QUEERWOLF by Rob Rosen
Queerwolf by Rob Rosen
Reviewed by Lisa
From accountant Blake Henry’s point of view it’s got to be the worst or weirdest, maybe both, day in his life. He woke up nude, laying in a puddle of blood on the ferry no less, without any recollection of how he got there. Yep, bad day for sure.
The only break in the otherwise extremely crappy day is when Blake manages to get home to his apartment building the sexy neighbor on the second floor takes pity on him and helps him out. Blake’s had his eye on hospital lab tech Ted Destry for awhile, but until life went down the toilet Blake had barely spoken to Ted.
It is lucky for Blake that Ted is willing to lend a hand so that together they can figure out what’s going on because the more they do learn the more bizarre it gets. Bizarre, as in howling at the moon, extra sharp teeth, and furry all over. There are lots of strange things in San Francisco but this stuff? Yikes.
Cleverly presented in 1st person point of view, QueerWolf treats readers to Blake’s irreverent, witty verbal soundtrack as he attempts to unravel the craziness his life has become. Intriguing twists and interesting characters also spice up the wild ride that is QueerWolf. Fast paced dialogue and an original plotline, as well as Blake and his honey Ted’s totally hot sexual encounters set QueerWolf above the crowd. Light hearted, yet just the right amount of added mystery, QueerWolf is pure delight.