Orphaned as a child, Samantha grew up into a strong but lonely woman working on her doctorate thesis by researching the history of myths and legends. But when she uncovers an actual werewolf pack, the world of myth becomes her new reality.
©2012 Jennifer Kohout (P)2014 Jennifer Kohout
hmm.. Where to start... I liked the story it was different. I did think the relationship between Sam and Nafarious seemed forced. I think it would have been better had he known immediately she was his mate, I thought werewolves had an instant mate sense. This did not occur, hence the feeling it was forced.
I would have liked a bit more substance to the story the plot seemed a little weak.
There was dialogue but I would have liked a bit more. There was some good sex scenes written in.
I did like the secondary characters very much, particularly Roland and Maddie.
Sam's change into becoming a werewolf was a bit odd and kinda dull.
With that being said I did like the concept of the story, I did not hate it nor did I love it. I am glad it was not a long book. I am hoping the next story in the series has more excitement, and plot to it. It was free on amazon and a 1.99 on audible so for that price it was worth the listen/read.
As for the narrator, she was a bit monotonous and sounded a robot as she read. She wasn't the worst narrator but definitely not the worst. I think she could do better with the male voices and her reading voice a little less robotic feel.
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