5 Star Review by MM Good Book Reviews:
"Susan Laine is another author that I have found to be a hit. I chose this book
because the title intrigued me. Most times wolves eat bunnies and not in a good way. So when I saw this book I knew I had to get my hands on it. --
I had a blast
reading this and hope that this is just a start to many more stories like this one. I loved it and look forward to reading more by Susan. The characters are well written and grab your attention from the start. You will fall in love with them and laugh at their
antics. It gives you a strong Alpha wolf, a feisty bunny mate, excitement, a bit of temperaments and some hot sex. -- I would recommend reading this amazing story and checking out the rest by Susan."
4 Star Review by Literary Nymphs Reviews:
"Wolfe and His Bunny is a delightfully amusing story of
natural enemies learning to love as well as build a future together. -- Susan Laine has created an impressively appealing, sizzling romantic saga that I enjoyed immensely."
4 Star Review by Coffee Time Romance:
"There is no limit to the imagination of this author. Her characters are just that…total
characters! Wolfe and Peter laugh, love, and bicker like they have been married forever. Their story is charmingly sweet and sometimes silly, but they easily make you smile."
4 Star Review by Rainbow Book Reviews:
"One of my favorite tropes in shifter lore is a prey shifter bonding with a predator shifter. This can go one of two ways. Either it is a “serious” look at what happens when two
natural enemies (at least in shifter form) have to work out how to live together and use their human side to deal with the issues. Or, and I think that is the case with ‘Wolfe and His Bunny’, it is a humorous look at some of the preconceived notions
we have about prey and predator and what happens when the two meet and try to have a relationship. But there is more than humor to this story. While never taking things too seriously, the author has still managed to develop a setting that has some of
the shifter trope elements – just enough to take a lighthearted look at bunnies bonding with wolves. And she succeeded – I am still smiling. -- If you like shifter stories that contain more than a little humor, if a story about prey and predator
figuring out how to live together sounds like fun, and if you’re looking for a read that is funny, cute, and very hot, then you will probably like this novella. I am certainly glad there are more books in this entertaining series!"