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What happens when a predator falls for his prey? Bounty hunting is the perfect job for a maverick wolf; flexible hours, decent pay, the thrill of the chase. But Everett never counted on a doe stopping him in his furry tracks. Dawn was a prisoner of Mastermind and ended up experimented on, against her wishes. On the run from Furry United Coalition agents, she ends up in the a What happens when a predator falls for his prey? Bounty hunting is the perfect job for a maverick wolf; flexible hours, decent pay, the thrill of the chase. But Everett never counted on a doe stopping him in his furry tracks. Dawn was a prisoner of Mastermind and ended up experimented on, against her wishes. On the run from Furry United Coalition agents, she ends up in the arms—and bed—of a lupine bounty hunter. Instinct tells her to run when she gets a chance because everyone knows not to trust the big, bad wolf, but her heart begs her to stay. When the result of genetics gone wrong rears its mutated head and threatens both of their lives, will they manage to survive and discover if a wolf deserves a happily ever after?


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What happens when a predator falls for his prey? Bounty hunting is the perfect job for a maverick wolf; flexible hours, decent pay, the thrill of the chase. But Everett never counted on a doe stopping him in his furry tracks. Dawn was a prisoner of Mastermind and ended up experimented on, against her wishes. On the run from Furry United Coalition agents, she ends up in the a What happens when a predator falls for his prey? Bounty hunting is the perfect job for a maverick wolf; flexible hours, decent pay, the thrill of the chase. But Everett never counted on a doe stopping him in his furry tracks. Dawn was a prisoner of Mastermind and ended up experimented on, against her wishes. On the run from Furry United Coalition agents, she ends up in the arms—and bed—of a lupine bounty hunter. Instinct tells her to run when she gets a chance because everyone knows not to trust the big, bad wolf, but her heart begs her to stay. When the result of genetics gone wrong rears its mutated head and threatens both of their lives, will they manage to survive and discover if a wolf deserves a happily ever after?

30 review for Doe and the Wolf

  1. 4 out of 5

    Monty Cupcake ☠ Queen of Bloodshed ☠

    Short and humorous. Dawn, a were-doe with some mutations is on the run from a murderous mutated were-gecko that eats people. She's saved by a werewolf and were-sloth. Interesting were animals, no? I enjoyed seeing old characters from this series again, even if this wasn't my favorite. Short and humorous. Dawn, a were-doe with some mutations is on the run from a murderous mutated were-gecko that eats people. She's saved by a werewolf and were-sloth. Interesting were animals, no? I enjoyed seeing old characters from this series again, even if this wasn't my favorite.

  2. 4 out of 5

    Martel

    I really want to pay tribute to Abby Craden, the narrator of the series on audiobook: nobody does a "Mwhahaha" like her... ;) Extra light and super fun, this story quickly revisits a bit of all the fairytales including a big bad wolf. This time, the wolf isn't so bad. No, the bad guy morphs into giant gecko, the tree-dwelling kind if I'm not mistaken ^^'. I won't even begin about the heroine, a sweet, (just a bit genetically altered) doe shifter. If you like the kind of kinky and laugh-out-loud hu I really want to pay tribute to Abby Craden, the narrator of the series on audiobook: nobody does a "Mwhahaha" like her... ;) Extra light and super fun, this story quickly revisits a bit of all the fairytales including a big bad wolf. This time, the wolf isn't so bad. No, the bad guy morphs into giant gecko, the tree-dwelling kind if I'm not mistaken ^^'. I won't even begin about the heroine, a sweet, (just a bit genetically altered) doe shifter. If you like the kind of kinky and laugh-out-loud humor Eve Langlais specializes in, This is another winner :)

  3. 5 out of 5

    Linda (un)Conventional Bookworms

    Humorous, hot, fast-paced and with great characters that made me laugh out loud several times! This and all my other reviews are originally posted on my blog (un)Conventional Bookviews Humorous, hot, fast-paced and with great characters that made me laugh out loud several times! This and all my other reviews are originally posted on my blog (un)Conventional Bookviews

  4. 5 out of 5

    Jewlsbookblog

    Quirky characters and slapstick humor gave this story an amusing and entertaining edge.

  5. 4 out of 5

    Vanessa theJeepDiva

    Finding himself unemployed with few options to quickly become gainfully employed Everett a wolf shifter gets some financial inspiration from Dog the Bounty Hunter. Everett doesn’t follow directions well, works best on his own, and sees striking out on his as the only solution to his current money flow problems. Dawn a doe on the run wishes money was her only problem. Having been one of the unfortunate shifters that Mastermind experimented on (with some success) is running for her life. She knows Finding himself unemployed with few options to quickly become gainfully employed Everett a wolf shifter gets some financial inspiration from Dog the Bounty Hunter. Everett doesn’t follow directions well, works best on his own, and sees striking out on his as the only solution to his current money flow problems. Dawn a doe on the run wishes money was her only problem. Having been one of the unfortunate shifters that Mastermind experimented on (with some success) is running for her life. She knows that if the Furry United Coalition catches up with her she is a gonner. She also knows that the damage that the experimentation's has caused will keep her from being able to turn to her family. She also knows a wolf in sheeps clothing (oh lets face it he’s nekkid) is not one to trust. The situation is at odds with everything Dawn and Everett knows of their life. They can’t deny the attraction though. The more time they spend with each other the more difficult it becomes to keeps their hands to themselves. Everett knows she is wanted by the Furry United Coalition for a reason, he’s just yet to see it. Dawn just thinks her doe’s new feral side is attracted to the predator that the sexy wolf is. I giggled and snorted my way through Doe and the Wolf. Eve Langlais infuses her stories with the most unlikely humor. There were so many red riding hood and little pig jokes poked and prodded that I found myself with tears rolling down my face from the laughter. Fans of the series will be pleased to know that Miranda and Chase make a an obnoxiously humorous appearance. Readers that have not read any of these books will be pleased to know that they can jump right in here without any problems whatsoever. Favorite quote: Everett to Dawn in regards to lying on a wolf pelt rug. “There’s nothing better than lying atop a wolf in front of a roaring fire. Your sweating body rides me to a howling, fun conclusion.” Oh yes, Everett is a wickedly sexy wolf.

  6. 4 out of 5

    ShoSho

    This was ridiculously good, ridiculous being the keyword!

  7. 5 out of 5

    Natalie

    This review has been hidden because it contains spoilers. To view it, click here. Still has the FUC crew but not so attached. I like how the wolf is a rebel, fired from the FUC and decides to be a bounty hunter. The doe was sweet and stubborn. I liked the two of them together, the fairytale quotes and the sidekick sloth. Not so sure about the mutant gecko, or both of them relaying their grandparents advice. Next one should be interesting.

  8. 5 out of 5

    Melanie

    My review and an extended sample of the audiobook are posted at Hotlistens.com. This is the last installment of the Furry United Coalition, or at least all that is published at this time. This story is a little bit different than the previous stories in this series. Everett is a wolf, but he doesn’t always play well with others. He also feels like it is okay to bend the rules if it is for the right reasons. He does this one too many times for the higher ups at F.U.C. He gets fired. So, we fast fo My review and an extended sample of the audiobook are posted at Hotlistens.com. This is the last installment of the Furry United Coalition, or at least all that is published at this time. This story is a little bit different than the previous stories in this series. Everett is a wolf, but he doesn’t always play well with others. He also feels like it is okay to bend the rules if it is for the right reasons. He does this one too many times for the higher ups at F.U.C. He gets fired. So, we fast forward several years and now Everett is a bounty hunter. He still gets all the excitement of the hunt and still helps to get criminals off the street, but on his own terms. Dawn is one of the victims that was rescued from the Mastermind. There were experiments done on her and her doe isn’t the same as it used to be. She is hiding out in a park with a good forest. She isn’t the only one hiding out there. The problem is that one of the other victims isn’t doing a very good job of keeping a low profile. Joey is now a Godzilla-like gecko who is always hungry and also has quite the obsession with Dawn. I think this one is my favorite of the F.U.C. stories. It has some of the best giggle moments. It all starts with Everett working as a “German shepherd” with his partner, Tom who is a sloth. Dawn’s reactions are great. She hides behind trees and looks around them like you would see with a deer. Also, comments that she can’t drive because of the whole headlight thing. Tom’s laziness, as a sloth. Oh, and Chase and Miranda make an appearance, which is always a plus. I found this to be a fun series. If you’re looking for a funny, sexy shifter story, this is a great series. It is sure to make you laugh out loud more than once. I love all the different shifter species that you don’t normally see in most shifter worlds. There is some suspense, but not the main focus of the story and easy to figure out, but that’s okay with me. I’m in it for the fun-loving story. Narration Abby Craden has narrated this entire series and has done a great job. I highly recommend her as a narrator. She did a great job with the different voices of these characters and really matched their voices to their personalities. I like to thank Audible Studios for providing me with a copy of this Audiobook in exchange for an honest review.

  9. 4 out of 5

    Kaylyn

    With every book in this series Eve surprises me by how funny the characters get. I can’t imagine any other author but her saying I am going to make a sloth and a wolf business partners and best friends. The funniest part is that it works well… unless the vet puts her hands in places she shouldn’t. Poor Everett. Dawn is another victim of the Mastermind. She escaped from FUC and it deemed dangerous. She goes out of her way to save Everett and then tries to elude him. She fails miserably. Lol I lov With every book in this series Eve surprises me by how funny the characters get. I can’t imagine any other author but her saying I am going to make a sloth and a wolf business partners and best friends. The funniest part is that it works well… unless the vet puts her hands in places she shouldn’t. Poor Everett. Dawn is another victim of the Mastermind. She escaped from FUC and it deemed dangerous. She goes out of her way to save Everett and then tries to elude him. She fails miserably. Lol I loved how she wasn’t afraid to go toe to toe with him even though he was a wolf and she was just a doe. I did think she intentionally baited Tom but I found it funny. She proved you shouldn’t judge a person before really knowing them. She has a very kind heart and I loved her reaction after everyone saw her doe. Being different in FUC is what makes them win! Everett is a bit of badass who acts rash. It doesn’t always work in his favor hence the job switching. He is really loyal even is his house cleaning skills are nill. I liked that he decided to give Dawn a chance to show she wasn’t dangerous. I thought it was extremely funny he liked to quote lines from fairy tales involving wolves. Made him very down to Earth and you saw he wasn’t afraid to laugh at himself. He had this cockiness that actually made him likeable. I was very confused by that. lol I loved seeing Miranda and Chase again!!!! Being pregnant makes her a million times funnier and maybe more scary. I love hearing how she was screaming for carrot cake after child labor. I really hope we will get to see more of him in the future. I hope there are many more FUC stories to come because these characters always brighten up my day. If you pick up any book in this series you will not regret it. Actually you won’t regret any book you pick up by Eve. ~Thank you the Author for the loan of this book in exchange for an honest review.~

  10. 4 out of 5

    Chumchum_88

    This one was funny in a different way, in this final book in the series they made FUC (Furry United Coalition) as one of the bad guys since the heroine is a fugitive - Here the hero is a bounty hunter and the heroine is the bounty since FUC wants her she was one of the masterminds experiments - I liked how the hero always played the big bad wolf on the heroine who tending toward the innocent type XD - I hated how his best friend treated her but it was nice at the end, it was cute to see how she This one was funny in a different way, in this final book in the series they made FUC (Furry United Coalition) as one of the bad guys since the heroine is a fugitive - Here the hero is a bounty hunter and the heroine is the bounty since FUC wants her she was one of the masterminds experiments - I liked how the hero always played the big bad wolf on the heroine who tending toward the innocent type XD - I hated how his best friend treated her but it was nice at the end, it was cute to see how she settled in with him she was totally into the housewife role XD - I think I laughed so hard on the part where the heroine of the first book was giving birth the most crucial moment and how she and her hubby reacted to at the time XD Overall, *thumbs up*

  11. 4 out of 5

    Cheryl

    Eve has done it again! Taken two different species and showed that they can love each other. I just loved the Predator Wolf Everett and Prey Doe Dawn as a couple. The Mastermind is gone but is not forgotten and she played a big part in the story. FUC is still trying to gather all her experiments and bring them in for evaluation. Everett is hunting a gecko who likes what he has become when things go bad for Everett and Dawn comes to his rescue. But the Big-Bad Gecko has made up his mind that Dawn Eve has done it again! Taken two different species and showed that they can love each other. I just loved the Predator Wolf Everett and Prey Doe Dawn as a couple. The Mastermind is gone but is not forgotten and she played a big part in the story. FUC is still trying to gather all her experiments and bring them in for evaluation. Everett is hunting a gecko who likes what he has become when things go bad for Everett and Dawn comes to his rescue. But the Big-Bad Gecko has made up his mind that Dawn is going to be his or his dinner her choice. Seeing Chase and Miranda again is a very happy added bonus. “Quick get her a Carrot Cake!” Baby is here.

  12. 5 out of 5

    Mandy

    Book Five in the FUC series. Wonderful combination of characters again, this time with a brand new nemesis to go up against. Mastermind has gone, leaving her experiments behind to fend for themselves. Some are happy with their new and improved selves, others, not so much. Combine a horny wolf with a not-as-timid-as-she-seems doe, some sassy banter and a gecko hell bent on claiming what's not his and you get another great Langlais book. For fans of this series, there's a nice surprise in store for Book Five in the FUC series. Wonderful combination of characters again, this time with a brand new nemesis to go up against. Mastermind has gone, leaving her experiments behind to fend for themselves. Some are happy with their new and improved selves, others, not so much. Combine a horny wolf with a not-as-timid-as-she-seems doe, some sassy banter and a gecko hell bent on claiming what's not his and you get another great Langlais book. For fans of this series, there's a nice surprise in store for super bunny, Miranda and her pie loving bear, Chase... Read and enjoy the latest from Eve.

  13. 5 out of 5

    Gabz

    For some reason or other, this series really lost its appeal. I enjoyed it for the first couple of books, but after losing patience with a previous one and now reading this, I regret my choice of giving further installments a chance. I'm sure it's good enough for other people, but it's just not doing it for me anymore. For some reason or other, this series really lost its appeal. I enjoyed it for the first couple of books, but after losing patience with a previous one and now reading this, I regret my choice of giving further installments a chance. I'm sure it's good enough for other people, but it's just not doing it for me anymore.

  14. 4 out of 5

    Tamara

    Another FUC ing wonderful story. haha I'm so funny. I love this series and it's kooky shifters. Eve always blends the humor and the heat with aplumb and her books are auto buys for me. She never disappoints. Another FUC ing wonderful story. haha I'm so funny. I love this series and it's kooky shifters. Eve always blends the humor and the heat with aplumb and her books are auto buys for me. She never disappoints.

  15. 4 out of 5

    Hollie

    Awoo. made for an easy shifter romance. This made for a cute and quirky shifter romance. For a quick read, under 200 pages, the characters had quite a bit of depth. It made for a fun read. I'll check out more of this series. Awoo. made for an easy shifter romance. This made for a cute and quirky shifter romance. For a quick read, under 200 pages, the characters had quite a bit of depth. It made for a fun read. I'll check out more of this series.

  16. 4 out of 5

    Kat Desi

    Awooo! This book is just what I needed, even though it is a bit too silly to take it seriously as a good book. I appreciated the giggles coerced from me by this book, particularly Everett's antics! Awooo! This book is just what I needed, even though it is a bit too silly to take it seriously as a good book. I appreciated the giggles coerced from me by this book, particularly Everett's antics!

  17. 5 out of 5

    So, I Read This Book Today

    (This review will be posted at each of the five books of the series, so it is there to catch your attention and hopefully encourage you to read this fun little series) OK, it’s winter. Yep. When you can’t get away to the mountains, cabin fever and darkness can be a real downer… So what do I do? Take a break from more serious reading and snuggle into HEA paranormal romance, Ghirardelli Dark Chocolate brownies, hot tea, a pile of quilts and pillows, and classical music. Hum… what HEA this year? Well (This review will be posted at each of the five books of the series, so it is there to catch your attention and hopefully encourage you to read this fun little series) OK, it’s winter. Yep. When you can’t get away to the mountains, cabin fever and darkness can be a real downer… So what do I do? Take a break from more serious reading and snuggle into HEA paranormal romance, Ghirardelli Dark Chocolate brownies, hot tea, a pile of quilts and pillows, and classical music. Hum… what HEA this year? Well, you can’t go wrong with Eve Langlais. And her Furry United Coalition (or, yes, FUC) was my choice for spoiling myself. Wry, snarky, and ironic, Eve’s dry wit is very much on display, dragging out barks of laughter and sly giggles at unexpected moments. The perfect ‘just relax and enjoy’ reads, a set of five interlinked stories of love and unusual matings meant to be just what they are – fun and relaxing. 12356635The Furry United Coalition is a paranormal policing division, set to protect humans from the knowledge of, and attacks from, the hidden paranormal world. And FUC has a weird collection of paranormals of its own. The first unusual couple? In Bunny and the Bear Miranda is bubbly, bouncy, chatty, soft-and-cuddly bunny who makes the Energizer Bunny look like a dozy sloth. What is frowny, sleepy, grouchy attorney bear Chase to do? Especially when Miranda is kidnapped by a nasty mad scientist determined to design his own monster army. And breaking out requires bringing her saber-tooth bunny side to the fore – and a saber-tooth bunny suddenly becomes the ‘must have accessory’ for the Mastermind. Book Two is Swan and the Bear. Chase’s brother, Mason, is a true ladies man and honeybun lover, a big playful teddy bear. But when he is assigned to protect a curvy swan, his whole world is turned upside down. Rich chocolate skin and a brilliant mind makes Jessie a rather unusual protectee for a sexy bear – especially when she turns down his sexy approach flat. Huh? Is the hot bear losing his pretty-boy mojo? Mastermind is determined to capture the brilliant computer specialist swan and Mason is just as determined to protect her. Just a warning, this second edition is filled with sudden bursts of uncontrollable laughter and snickering snorts . . . Croc and the Fox finds FUC raiding one of Mastermind’s hidden laboratories. And when cold-blooded Viktor enters the underground bunker filled with experimental subjects, subjects begging for the release of death, he finds Project X081 – and this weapons collecting warrior is thrown for a loop as he is stuck with the care of Project X081, who has never even seen the sky – that huge, blue vastness which sends her scurrying and climbing him like a tree, clinging like a limpet, and turning his whole calm, isolated life upside down. This one is my favorite of the five – two broken people finding one another – and finding that life is more than they ever expected. ASS gets involved in the storyline this time. Yep, FUC and ASS, or Avian Soaring Society. I told you she has a wry sense of humour. Lion and the Falcon is laugh worthy, as the massively spoiled Dr. Manners, chief physician for FUC and the only son of an obsessive lioness mother finds himself partnered with a tall, sleek and violent falcon shifter with tons of attitude and no patience for a self-centered, self-indulgent male lion who is a pain in her backside – especially when she is ordered to protect his spoiled backside from escaped victims of Mastermind who are determined to take down Dr. Manners, and any other doctor who comes their way. Well, doctors did turn them into the monsters they are now. . . Nolan’s mother Brenda is a hoot, and Clarice the falcon’s sharp edged tongue and tough attitude is a pleasure – though the privileged and hair-obsessed lion is a bit too much for me – overall, the women really make this one. Sooo sad, as The Doe and the Wolf is the last in the in the series (though I can’t help but hope she writes another…) Everett lost his job with FUC for his ‘all about me’ attitude which placed others in danger. Now the owner of The Lone Wolf Agency along with his sloth friend Tom, is asked by FUC to help track down and destroy the rest of the escaped prisoners from Masterminds vicious experiments. Injured and thrown over a cliff by a sadistic 8-foot-tall gecko, Everett is saved by one of the very victims he is determined to track down and kill for the bounty. Dawn drags him from the river and ties him to a bed in order to treat his wounds, and not be eaten by the big bad wolf. Escaping, to trek miles through the woods to the closest small town before disappearing into the woods once more, she is captured by said big, bad wolf . . . who finds himself drawn to the doe who seems so very normal to be the ferocious monster she is supposed to be. As they work together to capture the ‘not-so-normal’ gecko, Everett and Dawn suffer the wrath of Tom the sloth while Dawn desperately tries to hide the ‘monster’ that her doe has become. A chase through the forest, a sabre-tooth bunny giving birth in the woods, and a dramatic reveal of Dawn’s doe makes this edition both exciting and funny – and broke my heart when it ended, because it was the last one. Sigh. Weep.

  18. 4 out of 5

    Catherine

    Has This Rogue, Single Wolf Met His Match? What happens when the big, bad wolf meets his match in a furry, genetically changed doe on the run from FUC? Hilarity and sexy times ensue interspersed with the danger of having to deal with a murderous, deranged gecko with an unhealthy obsession. Dawn and Everett might not have started out on equal footing, but the moment they touched for the first time they realized they were each what the other truly needed. They just had to get rid of the demented ge Has This Rogue, Single Wolf Met His Match? What happens when the big, bad wolf meets his match in a furry, genetically changed doe on the run from FUC? Hilarity and sexy times ensue interspersed with the danger of having to deal with a murderous, deranged gecko with an unhealthy obsession. Dawn and Everett might not have started out on equal footing, but the moment they touched for the first time they realized they were each what the other truly needed. They just had to get rid of the demented gecko on a power trip, a sloth of a best friend trying to insert common sense into the mix, and get FUC to back off. Do they get their HEA, Eve Langlais style or not? You will just have to check out the book to see. Now I am off to read the next book in the series...

  19. 4 out of 5

    Liz at Fictional Candy

    I’ve never read a book from Eve Langlais that I didn’t absolutely adore. I’ve read several, from several series. She is consistently a terrific author. I’ve not experienced a “hit and miss” type of read from her. I think that says tons about an author’s capacity to keep her audience entertained. So that brings me to Doe & The Wolf, which is number five in the FUC series. And yes, I loved it. Why? Well, first there is Dawn, a doe shifter. First of all, I love unusual shifters – and Eve definitely I’ve never read a book from Eve Langlais that I didn’t absolutely adore. I’ve read several, from several series. She is consistently a terrific author. I’ve not experienced a “hit and miss” type of read from her. I think that says tons about an author’s capacity to keep her audience entertained. So that brings me to Doe & The Wolf, which is number five in the FUC series. And yes, I loved it. Why? Well, first there is Dawn, a doe shifter. First of all, I love unusual shifters – and Eve definitely includes them in many of her shifter books. Dawn is just like a doe. She’s dainty and a bit timid, even her coloring and features resembles an actual doe. She was among the unfortunate to be captured by Mastermind, although she was “rescued” before too much harm came to her. Too much. Dawn appealed to me on many levels. Against her timid and deer-like nature, she has separated from her herd and is taking on the world by herself, as she is on the run from FUC, who has claimed her to be a wanted fugutive. She’s really rather fearless, and that is a quality I definitely admire in my heroines. Then there is her love interest, Everett. At first I wasn’t sure I’d like him… I mean, he has big ol’ sideburns a la Wolverine. Ok, yes, a bit superficial of me. Everett is a wolf, and he turns out to be quite the witty, caring, and protective Alpha. So yeah, it didn’t take long for him to win me over. And his nickname for Dawn is “little doe”. I’m not sure why, but for some reason that just made me melt every time he said it. Everett is funny and has quite the smart ass humor, it was great reading all his cracks and quips. Everett used to work for FUC, but now he is a bounty hunter…hired by FUC. Awooo! There are also other great characters in this book, like Tom – a sloth. Oh yeah, I love them unusual shifters, baby! And I actually cheered out loud when I saw a reappearance of Miranda and Chase from Bunny & The Bear, the first FUC book (and one of my absolute favorites!). And let’s not forget the villain in this book, Joey. Joey is definitely something else, that’s for sure. But it’s great, because even in her villains, Eve has not lost her sense of humor. Let’s just say I got quite a chuckle out of aluminum foil… Doe & The Deer had tons of action! I mean seriously, Dawn is on the run and Everett is a bounty hunter. Wolf and Doe. Opposites attract in the most magnetic of ways in this book. Their interactions together cracked me up time and time again. And if you are looking for some steamy love between the sheets, there’s even some of that. You could read this book as a standalone. I’ve read other books in the FUC series, but not all of them. I didn’t feel lost, only sad that I hadn’t gotten to the others yet! Each page in this book had me eager for the next, and I suspect you will be just as excited as I was. So run, don’t walk – and pick up this book now! Or you know, you could just click :)

  20. 5 out of 5

    Terisa

    Doe and the Wolf Book 5 4.5 stars Everett used to work for F.U.C. but was fired, to say that he was a little peeved would be putting it mildly. Now he works for himself as a freelance bounty hunter bringing in criminals and bail jumpers under his new business called Lone Wolf Agency. Okay so most of his apprehensions, his partner gets credit for because Everett is usually in his wolf form disguised as an overgrown German Sheppard. When the F.U.C. agency send a fax looking for his help to bring i Doe and the Wolf Book 5 4.5 stars Everett used to work for F.U.C. but was fired, to say that he was a little peeved would be putting it mildly. Now he works for himself as a freelance bounty hunter bringing in criminals and bail jumpers under his new business called Lone Wolf Agency. Okay so most of his apprehensions, his partner gets credit for because Everett is usually in his wolf form disguised as an overgrown German Sheppard. When the F.U.C. agency send a fax looking for his help to bring in some wanted fugitives, he feels that it’s the perfect opportunity to catch them, kind of like a “in your face” sort of deal but he wasn’t counting on those fugitives being an overgrown gecko lizard and a cute little deer. A deer that just so happened to have saved his life and then left him tied to a bed. Dawn had only been in kidnapped by the mastermind a couple of weeks before the plan went up in smoke and she was captured by the F.U.C. agents so she was one of the lucky ones that escaped unscathed. But of course that was before the lethal injection that was given to everyone before the mastermind escaped. That one injection changed Dawn’s life. Now she’s on the run and finds herself on the F.U.C. most wanted list. She can’t go home because she is no longer the cute shy little deer that she once was. She now has hunger for red meat and lots of it. Her beast is something that would scare small children and more than likely grown men as well. But when captured by the wolf, she finds that she trusts him when he says that if she sticks with him, he will put in a good word for her but can you really trust a wolf? We all know what happened to grandma… While I didn’t like this book as much as I did the other ones in the series, I still liked it. Some of the favorites are back towards the end, my favorite Miranda, is now VERY pregnant and ready to give birth any day. I still laugh when she talks about her fierce bunny and now that she can’t shift because of her pregnancy, it just makes it funnier because it makes her sound even crazier. As with the other books, I loved the aspect of taking to different species that are normally enemies and making them fall in love. This book made a lot of references to Red Riding Hood which was quite amusing but it didn’t have as many laugh out loud funny scenes as the past book which effected my grading scale. Still a great book, an amazing series and hopefully this book wasn’t the last.

  21. 5 out of 5

    Gaele

    Here it is, the most recent installment in the Furry United Coalition series: Doe and the Wolf. If you’ve read the series, you know that the evildoing mastermind is gone, leaving the experimented to fend for themselves. Yet there is a new nemesis, whose intentions are yet to be determined. But there are now several shifters with different powers and capabilities running amok, and it is the Coalition’s duty to track them down. Enter Everett, a bit of a ne’er do well, preferring to be the Lone Wol Here it is, the most recent installment in the Furry United Coalition series: Doe and the Wolf. If you’ve read the series, you know that the evildoing mastermind is gone, leaving the experimented to fend for themselves. Yet there is a new nemesis, whose intentions are yet to be determined. But there are now several shifters with different powers and capabilities running amok, and it is the Coalition’s duty to track them down. Enter Everett, a bit of a ne’er do well, preferring to be the Lone Wolf: taking a page from the bounty hunter television shows, Everett is hired by the Coalition to round up those escapees from the lab of Mastermind. His first bounty is Dawn, a doe shifter that is running from the coalition. Of course there are silly rhymes, a full complement of nursery sing-songs riddle the text with little pigs, red riding hoods and Doe, a deer bring giggles throughout the story. The humor doesn’t stop there, however, as Everett and Dawn spend more time together they find their attraction is increasingly harder to ignore. Dawn, for her part, understands the feral nature of her doe and realizes that if Everett sees it, he will have no chance but to drag her to the coalition. She also can’t understand the attraction to something that could, and most probably has, eaten her kind before. With appearances from Miranda and Chase, it’s fun to see characters that were featured earlier in the story make a return. If this is the first you’ve heard of this series – you can start with this story and not feel lost: but the taste of sexy wolf shifter, the big bad wolf will keep you intrigued for more. I received an eBook copy from the author for purpose of honest review. I was not compensated for this review: all conclusions are my own responsibility.

  22. 4 out of 5

    Redheads Review it Better

    This is the first of Eve’s books that I have read and now I’m thinking to myself…why haven’t I read any of these books sooner?! I’ve seen her books everywhere but just never got around to reading any. I’m so glad I had the opportunity to read this one. It was a hoot! So we have Everett, an in your face wolf shifter who thinks he’s top dog. At least until he finds himself sacked from his job. But this doesn’t stop him, no siree. He decides to start his own bounty hunting agency with his buddy, the This is the first of Eve’s books that I have read and now I’m thinking to myself…why haven’t I read any of these books sooner?! I’ve seen her books everywhere but just never got around to reading any. I’m so glad I had the opportunity to read this one. It was a hoot! So we have Everett, an in your face wolf shifter who thinks he’s top dog. At least until he finds himself sacked from his job. But this doesn’t stop him, no siree. He decides to start his own bounty hunting agency with his buddy, the sloth. I have to say, this is a very interesting combo for friends but it makes for interesting back and forth. Anyway, the same place he was fired from contacts him to help them bring in some mutant shifters that escaped their facility. Easy peasy right? Sure, until he encounters a giant, hulk version of a gecko. He finds himself hurt and being taken care of by a doe of all animals. Even though he knows she is the doe that is on the list of shifters, but he finds himself drawn to her and not in the predator/prey scenerio. Unless you count the sexual predator/prey scenario. ;) Let’s not forget about our doe, Dawn. Usually does are pretty skittish but this one is different. Dawn is in hiding and has learned that she can’t be that skittish doe everyone expects her to be. Having to fend for herself has made her become a stronger willed person and I loved it. She took no one’s crap, even Everett’s. The two of them together were not only funny, but they seemed to be a natural, perfect fit that I never would have guessed. There were also a couple previous characters that make their way into the book that I just loved! I wish there were such things as money trees so I could afford to go back and read this whole series. I love romances with some action and comedy thrown it. It makes it all the more enjoyable. :)

  23. 4 out of 5

    Monica

    Man...I dont know but this one might be my favorite. Its between Bunny and the Bear and Doe and the Wolf. LOL. Miranda does finally have her baby in this one though. I laughed pretty good in this one. Everett is just something else. You know...he reminds me a lot of Brody's character in her other series Kodiak Point which I read that series first before this one. Weird how that works out lol. He's a manwhore and totally a womanizer. He's funny and charismatic and always looks at the bright side Man...I dont know but this one might be my favorite. Its between Bunny and the Bear and Doe and the Wolf. LOL. Miranda does finally have her baby in this one though. I laughed pretty good in this one. Everett is just something else. You know...he reminds me a lot of Brody's character in her other series Kodiak Point which I read that series first before this one. Weird how that works out lol. He's a manwhore and totally a womanizer. He's funny and charismatic and always looks at the bright side of things considering he got canned with FUC because he can't follow rules. So, now he's got his own business with his best friend Tom as bounty hunters out of a garage...yes a garage. Which Tom is a sloth and wasnt that just funny! We meet Dawn...sweet, shy, timid Dawn who is a doe who actually saves his ass when he tried to take down Joey a lunatic huge gecko. She wasn't experimented on in such measures as the others but she's definitely different. Shes not homicidal or crazy though. Everett knows this about her but convincing his partner Tom is difficult. Shes afraid of showing her other side to Everett in fear of his disgust and rejection. I cant get over how much I liked her character. She wasnt a wimp by any means I dont think. She was assertive but still shy and quiet. Everett was forever trying to get into her pants. She's a good girl and doesnt fall for that at all. She makes him work for it lol. Its a sweet and funny story and loved reading it. Couldnt put it down. I do hope she continues doing this series but I know she's got a lot of other projects going on.

  24. 5 out of 5

    TINNGG

    Much better than the previous one - no hopping, skipping, and jumping along the timeline to the point that I felt like I was missing half the story. The h was one of the Mastermind's victims. She's a deer. And the result of the experimenting is that she's larger, carnivorous, and has antlers. Her human form is still the same, mind you, but she is no longer vegetarian. She's also in hiding and in control of her beastie. From this one can assume that how one becomes after the experimentations large Much better than the previous one - no hopping, skipping, and jumping along the timeline to the point that I felt like I was missing half the story. The h was one of the Mastermind's victims. She's a deer. And the result of the experimenting is that she's larger, carnivorous, and has antlers. Her human form is still the same, mind you, but she is no longer vegetarian. She's also in hiding and in control of her beastie. From this one can assume that how one becomes after the experimentations largely depends on how one was before. The H is a wolf who doesn't play well with others. She rescues him - sort of - leading him to hunt her down for his own purposes. He's a bounty hunter you see, hired by FUC(gawd, that acronym. LOL!) to help track down the mutants. She's on his list but, after meeting her, he's reluctant to hand her over. Instead, he takes her home. Yeah, you can see where this is heading. Now... I just read the previous book a few days ago, so it's very fresh on my mind. Joey - the mutated gecko - had turned himself in, and was about to be assigned to Viktor, the croc. No mention of any of that here. Also, weirdly enough, he'd paired up with the mutant ostrich. In this book, he had a crush which had mutated to stalkerish impulses, on the h. And...he ends up dead as far as one can tell. Everyone seems to act like he is. Odd, and annoying. I don't do well with inconsistencies.

  25. 4 out of 5

    Tina

    When I am looking for some humor with my sexy, Eve Langlais is one of my go to authors. And Doe and the Wolf did not disappoint on either front. This story is the fifth in Ms. Langlais’sFurry United Coalition series and I found myself charmed by Everett. He obviously cannot abide by rules or authority other than his own, so Ms. Langlais found the perfect profession for him. He is footloose and fancy free, and he answers to no one. Meeting Dawn changes more than he anticipated. She is supposed t When I am looking for some humor with my sexy, Eve Langlais is one of my go to authors. And Doe and the Wolf did not disappoint on either front. This story is the fifth in Ms. Langlais’sFurry United Coalition series and I found myself charmed by Everett. He obviously cannot abide by rules or authority other than his own, so Ms. Langlais found the perfect profession for him. He is footloose and fancy free, and he answers to no one. Meeting Dawn changes more than he anticipated. She is supposed to be prey, so why does he want to eat her and not for dinner? I loved seeing the obvious hound dog be gentled by the somewhat naïve Dawn. She was the typical good girl and many of the traits of her shifter self, bled into her human side. She is fighting for her life and has no time for romance. She is blindsided by her feelings for Everett and not all that happy about it. Ms. Langlais has a knack of blending humor and love in such a manner that you can’t wait to see what happens next. She gives us characters that grow even as we watch. I wanted Everett and Dawn try to make it even with the odds stacked against them. We saw Dawn blossom under Everett’s appreciation of who she is. We saw Everett mature and become more as his emotions became engage with and for Dawn. This story is emotional, funny and action packed. It is well worth not only your time but your money. Five Shooting Stars

  26. 4 out of 5

    Tara

    Opposites attract and the same can be said about Everett and Dawn. Everett is a wolf shifter, bounty hunter, player, and a complete slob. Dawn is a mutated doe shifter who can be timid yet strong-willed. The two meet when Everett accepts a job from the Furry United Caolition (FUC) to capture or kill some mutated shifters who have proven to be dangerous. Dawn happens to be on this list but she isn't like the others, she doesn't feel uncontrolled rage or bloodlust. When Everett encounters Dawn aft Opposites attract and the same can be said about Everett and Dawn. Everett is a wolf shifter, bounty hunter, player, and a complete slob. Dawn is a mutated doe shifter who can be timid yet strong-willed. The two meet when Everett accepts a job from the Furry United Caolition (FUC) to capture or kill some mutated shifters who have proven to be dangerous. Dawn happens to be on this list but she isn't like the others, she doesn't feel uncontrolled rage or bloodlust. When Everett encounters Dawn after sustaining injuries from a fight with a mutated gecko shifter he's left tied to a bed and curious about how Dawn ended up in the woods. After escaping, Everett hunts down Dawn and tells her she can stay with him until he proves she isn't a danger to anyone and she agrees to it. Everett's real purpose is to get under Dawn's skin literally and figuratively, but she rejects him at every turn. With the danger of the mutated gecko, Joey, still hanging around due to his obsession with Dawn, Everett has his hands full. Throw in a pregnant FUC agent, a best friend who doesn't trust Dawn, and Dawn's own denial of any atttraction between her and Everett, and you have to feel pretty bad for Everett- ha ha not really. >_<

  27. 5 out of 5

    A.R. Von

    As always Eve delivers a great story packed with humor, excitement, fun and romance. Doe and the Wolf is a great addition to the Furry United Coalition series that any fan of the genre will enjoy! Dawn is one of many that survived experimentation from the mad scientist known as Mastermind. She's free from the evil clutches, but is now running for her life. Can this timid doe ever have her life back or will she forever be running and hiding from those that chase her? Everett is a trip! This dude is As always Eve delivers a great story packed with humor, excitement, fun and romance. Doe and the Wolf is a great addition to the Furry United Coalition series that any fan of the genre will enjoy! Dawn is one of many that survived experimentation from the mad scientist known as Mastermind. She's free from the evil clutches, but is now running for her life. Can this timid doe ever have her life back or will she forever be running and hiding from those that chase her? Everett is a trip! This dude is the 'all or nothing', 'give it to you straight' type of male that does not get along well with rules and LOVES the ladies. When he loses yet another job, he decides to go on his own. Now he's after wanted felons to make cash. But can he continue to follow through when he meets the doe that does funny things to him? I look forward to where the author will go next in the series. She's kept it pretty strong so far and I LOVE the laughs her humor brings forth. This story can be read as a stand alone if you choose. Just as all others of the series. But I recommend reading them all. They're so much fun!

  28. 4 out of 5

    Terry

    What a big...shut your mouth If I could give more than 5stars I would. I have had this series for a long time. I just read the entire series and omg! Let just say I loved every each one of them. I really think Miranda is my favorite. She is one stuff bunny eleven down to child birth. Everett never knew what was coming. He fell hard for Dawn aka ill die as he call her. All Dawn ever wanted was to settle down and have a family and the white picked fence. In all of her wildest dreams did she ever im What a big...shut your mouth If I could give more than 5stars I would. I have had this series for a long time. I just read the entire series and omg! Let just say I loved every each one of them. I really think Miranda is my favorite. She is one stuff bunny eleven down to child birth. Everett never knew what was coming. He fell hard for Dawn aka ill die as he call her. All Dawn ever wanted was to settle down and have a family and the white picked fence. In all of her wildest dreams did she ever imagine becoming a wanted shifter, who turns into a abomination according to her and fall for the bounty Hunter who was after her. Little did she expect that Everett would be her one true love or as she puts it her big bad wolf. This story was too funny but had a real smooth story flow. Fun fact, Did you know some female seers have antlers too? My son told me. He's into that nature carp. At least that what I'm paying his college tuition for. Anyway, back to the story. I suggest you highly read it. The entire story. And Mrs. Eva please don't leave us hanging I need to know what happen with the Ostrich and any other escape mutant shifters that got away from F.U.C.

  29. 5 out of 5

    Annie

    Loved it I love this series, funny, fast paced and a little steamy. Everett, alpha wolf, former FUC argent turned bounty hunter. Tom sloth, Everett's side kick and the voice of reason. Dawn, doe shifter, former prisoner of the mastermind, and currently on the FUC wanted list. Everett and Tom are working the FUC most wanted list , a run in with a mutant gecko lands Everett in big trouble. Dawn is in hiding. When the injured wolf washes up near her cabin, she can't abandon him. She can treat his in Loved it I love this series, funny, fast paced and a little steamy. Everett, alpha wolf, former FUC argent turned bounty hunter. Tom sloth, Everett's side kick and the voice of reason. Dawn, doe shifter, former prisoner of the mastermind, and currently on the FUC wanted list. Everett and Tom are working the FUC most wanted list , a run in with a mutant gecko lands Everett in big trouble. Dawn is in hiding. When the injured wolf washes up near her cabin, she can't abandon him. She can treat his injuries tie him to her bed then run for it. When Everett tracks her down he can't being himself to turn her in. Even when Tom points out she is dangerous and a criminal. Everett isn't convinced, besides she cooks, cleans and makes his wolf take notice. The mutant gecko wants Dawn. Miranda and Chase with the FUC, show up. A plan to catch the gecko goes side ways. Miranda in labor. Dawn has to rescue her wolf and his bff and hope her mutant doe doesn't ruin her chance for a happy ever after.

  30. 4 out of 5

    Jennifer Reed

    I loved the story line of Doe and the Wolf. The character development was great, and it was nice to see Miranda and Chase again. Everett and Dawn are great characters, the many three little pigs references were really funny. This book had me busting out laughing at some inappropriate times. My family would look at me and just shake their head at me. Just make sure that you are not eating or drink anything while you are reading this so you don’t spray on your kindle or book from laughing. Poor Daw I loved the story line of Doe and the Wolf. The character development was great, and it was nice to see Miranda and Chase again. Everett and Dawn are great characters, the many three little pigs references were really funny. This book had me busting out laughing at some inappropriate times. My family would look at me and just shake their head at me. Just make sure that you are not eating or drink anything while you are reading this so you don’t spray on your kindle or book from laughing. Poor Dawn is scared that if anyone sees her doe that she would be a laughing-stock. Plus she is not a homicidal maniac like the other experiments. Yeah she might like one particular big , bad wolf now , but her only worry is hopefully his family won’t serve her up for thanksgiving dinner. I really loved this book, and I give it 5/ 5 stars.

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