The Dragon of Doughton Park

The Dragon of Doughton Park

by John Hundley

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Clifford Crane has led a tough life – failed marriages, bankruptcy, drug addiction, and a mind-numbing dead-end job. But he’s made it through, and now he’s a few short years from retirement. He’s looking forward to his golden years, until he meets an ancient Uwharrie Indian shaman, who turns him into a werewolf. She believes Clifford is the red wolf foretold in prophecy, the one who will unite the wolf packs and lead them to victory over the vampires for once and all time. Too bad she doesn’t tell him that before she dies. Now, rescuing beautiful young women from the clutches of the undead has its rewards, but will it pay the rent for the next thousand years?
Everyone has accepted the Prophecy of the Red Wolf except the Red Wolf himself. Clifford would like to reclaim some semblance of a normal life, but there are three beautiful reasons he cannot cut his ties to the pack of werewolves of which he has become a part. There’s Heather, the sister of the Uwharrie Pack alpha, whom the pack has chosen as Clifford’s mate. There’s Nicole, the talented young Omega wolf, a seeming reincarnation of Clifford’s once and greatest love, who shares a strange and disturbing bond with him. And there’s Danielle, the gorgeous young vampire who currently shares his bed in a forbidden affair.
Clifford faces a difficult choice indeed, but it may not be his to make. Powerful forces are afoot in the world, and to protect the ones he loves, Clifford must seek the help of the powerful Fae who foretold the prophecy in the first place, the one who might do anything to make sure the prophecy comes true, the mysterious Dragon of Doughton Park.
The Dragon of Doughton Park is the second in a series of Red Wolf novels, depicting a world where vampires are mere generations away from realizing mankind’s destruction, the ultimate goal of the undead and the mysterious beings that created them.

Product Details

BN ID: 2940015933420
Publisher: John Hundley
Publication date: 10/23/2012
Series: The Red Wolf Novels , #2
Sold by: Barnes & Noble
Format: NOOK Book
Pages: 275
File size: 289 KB

About the Author

John Hundley lives and writes in Charlotte, N.C.

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The Dragon of Doughton Park 3.5 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 2 reviews.
prismseven More than 1 year ago
I received a copy of this book in exchange for a honest review. I was a little taken back by the child like cover when i first opened the book resulting in a preconceived notion on how the story was going to be. Needless to say i was pleasantly surprised on how much I enjoyed the story. The fantasy/paranormal elements made the story more interesting. The relationship between the vampire and the werewolf brought a little heat into the story, and the intervening of the wise old dragon added an additional magical feel. Overall fun read.
Midu More than 1 year ago
What I liked: Cliff's character is fun reading about - he chews on stuff and hesitates making rash decisions but he ends up exactly that! the Inner Circle pack wasn't stupid - they guessed Danielle might be spying for her master etc Nicole & her problems with Cody seemed genuine - she's an Omega & he's a dominant, things shouldn't be smooth in their relationship & they weren't how Cliff realized that they didn't have much of a plan when the packs attacked the vampire nightclubs & that it was luck that got them through. It thus becomes essential for any battles in the future books to be meticulously planned out. the twist at the end - can't wait to see where Claire's been up to! What I didn't like: Cliff's soft spot for Danielle has become irritating - when will he get over it? There wasn't much indication in the first half of the book about Cliff being hung up on Claire and suddenly he just was? I would have liked some more details about the Dragon & his sidekick but I'm pretty sure, we'll learn more in the next book. A good follow up to an interesting book!