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What's the most pleasurable way to be made into a werewolf? By having sex with one... and surviving.

Something Dr. Connor Jacy is about to find out after spending a long, lust-filled night of wild, animalistic and sensual lovemaking with the mysterious Native American trapper who rescued him from a snowmobile accident site in the Alaskan wilderness. It's only a few days until the full moon and once back at home, Dr. Jacy is sure it was all a dream compounded by his head injury. Unfortunately for Connor, the powerful spirit walkers of an ancient Indian tribe have already decided to mate a modern man of medical science with a mythical creature and guardian of the night.

©2004 Laura Baumbach (P)2013 Laura Baumbach

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Narration totally destoryed this

Roy Wells is the number one worst narrator on audible. I don't even know why I got this. I didn't even check the narrator before purchasing this. He uses the worst deep husky voice ever. Just destroy a story completely. I didn't even get past chapter 1.

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