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Wolf at the Door (Others Series #1)

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4 out of 5 people found this review helpful.

terrific paranormal romantic suspense fantasy

As his pack¿s Guth (negotiator-ambassador) Sullivan Quinn crosses the Atlantic from Ireland to warn his American brothers that a secret group employing assassins is committing genocide against the Other werewolves. He does not know much about this dangerous group, but ...
As his pack¿s Guth (negotiator-ambassador) Sullivan Quinn crosses the Atlantic from Ireland to warn his American brothers that a secret group employing assassins is committing genocide against the Other werewolves. He does not know much about this dangerous group, but they are hunting down his people. --- Sullivan misses his home and his pack especially while listening to the drone vampire lawyer who could have been a double for Oliver Hardy that is he yearned for Ireland until he sniffs the honeysuckle odor of an American Foxwoman. He wants her and realizes that it is more than just the heat is on as he has finally met his mate for life, world renowned anthropologist Cassidy Poe, who feels the same way about the Irishman who has entered her life. Cassidy is confused as her lust at first sight and second, third, etc. goes against her theories on social interaction, but she knows her desire for Quinn is palatable and supersedes everything. That is everything until she realizes the danger to her loved ones she and Quinn must team up to save those they cherish because the enemy is stalking them and someone within their inner sanctum is a Quisling rat helping their deadly foes. ---- WOLF AT THE DOOR is a terrific paranormal romantic suspense fantasy that makes believers out of the audience from the start when Sullivan fails to listen to the babble of the vampire because he sniffs the 3 F¿s (Femininity, fertility, and F***ability). The relationship between Sullivan and Cass is deftly developed with danger lurking everywhere and threatening not just their lives, but their love. Fans will take immense delight with this terrific thriller and want Others to star in future novels. --- Harriet Klausner

posted by harstan on December 9, 2008

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2 out of 2 people found this review helpful.

Dawne

I don't understand how this can be the first book in the series and have Missy in it as the luna, when she doesn't meet and hook up with graham until book 8. I wish someone would put these books in the proper reading order.

posted by 3797909 on December 18, 2013

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