• The Wizard Wolf

  • WindWard Triad, Book 1
  • By: Noah Harris
  • Narrated by: Kevin Earlywine
  • Length: 6 hrs and 5 mins
  • 4.4 out of 5 stars (40 ratings)

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Publisher's Summary

Nothing could’ve prepared Kell for the strange new world of magic and shifters...and discovering he’s the Windward! Sure, stranger things have happened...but to him?

Keller Thorne, graduate of the school of hard knocks, expected life to be tough but he never expected to be swept off his feet by a handsome alpha shifter. 

Johnny Oaks, a Brit living in Boston, has chosen the reclusive life of an outcast werewolf practicing hedge magic. As a Child of the Moon, he split from the witches while his childhood friend, Ash, chose their side. A betrayal he can never forget. 

The Vigil is out to eliminate anyone who isn’t human and Kell’s their next target. But he can’t pry himself away from Johnny, even with the world against them. The alpha seems to have taken a liking to Kell’s stubborn streak. 

Learning he is a Child of the Moon, Kell must embrace his role as the Windward. His fate split between the wolves and witches; will his stormy nature be enough? As for Johnny, resisting his alpha instincts might be too much when Kell blooms into an omega. 

Enter a world of sensuality, intrigue, and powerful shifters. The Wizard Wolf is a stand-alone M/M romance in the breathtaking WindWard triad series. Prepare yourself for steamy love affairs that will leave your heart racing. 18+ only please.

©2020 Noah Harris (P)2019 Books Unite People

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Ready for next!

Plot: Magic, Witches, Wolf-shifters, prophecy, special child, Alpha/Omega, mpreg in theory

Feels: anticipation

Drama: some angst regarding mates

Heat: 2/5

Characters: tons of references to Ash, which makes you wonder

Pacing: fast action

Length: tease

Ending: couple’s romance has HFN, story is TBC

Performance: Kevin Earlywine is a great narrator! Very clear and concise with diction, no over-the-top acting, and a very soothing British accent.

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Just not Engaging...

I really wanted to like this. I love a good series with characters I get to know, ex: Darkling Mage, Lazarus Codex and especially the Dresden stories by Jim Butcher. This was just too many long verbose passages of it's whiny protagonist's repetitive moaning about his past life, inability to trust and being misunderstood. He meets his savior early enough, but then that guy goes on and on hinting about the hidden world they are going to enter and his sad background. Don't get me wrong, I would enjoy some exposition. This is just endless exposition with very little action, and the protagonist going into a snit every time his hero expresses something in a way he doesn't like. Too many brief, petulant arguments followed by explanations, followed by "Oh, that's OK then." This never feels like strong, active characters beginning an exciting relationship in a newly expanding world, which is what I was hoping for in a wizard/werewolf supernatural story.

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The start of a great series.

Reviewer: Teresa Fallen Angel

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Keller’s life has never been easy. Growing up in the foster care world was bad enough, but it seemed misfortune all followed him around. Bad things happened in his presence leaving him to take the blame. In all that time he only had one friend Carson who stayed by him even after he was adopted. The years were hard leaving Keller on the outside watching others lives pass him by until the day he was attacked and he ran into Johnny, a man with very interesting abilities like hiding in plain sight. You see there is more to the world than Keller ever thought and he is about to enter the paranormal world where anything is possible. Keller and Johnny embark on journey that will lead them through a fight between paranormal societies, possible death form a group that hates all paranormal beings, but most important a chance at a love they both hunger for above all else.

This was a wonderful start to an intricate and creative new series brought to life in Audio-book format.

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Interesting dynamic...

This was an interesting story. There was a lot of education needed to understand the dynamics of this story and how it was applicable to individuals. The Vigil and the warring factions of the Children of the Moon and the emergence of the Windward was interesting and at times, intriguing. Though I enjoyed learning about Keller and Johnny and one hoped for a HEA...I will be interested to see where this goes in the next part of the series. The story was pretty good...

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Wolves and Witches togther

Well written and performed, Look forward to the rest of the series. Wolves and Witches make interesting bedfellows!

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Nice New Spin

A nice new spin werewolves and witches. Interesting characters as well. amit certainly is a beginning to what sounds like an epic series.

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intriguing

what's story very well put together and nice character building. the pace go smoothly even the intense part suck you in and you feel it. overall fantastic

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Imagine!!!

Oracles, fantasy, and love foretold!! What could be more enchanting and romantic??? This was an amazing journey I was happy to be a part of. Check it out. You won't be disappointed! I voluntarily listened to a free copy of this and am giving an honest review. The narrator did a great job.

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Great listen.

Thisnis a great start of this new series. Johnny and Kell's story is a entertaining listen. I like see where these characters are coming from, how they met and watching their relationship grow. This story has some action, danger, magic and love. Kevin Earlywine does a good job with the narration. I just got more pulled into the story. I can't wait to hear more about the next one.

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  • Faye K
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🎧Loved this one..❤

Narrated Kevin Earlywine
🎧 5 stars. I loved this narrative different vocals were beautifully used. The brittish voice of Johnny was gorgeous.
📕 4 stars.. A great story for love and paranormal begins against each other. The covern at war with the Vigial people with Johnny and Kell on the outskirts. But trouble comes for both mcs and their lives at stake.

Kell was a people watcher studying there behaviours as a foster kid now an adult. When confronted with attackers he runs he's used to strange things happening and forewarning.

Johnny was a wolf witch being at the right place for Keller, and scented someone he liked. The Vigial wee after Kell but Kell didn't know about magic's and such.