5 Fang Novella Review: Neon White E2 by Wulf F. Godgluck

Neon White E2

By: Wulf F. Godgluck
Genres: M/M Paranormal Romance
Pages: 74
Published on: October 31. 2014
5 Fang Novella Review:  Neon White E2 by Wulf F. Godgluck

Belail felt the tension in Bla'Gar's mansion the moment he appeared in the demon's bedroom.

Such a shame, Bla'Gar had royally fucked up with his pet.

He played the Komboskini back and forth in his hand for a second time. The souls forced into amber beads heated and smoked, a wailing scream rang from them before two of the beads burst.

Glowering at the shattered souls on the carpet, white smoke dancing towards him. Belails’s stomach cramped at that very moment.

What was foretold would soon unfold. The little one perceived it.

Breathing in the white smoke Belail could not pinpoint it but he could smell…shortbread cookies, hollies, spruce and snow? Christmas? No…with a sly chuckle he silently whispered. "The Winter Ball."
But the smells were tainted with blood—human blood. The ball would not end in all white glory, this time in blood and death.

Also by this author: Neon White, Neon White Ep 3, Neon White

I received this book for free from in exchange for an honest review. This does not affect my opinion of the book or the content of my review.


So not to long ago I was asked to review Neon White Episode 1 for Wulf F. Godgluck.  Well after Wulf saw my review he asked if I could be so kind to read the second installment of Detective White’s escapades with demon Bla’Gar.  So here is my review, and trust me this series is worth the read.


~~Andi’s Review~~


So in Wulf’s first episode with Detective White it was hot and sexy.  This installment does not have the sexy times that the first one had.  Just wanted to preface so if you were looking for more human/demon action, it is not going to be in this book.


Now I know this may sound strange but I liked this one more than the first one, I know I gave the last one 5 stars so I figured that this would be the same level of goodness, but honestly I enjoyed it more.  The first major reason is that Wulf really developed the characters and the background more in this novella.  You learn more about White, his new partner, and Bla’Gar.  I really enjoy how Wulf adds in the witch and gives her some back story.


There is a cliff hanger at the end, and with the inclusion of White’s partner, there is going to be some major tension in the next book.  Why do you ask?  Well without giving away anything lets just say that his new partner is more than just your ordinary run of the mill witch, and also let’s just say that in this world witches are not cozy with demons.    Also with the background on White’s family and the Hellhound this is shaping up to be much more than your run of the mill m/m, human/demon erotic romance.  In fact I really believe that Wulf could make this world into a full length novel with no issues, and I know that I would lap it up.  Get it lap, hellhound, no?  Okay.


I am eagerly waiting to see what happens to Detective White and how all of this new information gets played out in the future books.  Oh and did I mention that he was able to fit this entire story line in 74 pages?  That I read all at once, in less than a hour, that is how good it is.

5 stars

About Wulf F. Godgluck

They come to me in the night, creeping into my head. Their voices are all different, their stories all dissimilar, but they keep saying the same thing...

“Show us, tell us to the world. Bring us into yours, and make us known.”

Then I sit and they take over. They tell their tales of love, loss and sinister misfortune, not all of them get a happy ending, but they are pleased when their part is written.

I sometimes find myself lost in my own mind; a world very similar to our own yet so different. Things don't go bump in the night—they squeal, and crawl under your skin, making you grind your teeth, and your stomach turn over and put your nerves on edge. Then there's the drama. Oh, the drama!

I write because I must! There is so much inside of me that needs to get out. So many stories to tell, characters that want to be heard, and hearts lost and won. Words and art are my way of bringing my world to others. I enjoy telling tales of the human condition but working in elements of the supernatural. Werewolves, Vampires, Zombies, Witches and the unexplainable all set against the human world or worlds of their own.

I was born and raised in Cape Town, South Africa, grew up in a working class family and enjoy writing, cooking and spending my husband's money! Yeah I’m a cocky little brat too 🙂 (and proud of it, spankings included.)

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