Romancing the Wolf (BBW Paranormal Romance/Werewolf Romance)

Romancing the Wolf (BBW Paranormal Romance/Werewolf Romance)

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by Skye Eagleday
     
 

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Other than feeling she's the only sane one in her family, Bree loves her life as a scientist. But a trip to a remote campground will place her in the middle of a Werewolf Full Moon Run. The Pack isn't expecting to discover a beautiful woman alone in the forest. She is introduced to a supernatural world in conflict with years of scientific training-and to a magical…  See more details below

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Other than feeling she's the only sane one in her family, Bree loves her life as a scientist. But a trip to a remote campground will place her in the middle of a Werewolf Full Moon Run. The Pack isn't expecting to discover a beautiful woman alone in the forest. She is introduced to a supernatural world in conflict with years of scientific training-and to a magical attraction to Pack Member Mikah.

Product Details

ISBN-13:
2940044545748
Publisher:
Skye Eagleday
Publication date:
05/14/2013
Sold by:
Smashwords
Format:
NOOK Book
File size:
456 KB
Age Range:
18 Years

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Meet the Author

I am Native American. I am a Storyteller of many stories, some best told by day, and some best told by night.

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Romancing the Wolf (A BBW Paranormal Adult Romance) 3.3 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 3 reviews.
MHOON1 More than 1 year ago
This was a good read.  As these sisters learn about shifters, one sees the interesting characteristics of them and another sister sees them as her personal sex toys that can't be broken.  I read this story in the Fated Mates bundle.   Enjoy I did.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
I'm giving it 3 stars as it was certainly different than anything else I've read. The layout was actually a nice change, seeing it from so many perspectives yet having them all intertwined made for a fast pace that was easily followed. And having women that weren't tiny fragile brats was refreshing. But...it repeated...a lot. Did I mention it repeated? The sister was funny, yet scary. Found her to be a nice addition with her shocking behavior. Yet, would have liked a bit less shock. Seemed to be a lot of that going on and not enough plot. Would have liked more plot and less plowing over all so as to get to know characters more, since things mostly kept repeating. Did I mention the repeating thing already? I am intrigued enough to look into other books by this author though, just to see what else she's got rolling around in that imagination of hers. Or maybe to satisfy my curiosity of the possibility she's on a repetitive loop.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
It was a good read.