some things to be worked out after the book has already finished. She gave some in-depth explanations as to how their lives could be solved but they are still based on several in the future decisions each character would have to make later on after the pages are over. I admire her writing style in this sense. Way to go, Humphreys!

I’ve seen the it is apart of a book series! I’m sure you will encounter Sadie and Killian in another novel as well, don’t miss them too much! I definitely recommend you read this novel if you are new to the vampire crave and want to add a little wolf action to your story.


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