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The Wolf Prince

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  • Posted October 9, 2010

    Great Light Paranormal Read

    The Wolf Prince, third book in the Princes of Symtaria series, but is a stand alone read. Ms. Kelley combines two aspects of shape shifting and aliens to weave a light paranormal read interspersed with her trademark humor that as readers we have come to expect.*******Darcey Spencer is a licensed PI who aspires to have her own practice one day, runs into a wolf on her parent's country estate but before it can attack her she is shrouded in fog and then confronted with a naked man, who she promptly hits over the head. Having caused amnesia from the hit, Darcey decides that she can find out who the person is using her investigative skills. She is totally perplexed when nothing she tries pans out to a resolution to his identity.*******Prince Surlock has come to Summerville, Texas from New Symtaria to protect Darcey from rogue Symtarians who are out to kill half-bloods. Darcey is unaware of her shape shifting abilities and therefore figures that his claims are a result of his injury. She had been bothered with a humming in her ears for years, which could never be explained, but was only intensifying since Surlock's appearance. What if his claims were truth?*******The humor weaved throughout the book, the seriousness and suspense and the hotter than hot feelings between Darcey and Surlock make this book is a great read. That we reconnected with Rogar and Kristor was an added bonus. I hope there are more stories to come in this series, and I recommend them as fun, hot reads.

    2 out of 2 people found this review helpful.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted September 20, 2010

    Absolutely horrible

    I have no words for how horrible this book is. I may have enjoyed the plot better if it didn't read like it was written by a freshman in high school having a w*t dream wrapped up in a b rated story. When it comes to creating a character, who is that gullible? ...and the actual dialog between the characters, atrocious. Who acts like that? The idea behind the book itself is decent, but the author needs to work on her writing abilities a lot more. I've read many books in this genre and could recommend several authors that are much, much better. The only good thing about this book was that I got it for free.

    1 out of 1 people found this review helpful.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted March 6, 2014

    Uh oh twilights next on my weirwolg Uh oh twilights Uh

    Uh oh twilight is next on myl list

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  • Anonymous

    Posted March 3, 2013

    Suck

    Didnt like it. Not my kind of book. When i bought this, the summary was really good but then when you read it, it just really depends on your taste of books. 229 pages but

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  • Anonymous

    Posted January 9, 2012

    Not worth price

    Interesting read, but the author writing style is pretty...odd. I enjoyed the story, but it seemed as if there were only 12 complex sentences throughout the book. Two many short sentences.

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  • Posted November 11, 2010

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    Karen Kelley fans will enjoy the third close encounters of the first kind humorous tale

    In Texas, Darcy Spencer is taking a walk near the home of her parents when she sees two strange sights. First she notices a wolf followed immediately by a naked man. Assuming she has run into a pervert, Darcy hammers the nude dude with a stick to his head, knocking the streaker out.

    When he regains consciousness he recalls nothing except his name is Surlock. Feeling guilt for causing the amnesia, Darcy allows Surlock to move into the guest house. Having become a private investigator, Darcy uses her new skills on her first case to learn who her visitor is. Surlock begins to regain his memory of his mission on earth to protect the mixed-race human-Symtarian Darcy from rogue shapeshifters who want the half-breeds exterminated.

    The third New Symtaria royal ET Texas romantic fantasy (see The Falcon Prince and The Jaguar Prince) is a fun lighthearted romp although the story line reads so similar to the previous princes' thrillers; the character can replace each other with no slowing of the plot. Still filled with humor due to the alien's behavior like swimming naked in the pool to the delight of gawking maids, Karen Kelley fans will enjoy the third close encounters of the first kind humorous tale.

    Harriet Klausner

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