A small town veterinarian has a big time problem. She's not human.
Plagued as a child with an extra-sensitive sense of smell, strength, and eyesight, Anna Callaway always thought she was special. But she didn't understand how special until she met Kieran Hunter.
He insists they are True Mates, but he's not human either. He's wolven.
Kieran is a protector of his race. No longer the Alpha of his pack, he spends his time searching out and punishing any who may reveal their race to humans. While patrolling, he finds two wolven about to kidnap Anna. He battles to protect her, but is surprised to find himself drawn to her in a way he never expected.
The couple must learn to deal with their differences before they can address their similarities. But when three men kidnap Anna, she must decide if she is to embrace the wolven way of life, or return to her quiet existence. And whether to abandon the man who claims her as his True Mate.
Would you try another book from Teresa D'Amario and/or Thomas Miller?
Yes, I would definitely give Teresa D'Amario and Thomas Miller another go on my ipod
Would you recommend SheWolf to your friends? Why or why not?
If you are looking for a book that can make you experience at least three emotions before it's over then this story is for you.
How did the narrator detract from the book?
He over dramatized the story in some parts giving it a very cheesy feel.
Do you think SheWolf needs a follow-up book? Why or why not?
I do think a second book would be nice although there were no secondary characters that were set up for a story or made me curious enough to know more.
Any additional comments?
I've been in a paranormal rut lately, and in need of a really good and sexy story when this was recommended to me. I enjoyed Anna and Kieran's characters. Kieran is a tortured ex pack alpha who has found his true mate. Anna is a lonely veterinarian. I liked the chemistry between the two and I liked that Kieran had his "Mine" moment. I liked being a fly on the wall as their love story unfolded.
There were some things that made me yell, I also still had questions when the story was over that I'm sure will either never be answered or will be addressed in the next book if there is one.
Overall, I laughed, I got all teary eyed, I got angry, and I smiled. What more can I ask for from a reading experience?
Story - 3.25
Narrator - 2.5
I believe this was my first experience with this narrator (Thomas Miller). He wasn't bad at all, but there were times when he over dramatized the story giving it a cheesy feel. I think with some more experience in the romance genre he could do well.