Emma Gavin writes best-selling novels about werewolves, but that doesn't mean she believes in them - and she certainly doesn't think she'll meet one. But that's exactly what happens when her books catch the attention of a rich and powerful pack of Manhattan Weres who have kept their existence hidden for centuries. Alarmed by the accuracy of her novels, they're determined to find out if a renegade is acting as her informant.
Aidan Wallace, the pack leader's son and heir, knows he's the wolf for the job, but when he gets close to Emma, they are both surprised by an attraction too strong to deny. To surrender to it, Aidan will have to risk everything -i ncluding the security of the pack he's sworn to protect.
©2011 Vicki Lewis Thompson (P)2012 Tantor
"Thompson takes on lifestyles of the rich and the danger of a stalker in a fun and entertaining tale." (Booklist)
Sci-fi, detective, cozy. Only give 5s to those books I think stand above the rest. 4 is a good solid book. 3 is average, nothing special.
I have found many of the Paranormal books to be Good stories with a number of unneeded sex sceens thrown in. This book was the other way around. One long bad sex sceen with a little bit of story thrown in.
Very little to endear the characaters to the reader. No in depth personalities. How can one have romance without a personality?
There's quite a bit of decent paranormal stuff out there (Molly Harper, Charlaine Harris, MaryJanice Davidson, ...). Use your credits for those ....
Yes. I love to read a book that ends up with an Alpha giving in to the unavoidable.
I liked how she made the characters distinguishable. I knew when one ended and another began.
The whole book captivated me and made me look forward to the next book in the series.
The premise of this story was good, the writing style was good, the characters were alright - though I did find Emma a tad annoying. It was ok for a light read, but overall just wasn't the best book. As for the narrator - meh. The male voices were not too bad. At one point in the story, Emma was having a hissy fit about something, and I thought, "OMG, her angry woman voice sounds like Miss Piggy!" I hope the next book is better, because I bought both when they were on sale. Worth a credit? Maybe not. If you are looking for a lighthearted werewolf story, one I absolutely loved was The Accidental Werewolf by Dakota Cassidy. It isn't on Audible unfortunately, but the book was hilarious.
Story was repetitive - as were North Woods and Seatlle. I live in Denver - and couldn't force myself to get past Seatlle. Even at ShOcktoer prices, not worth it.
Make each story different.
The girls were too girly.
nope, i returned it
i liked book 2 & 3 but not 1
the old man voice stunk
yea, to return it
couldn't take the ignorance of the female
To accomplish great things, we must not only act, but also dream; not only plan, but also believe.
Ok story. I can understand secrecy, but this was carrying it a bit too far. However, its a supernatural story so we have to go for the unbelieveable. Story was pretty good, narrator was also. Not much to complain about, nothing to cheer about either. 3 stars for the story.
Entertaining fluff. If your in the mood for a straight road from love to happy ending with a dash of supernatural thrown in, this is the book for you. Probably won't read the others in the series.
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