Thrown to the Wolves

Thrown to the Wolves

by Charlie Adhara

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Product Details

ISBN-13: 9781488089381
Publisher: Carina Press
Publication date: 04/01/2019
Series: Big Bad Wolf , #3
Format: NOOK Book
Sales rank: 88,221
File size: 3 MB

About the Author

Charlie Adhara writes contemporary, mystery, paranormal, queer romance. Or some assortment of that. Whatever the genre, her stories feature imperfect people stumbling around, tripping over trouble and falling in love. Charlie has done a fair amount of stumbling around herself but tends to find her way back to the northeast U.S. After all, home is where the dog is.

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Thrown to the Wolves 5 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 3 reviews.
Anonymous 11 hours ago
At last we finally get to see inside Park’s world and get to know him personally. We get to see the real person that Cooper fell in love with. Such a satisfying third installment of Coop and Park’s trilogy!
Kat-E 17 days ago
Cooper is finally going to meet his boyfriend's family. This is normally hard under average circumstances but add the fact that said family are werewolves and the stress level hits the ceiling. Cooper bites the bullet and plasters a huge smile on his face while carrying his precious cat to his boyfriend's Park's home. Murder, deception and territorial wars are what welcomes Cooper. This is a fast paced and riveting read. Can a human who deeply loves his were mate make it with these unconventional family dynamics? Park and Cooper sizzle together and desperately cling to each other as a series of disturbing events threaten their relationship. I highly recommend this novel full of action, snarkiness and the belief that love is the thread that holds you together.
In_My_Humble_OpinionDA 20 days ago
This is a werewolf story but it could be about anyone or anything because it is more about relationships than anything else. Park has a complicated relationship with his family and he drags Cooper into it unprepared. I really liked Cooper and the way he handled each trial sent his way. A sweet and sometimes scary read. I didn’t know that this was part of a series when I picked it up but it reads fine standalone. That being said I enjoyed this enough to want to go back and see how Park & Cooper’s relationship began.