Dinner with The Wolf (Misfits & Rogues Series Book 2) by Kimberly Forrest – Review by Francis O’Sullivan

Dinner with The Wolf (Misfits & Rogues Series Book 2)Dinner with The Wolf by Kimberly Forrest
My rating: 5 of 5 stars

Dinner with The Wolf is the second book in Kimberly Forrest’s Misfits & Rogues series. It follows Vivian, a vampire who has run away from the community she lived in after a mistake left her fearing the punishment she was due. Jules, an immortal wolf shifter, is identified as the best person to go and retrieve Vivian despite the historic tensions between the pair.
It’s an exciting, action-packed book with a well-established urban fantasy setting. I haven’t read the first book in the series and found it easy enough to follow and enjoy the story, but I’m adding that to my tbr list now as I enjoyed Dinner with The Wolf!
I particularly enjoyed the juxtaposition of Vivian and Jules’ attitudes towards immortality. Vivian chose to pursue immortality, whilst Jules received it involuntarily. This leads to some interesting conversations about the price of immortality.
I also liked how the Greenlawn community features a variety of supernatural creatures, and the dynamics between them. It was good to see how they came together when a member of their community, like Vivian, was at risk.
For me, this is a five star book. I love a good urban fantasy and Dinner with The Wolf is detailed without being over complicated. I’d recommend it to fans of vampires and werewolves who like well developed characters and settings.

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