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Wolf at the Door

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Most Helpful Favorable Review

2 out of 2 people found this review helpful.

Entertaining

A really good stsrt for a series. Really looking forward to the next book.

posted by dfbooks on April 23, 2014

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2 out of 2 people found this review helpful.

Ugh

First, there is a man on the roof of your car yelling at you to stop, what do you do? A. Slam on the breaks and then run over his legs. B. Get side tracked and slam into a tree. Or C. Speed up and ignore him. Wel this wench chose c then b. That tells you this woman is i...
First, there is a man on the roof of your car yelling at you to stop, what do you do? A. Slam on the breaks and then run over his legs. B. Get side tracked and slam into a tree. Or C. Speed up and ignore him. Wel this wench chose c then b. That tells you this woman is incredibly stupid without an ounce of self-preservation. Being held in a house that she could escape from if she used her one brain cell. This whole book is very annoying. Then she thinks it is an awesome idea to have sexual contact with her kidnapper. Brilliant! What an utter waste of time. This book is filled with an "hero" who doesn't make sure his enemies are dead and a woman who thinks just because the tip of a knife is bent that it is useless, then lets it lay where the enemy could use it on her. I am never reading anything else from this author. Unless of course I want to get so frustrated that I almost break my Nook.

posted by Amadeo on August 9, 2014

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  • Anonymous

    Posted August 7, 2014

    Good but some major flaws

    If you have a chance read the second book in this series first. Gwen isn't the wimp suggested by other reviews but she goes from being so desperate to get alway that she tries to throw herself out of a fast moving car to having sex with her kidnapper. Basically the flaw of the whole book, going from point A to point E without stopping or even passing by the other points. Read the second book, it is much better and you'll get this one in the backstiory stuff.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted July 18, 2014

    Hhmmm.

    To be honest bk 2 in this series was rec to me. But I bought bk 1 to not ferl lost. My biggest issue was Gwen. She was almost unlikeable. If I do not like the heroine it ruins the book. Her constant - I cant stay, this wont work, I will be leaving after, blah blah blah got on my nerves. Like 180 pages worth. Then there were parts of the book that were slow. Lots of repeated inner dialogue of - I wont let her go & I cant stay. I also felt the Louis part of the triangle not need. I did like the story line & Great character development. You want all the guys to find their mate.

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    Posted April 30, 2014

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