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Doe and the Wolf (Furry United Coalition, #5)

Doe and the Wolf (Furry United Coalition, #5)

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by Eve Langlais

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Looking for help in recovering a fugitive? The Lone Wolf Agency can help you. We specialize in huffing and puffing criminals back where they belong, behind bars.

What happens when a predator falls for his prey?

     Bounty hunting is the perfect job for a maverick wolf; flexible hours, decent pay, the thrill of the chase.


Looking for help in recovering a fugitive? The Lone Wolf Agency can help you. We specialize in huffing and puffing criminals back where they belong, behind bars.

What happens when a predator falls for his prey?

     Bounty hunting is the perfect job for a maverick wolf; flexible hours, decent pay, the thrill of the chase. But Everett never counted on a doe stopping him in his furry tracks.

     Dawn was a prisoner of Mastermind and ended up experimented on, against her wishes. On the run from Furry United Coalition agents, she ends up in the arms—and bed—of a lupine bounty hunter. Instinct tells her to run when she gets a chance because everyone knows not to trust the big, bad wolf, but her heart begs her to stay.

     When the result of genetics gone wrong rears its mutated head and threatens both of their lives, will they manage to survive and discover if a wolf deserves a happily ever after?

Book order for the Furry United Coalition Series Book One - Bunny And The Bear
Book Two - Swan And The Bear
Book Three - Croc And The Fox
Book Four - Lion And The Falcon
Book Five - Doe And The Wolf

*For complete reader enjoyment, it is recommended you read the books in order.

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Eve Langlais
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Furry United Coalition (F.U.C) Series , #5
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Eve Langlais is a Canadian romance author.

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Doe and the Wolf (Furry United Coalition, #5) 4.2 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 27 reviews.
Fictional_Candy More than 1 year ago
I’ve never read a book from Eve Langlais that I didn’t absolutely adore. I’ve read several, from several series. She is consistently a terrific author. I’ve not experienced a “hit and miss” type of read from her. I think that says tons about an author’s capacity to keep her audience entertained. So that brings me to Doe & The Wolf, which is number five in the FUC series. And yes, I loved it. Why?  Well, first there is Dawn, a doe shifter. First of all, I love unusual shifters – and Eve definitely includes them in many of her shifter books. Dawn is just like a doe. She’s dainty and a bit timid, even her coloring and features resembles an actual doe. She was among the unfortunate to be captured by Mastermind, although she was “rescued” before too much harm came to her. Too much. Dawn appealed to me on many levels. Against her timid and deer-like nature, she has separated from her herd and is taking on the world by herself, as she is on the run from FUC, who has claimed her to be a wanted fugutive. She’s really rather fearless, and that is a quality I definitely admire in my heroines.  Then there is her love interest, Everett. At first I wasn’t sure I’d like him… I mean, he has big ol’ sideburns a la Wolverine. Ok, yes, a bit superficial of me. Everett is a wolf, and he turns out to be quite the witty, caring, and protective Alpha. So yeah, it didn’t take long for him to win me over. And his nickname for Dawn is “little doe”. I’m not sure why, but for some reason that just made me melt every time he said it. Everett is funny and has quite the smart ass humor, it was great reading all his cracks and quips. Everett used to work for FUC, but now he is a bounty hunter…hired by FUC. Awooo!  There are also other great characters in this book, like Tom – a sloth. Oh yeah, I love them unusual shifters, baby! And I actually cheered out loud when I saw a reappearance of Miranda and Chase from Bunny & The Bear, the first FUC book (and one of my absolute favorites!). And let’s not forget the villain in this book, Joey. Joey is definitely something else, that’s for sure. But it’s great, because even in her villains, Eve has not lost her sense of humor. Let’s just say I got quite a chuckle out of aluminum foil…  Doe & The Deer had tons of action! I mean seriously, Dawn is on the run and Everett is a bounty hunter. Wolf and Doe. Opposites attract in the most magnetic of ways in this book. Their interactions together cracked me up time and time again. And if you are looking for some steamy love between the sheets, there’s even some of that.  You could read this book as a standalone. I’ve read other books in the FUC series, but not all of them. I didn’t feel lost, only sad that I hadn’t gotten to the others yet! Each page in this book had me eager for the next, and I suspect you will be just as excited as I was. So run, don’t walk – and pick up this book now! Or you know, you could just click :)
gaele More than 1 year ago
Here it is, the most recent installment in the Furry United Coalition series: Doe and the Wolf.   If you’ve read the series, you know that the evildoing mastermind is gone, leaving the experimented to fend for themselves.  Yet there is a new nemesis, whose intentions are yet to be determined.  But there are now several shifters with different powers and capabilities running amok, and it is the Coalition’s duty to track them down.  Enter Everett, a bit of a ne’er do well, preferring to be the Lone Wolf: taking a page from the bounty hunter television shows, Everett is hired by the Coalition to round up those escapees from the lab of Mastermind.   His first bounty is Dawn, a doe shifter that is running from the coalition.   Of course there are silly rhymes, a full complement of nursery sing-songs riddle the text with little pigs, red riding hoods and Doe, a deer bring giggles throughout the story. The humor doesn’t stop there, however, as Everett and Dawn spend more time together they find their attraction is increasingly harder to ignore.  Dawn, for her part, understands the feral nature of her doe and realizes that if Everett sees it, he will have no chance but to drag her to the coalition.  She also can’t understand the attraction to something that could, and most probably has, eaten her kind before.   With appearances from Miranda and Chase, it’s fun to see characters that were featured earlier in the story make a return.  If this is the first you’ve heard of this series – you can start with this story and not feel lost: but the taste of sexy wolf shifter, the big bad wolf will keep you intrigued for more.  I received an eBook copy from the author for purpose of honest review. I was not compensated for this review: all conclusions are my own responsibility. 
TheJeepDiva More than 1 year ago
Finding himself unemployed with few options to quickly become gainfully employed Everett a wolf shifter gets some financial inspiration from Dog the Bounty Hunter. Everett doesn’t follow directions well, works best on his own, and sees striking out on his as the only solution to his current money flow problems. Dawn a doe on the run wishes money was her only problem. Having been one of the unfortunate shifters that Mastermind experimented on (with some success) is running for her life. She knows that if the Furry United Coalition catches up with her she is a gonner. She also knows that the damage that the experimentations has caused will keep her from being able to turn to her family. She also knows a wolf in sheeps clothing (oh lets face it he’s nekkid) is not one to trust. The situation is at odds with everything Dawn and Everett knows of their life. They can’t deny the attraction though. The more time they spend with each other the more difficult it becomes to keeps their hands to themselves. Everett knows she is wanted by the Furry United Coalition for a reason, he’s just yet to see it. Dawn just thinks her doe’s new feral side is attracted to the predator that the sexy wolf is. I giggled and snorted my way through Doe and the Wolf. Eve Langlais infuses her stories with the most unlikely humor. There were so many red riding hood and little pig jokes poked and prodded that I found myself with tears rolling down my face from the laughter. Fans of the series will be pleased to know that Miranda and Chase make a an obnoxiously humorous appearance. Readers that have not read any of these books will be pleased to know that they can jump right in here without any problems whatsoever. Favorite quote: Everett to Dawn in regards to lying on a wolf pelt rug. “There’s nothing better than lying atop a wolf in front of a roaring fire. Your sweating body rides me to a howling, fun conclusion.” Oh yes, Everett is a wickedly sexy wolf.
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I have read all the different series an have enjoyed the all of them these books r a wonderful read an a joy to have in my library
DebbsM1 More than 1 year ago
Loved this book. Eve's characters just keep getting funnier and funnier and oh so sexy too. Who knew a doe and a wolf could get together. Of course Dawn (the doe) another victim of the Mastermind is not such a timid little doe. A Everett (the wolf) is oh so yummy. Can't wait for the next book in the FUC (Furry United Coalition) series.
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Could have had a lil more naughty, but a awesom read can't wait for the next one
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Luv2ReadAG More than 1 year ago
I loved this book. It was a very interesting read. I had to get the rest of the series to read. It is a must read.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
This book was another WINNER!! This book gives you everything you could want in a book, you just can't put it down once you start reading, so get comfy.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Like the direction with the prev fuc agent. Story was good but too many wolf puns. Awoo got a little old after awhile. Great story though. Really loved Dawn. Wish Everett was a bit more alpha. Love the series and hope for more books.
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Like the other books in the fuc series wolf and the doe made me laugh while shaking my head at eves punny humor. I enjoyed the book even giggling at times and at others said " I can't believe she wrote that . " LOL These books are for people who want to take a break from the days stress and enjoy a bit of silliness. I enjoyed myself and am lookin forward to the next installment of fuc.
SheriV More than 1 year ago
I about died laughing during this book, which is something I knew going in was going to happen. Dawn and Everett banter beautifully together and their attraction is off the charts. I loved the idea of a wolf bounty hunter, and Everett didn’t disappoint with his wolfy attitude and love of the chase. Dawn is worried about the changes thrust upon her by Mastermind, an evil furry being that is trying to take over the world, and Dawn has definitely changed but some changes are overlooked when love is on the line. I highly recommend Doe and the Wolf, it’s close to my favorite in the series. I recommend picking up the whole series for the laughter and hijinks that is FUC agency.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Gotta love the sloppy wolf with a heart of gold...awoooo! Loved hearing from Miranda, Chase and their devotion to pie.
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Another laugh out loud addition. The play on Red Riding Hood and the wolf was funny. I liked the hero wasn't quite a good guy. Bad boys are fun.