Remy’s Painter(Werewolves of Manhatten#2)
Ian Sullivan needs money and he requires it sooner rather than later. Due to circumstances created by his brother’s gambling and father’s abuse, a local mobster is threatening him to the tune of five thousand dollars. Finding work is paramount, so hopefully the interview he’s lined up will garner him the job he desperately needs. Remy Clavier. a loup garou, is shocked to the core when Ian shows up as the painter bidding for the renovation of his home. He’s finally found his mate and will do anything for him including taking on Sal Ferrara the mobster gunning for Ian. Taking care of that problem might prove easier than getting his precious mate to love him and his wolf.
This is the second book in the Werewolves of Manhatten series. The overall story, although not as engaging as it’s predecessor, is quite enjoyable. The characters are nicely developed, you really get a good feel for this loup garou society the author has created. Ian and Remy have a believable relationship with a slow build-up to romance even with the mating call so present. A nice treat was seeing Sean and Armand from the previous book. The blending of characters added the needed content to make this story go the distance. At any rate the story fared well without a lot of graituous sex as unneccesary filler. It was a pretty good romantic read. I like this series and look forward to the next one.