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Wolf Trap

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  • Anonymous

    Posted January 15, 2013

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  • Anonymous

    Posted June 3, 2010

    Fast-paced werewolves

    Liked this story a lot, and the style even more. This is a dark, lightning-paced book that keeps your heart rate up and the pages flying. The characters are fleshed out and enjoyable. The plot is neat.
    When Parker Madison and Chloe Tyler meet, it's due to an attack in the park by some bad guys. Parker, an E.R. Doctor is going to try to be Chloe's savior, though that's a tough task beneath a full moon, when his wolfish transition looms. But sparks fly when feisty Chloe winds up in the hospital - and Parker has to get her out of there, pronto, before her own possible wolfish transformation hits.
    There's a bonus novella in this book - another story in the Wolf Moon series. This novella comes first in the book, before the cover title story, Wolf Trap. Characters from the novella appear in the main story as well. This is a sequel to Thomas-Sundstrom's book Red Wolf - another highly enjoyable, fast-paced romantic suspense novel.

    Happy reading!
    Morgan

    1 out of 2 people found this review helpful.

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  • Posted February 26, 2010

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    The latest Werewolf police procedural romances a faster than moonlight thriller

    In the Miami area, during a full moon, Dr. Parker Madison is in his Otherworld form when he finds brutally assaulted Chloe Tyler. He gives her first aid and rushes her to Fariview Hospital. However, when she acts strange, he recognizes the signs as he is undergoing the same transformation; he quietly takes her from the hospital to a specialized psychiatric facility.

    Chloe is changing into a werewolf, but the staff of "monster" ward especially Dr. Jenna James is used to dealing with werewolves as is police detective Matt Wilson as both howl during the full moon. Chloe and Parker are attracted to one another as is Matt and Jenna, but all four knows first hunting down a rogue killing werewolf comes before love. However, neither couple realizes they are the prey of this paranormal psychopath.

    The latest Werewolf police procedural romance (see Red Wolf) is a faster than moonlight thriller. The superb cast makes for a fun full moon over Miami hunt for a predator who stalks the fearsome foursome. Although Chloe converts too easily into a werewolf, readers will enjoy this dynamic paranormal romantic suspense.

    Harriet Klausner

    1 out of 1 people found this review helpful.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted January 15, 2013

    Luna

    The alpha pad in. What hideouta. She asked eyes narrowing.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted November 28, 2013

    Wolfsun

    She pads in and waits for lilystar.

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