North Wolf [NOOK Book]

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Gwen Branson has a problem. It's not that she's spent the last four years of her life in a mental institute, or that her father is dead and her mother's driving her crazy. Her problem is that she's seen a werewolf and no one believes her. At least . . . no one human.

Eben Lowell has a problem of his own. As an Alpha Were, he must preserve his pack's safety and secrecy. Human witnesses are destroyed. Gwen ...
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North Wolf

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Overview

Gwen Branson has a problem. It's not that she's spent the last four years of her life in a mental institute, or that her father is dead and her mother's driving her crazy. Her problem is that she's seen a werewolf and no one believes her. At least . . . no one human.

Eben Lowell has a problem of his own. As an Alpha Were, he must preserve his pack's safety and secrecy. Human witnesses are destroyed. Gwen Branson, however, is a problem not so easily solved. Because Gwen is more than just a human-she's his mate.
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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9781419902932
  • Publisher: Ellora's Cave Publishing Inc
  • Publication date: 8/31/2005
  • Sold by: Barnes & Noble
  • Format: eBook
  • Sales rank: 505,445
  • File size: 522 KB

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  • Anonymous

    Posted January 8, 2014

    Good book

    Very strong book, well written. Only disappointment is that the author doesnt have a slew of other books available.

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  • Posted December 22, 2012

    Great book! I read around two books a week. North Wolf is in m

    Great book! I read around two books a week. North Wolf is in my top 5.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted May 30, 2012

    North Wolf

    Gwen Branson has lived for four years in a mental institution. Gwen was
    committed by her mother after she claimed to have seen a werewolf savaging a woman the night her father died, her confusion and horror driving her to attempt suicide. Despite living in a drugged state behind the bars of the hospital, Gwen finds comfort in drawing the creature of her nightmares, knowing it to be real. It is one of those drawings that indirectly brings her to the attention of sexy alpha Were, Eben Lowell.

    Eben Lowell is charged with protecting his pack. Humans proclaiming the
    existence of his species are a threat to the pack's security and must be eliminated. But Gwen cannot be treated like any other threat that has faced Eben's pack. For she's not your average human, she's Eben's human mate.

    Wooing his human mate is not Eben's only challenge. He is also assuming the mantle of pack leader from his adoptive father, Conner, and the transition isn't going smoothly. Challenged for supremacy by the vicious Theron, Eben must protect Gwen from retaliation and attack by Theron and his supporters. With the help of Connor and his adopted brother Christian, Eben must face the challenges before him. Can he keep Gwen safe in his quest for pack leader? Will he win Gwen's acceptance, heart and soul?

    I couldn't get enough of North Wolf! I lost sleep, refusing to stop, awake at dawn, reading this book. Even after finishing it, I savored the characters. Eben, so dark and intense, Alpha in every sense of the word. Gwen, gaining her strength of body as well as strength of spirit. Connor, a kind-hearted artist and loving father. Christian who is free-spirited, handsome and good-natured, but tough. Ms. Everaux did a splendid job at character development, giving all of the characters distinct personalities and bringing them to life.

    If you love Weres, you'll love this book. Even if you don't love Weres, you will love it! There's growling, nipping, amazingly erotic sex, sweet love and friendship. Unfortunately the story ended before I was ready! I want more! I can only hope that Christian's story is to be published soon, for I long for it already.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted January 13, 2012

    Awesome book!!!

    Just simply great. I've read it several times. Must read!!!

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  • Posted September 3, 2011

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    THE BEST EVER!!!!

    I just wanted to say this book is one of my favorite books! I stumbled upon this gem about 5 years ago and to this day it is still one of the best!! M.A. Everaux is a magician and I just wanted to say thank you, thank you, thank you!!!!

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    Posted May 31, 2012

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