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So much death in one family. Abby Campbell blames herself for her brother's death. She knew what killed her family, and now she must face those fears once and for all in order to avenge their deaths. 

Abby lives on a farm outside of Sanford, Maine, with her two adoptive brothers, Jack and Blake Richardson. Her uncle Paul Thompson took the boys in to raise them when their mother died and their father came up missing. The boys were only 10 at the time and had no other living relatives. 

Nathan Johnson has managed to keep a few secrets from Abby over the two years they've been dating. In a desperate attempt to locate her aunt (Emma) in hopes to bring her home, Abby discovers her boyfriend is the one who killed her aunt. 

Curse of a Werewolf is a paranormal romance of deception, love, and a struggle to survive. Can Abby survive the curse, or will she be doomed forever? 

Mature content (18+)

©2009-2018 Cathy A. Mankin (P)2018 Cathy Mankin

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I Can't wait for book 2 in this series!

I thoroughly enjoyed listening to Curse of a Werewolf on 1.25 speed. The narrator Steve McCutcheon did a fantastic job, I thought he had the perfect voice for a Werewolf book and he moved from one character type to another with ease. Without giving to much away, this story carries you along with Abby as she mourns the loss of her family, learns of her families curse and tries accept it. She has dreams, ghost encounters, exciting experiences - some even near death, falls in love and finally learns the truth. But this truth doesn't necessarily "set her free", we won't learn until book 2 just how the truth will impact her future. It's easy to get very attached to the characters in this book and begin to cheer Abby on and hope that she finds a way to overcome her families curse. I will be following Cathy Mankin and waiting for book 2!