Lone Wolf

Lone Wolf

by Karen Whiddon
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Lone Wolf (Harlequin Nocturne #103) 4 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 17 reviews.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
So l don't get it. He is a wolf, but he goes to school and acts like a human. Maybe slow down and explain a little. :)
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
I was sitting on he bus, looking out the window, when l started to think something random. What if l got cancer? <br> <br> l knew that l would get more attention. But what kind of attention? Pitty, that's what. People who have never talked would start talking to me, because they are sorry for me, they think l have no friends. Those suck-ups to the teachers would be all over me, pretending that they cared for me, that they were perfect. <br> <br> l got asked today if l would rather be a tortiose, or a bird. And l love tortioses. I didn't respond. My sister answered for me: tortoise. Boy, was she wrong. "I'd rather be a bird, so l could fly away from all of you." I told her. <br> <br> Sadly, l am a wolf, and wolves can't fly. But they can protect themselves, and run. They can run far, faraway.
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harstan More than 1 year ago
Detesting working for the corrupt Council who he no longer trusts, Protector wolf shifter Anton Beck decides to get away for respite and pay homage to his late sister Juliet. He visits the location in the Big Bend Mountains of Texas where his beloved Juliet died. However, the pack leader is unable to grieve in peace when thugs assault him before taking him to a cave. There he finds Juliet's best friend, vampire huntress Marika Tarus, who he was making love with when his sibling died. Marika explains to Anton that evil want their daughter Dani. Stunned by what she tells him becauses he had not known he sired a child and besides he knows genetically a vampire and a shapeshifter cannot reproduce an offspring. Yet he knows Marika is telling the truth that the impossible somehow proved possible. Now he must get his beloved family free from the beast who abducted their child; an invincible ancient vampiric priestess, but then again he muses having that child was impossible. This is a super romantic fantasy due to the strong lead couple who will have readers believe vampires and werewolves live in Texas; a trademark of Karen Whiddon (see her Wolf tales - Cry of the Wolf and Touch of the Wolf, etc.). There is an interesting concept of a bi- species paranormal baby in distress. Fans will root for Beck and Tarus to rescue their child and save perhaps the world from what the malevolent one wants to do through the infant. Harriet Klausner
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Went to camp.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Comes back with a rare white rose and sets it in shadowpelts grave.you have done good here shadowpelt now your going to do good in starclan.heads back to camp.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
*he slinks away, his heart heavy, yet another scar upon it.*