Julie Hall thinks the hardest part of single motherhood is sleep deprivation and the constant search for dropped pacifiers, until her four-month old baby transforms into a wolf pup.
How could Carson be a Werewolf? He hadn’t been bitten. Not by a Werewolf, not by a dog, heck, not by a mosquito. Julie sets out to find Carson's father and demand some answers. Instead, she discovers a Werewolf pack haunted by a grisly string of murders--and soon realizes she and her baby are the next targets.
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Great Book, Even Though...
Even though the paranormal genre isn't really my bag. I read this novel some time ago when Sarah and I were first starting a light romance of our own over Facebook Scrabble. We first met at a Children's Museum. But that's not the story we're talking about, is it? Ah well, I'll tell a bit more anyways.
Early in our Scrabble chat, we came to the topic of writing. I told her I liked to write and that I had been working on a novel. It wasn't very good and it was really stark dystopian stuff. She read it and gave me a lot of kind and helpfull feedback. Then, she asked if I would like to read her book as well.
I have to admit that my gut reaction was, "No, actually I'm not interested in that genre at all." But I gave it a chance and it was really good. So good in fact that I read the second one, and... well let's just say I'm anticipating the third book as much as everyone else should be anticipating this one.
Am I biased because the author is my wife? Almost certainly, but she's written a really great story people will enjoy reading. The characters are vivid, real, and interesting, and the concept is novel.
So, she may be the best author in the house, but I'm the defnitely the best scrabble player.