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Wolf's Calling

A Fairytale Retelling Reverse Harem (Wolves of Crimson Hollow, Book 2)
Series: Wolves of Crimson Hollow, Book 2
Length: 9 hrs and 59 mins
4.5 out of 5 stars (43 ratings)

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Publisher's Summary

Torn apart from her mates, Red must discover the truth about her powers before a ruthless enemy conquers not only her, but all inhabitants of Crimson Hollow.  

Contains mature themes.

©2018 M.H. Soars and Michelle Hercules (P)2019 Tantor

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I am enjoying this retelling of Red Riding Hood

This is a great retelling of the loved Red Riding Hood. It is an adult version with a twist. I am enjoying the series and looking forward to reading book three.

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Great

I really enjoyed this book and look forward to listening the next book. I can't wait

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Loved it!!!!

loved this book such a grate story. I litterly could not put it down. we'll worth the read!!

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It's ok

I thought the series had promise, but after trying 2 books, I won't continue. I realized I didn't listen to even half of it when it was done. The female narrator isn't so much the problem. The male narrator uses the same cadence and tone for every character. I can't even tell which character he's trying to portray. He has a nice voice, but he's just...boring. The story itself doesn't interest me enough to read it. There are much better shifter/romance/naughty/fantasy listens out there.

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