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Posted October 25, 2001
I had a fantastic read with Touch of the Wolf and added it to my permanent collection. Once a Wolf, I could barely get through. I found the story extremely boring. It was such a disappointment. So, it was with trepidation that I bought and read Secret of the Wolf last night. It wasn't as good as the first, but not as bad as the second.
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Posted February 19, 2009
I like the concept of a female physciatrist who works with hypnosis to help her patients as it is not common in the time described in the book.
It feels like a variety of common things put together to make something abnormal like the whole Dr. in love with a patient, actress who is reliving the glory days, child with a troubled past, etc.
Don't get me wrong each character is very well described and you get enough background on each of them but it is just off. Not in love with this book but it is interesting.
Posted December 9, 2008
Near her family¿s vineyards in Napa Valley, Dr. Johanna Schell provides a haven for those plagued with mental anguish. Suffering Quentin Forster stumbles into Johanna¿s sanctuary, but suffers from amnesia with some glimpses of his past. Quentin knows he is on the run, but why and from whom remains blank. She offers the tormented yet compassionate man refuge and he grasps at her overture. <P>Joanna and Quentin begin to fall in love even as she tries to help him with whatever hidden tortures wrack his mind. However, his past arrives in her shelter causing perilous havoc for everyone there and under her hypnotic spell THE SECRET OF THE WOLF is released. If Johanna and Quentin somehow survive his past, can two extraordinary individuals cross specie lines find a lifetime of happiness even as love flows freely between them? <P> The third Susan Krinard werewolf romance (see TOUCH OF THE WOLF and ONCE A WOLF) is an exciting supernatural tale that will haunt readers long after the novel is done. The story line is loaded with plenty of otherworldly action that will thrill horror fans yet finds room for a strong ardent relationship between Johanna and Quentin. Ms. Krinard has another howling success that will send her back to her normal spot on the bestseller lists. <P>Harriet KlausnerWas this review helpful? Yes NoThank you for your feedback. Report this reviewThank you, this review has been flagged.
Posted August 26, 2010
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