Wolves Dressed As Menby Steve Lowe, Ellen Tevault (Editor), Dawne Dominique (Illustrator)
Thiess remembers very little of his life before he changed. His only memories now are of frozen mornings, naked and coated in human blood, and of running for his life from a Tracker bent on his destruction. Thiess prays for forgiveness and begs God to cure him of an affliction that turns him into a murderous beast, but as the
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I really can't write my usual review with this incredible story as I would give way too much away, but ... Thiess wakes up and finds himself covered in the blood of his victims and the taste of their flesh in his mouth. He cannot remember who he was or why he has this monster inside him. He searches for salvation, but God doesn't seem to be listening. He knows that he is being hunted; the Hunter will not stop until he is dead. Thiess finds some happiness in Maria's arms, but will that be enough to save him. I really, really liked this book. Steve Lowe gives you an excellent werewolf story where those who are cursed have no control over the monster living inside of them. With every page I turned I seemed to say "Wow!". The ending will blow you away! 5/5. I will definite keep an eye out for his next book.