Werewolves: The Secretby Angela Beegle
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Now living in Spokane to be near her children, Creede and Mandy's mom still doesn't know her kids are werewolves. That kind of secret can't be kept forever, though, especially since she's going to be asked to babysit once a month on the full moon! She's not stupid. Sooner or later, she's going to notice a pattern.
And speaking of doing the same thing every month on the full moon, Deputy Sheriff Jack Herschel is starting to run into problems at work. Law Enforcement Officers are really good at noticing patterns, too.
Meanwhile, Creede's self-appointed enemies are stepping up their game. One of them, Benny Altos, mines family and tribal history to decide that Creede must be a nahual - an evil skin-changing witch - and nobody can convince him otherwise. He'll stop at nothing to get his proof. The moron. Apparently nobody ever taught him that you shouldn't ask questions if you're not going to like the answers. The other enemy, Brant Durrell, will stop at nothing to be rid of Creede...even blackmail.
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One more great book from what is turning out to be a really great series of books. The author's treatment of werewolves is refreshingly different. they aren't horrific monsters nor are they sappy romantics. She writes good stories, not Harliquin romances or porn disguised as pararnormal fiction. The characters experience real conflicts and real issues- and they aren't constantly jumping into bed.
This is by far one of the best series I have ever read.. I hope and pray that it never ends.. the only other series I can say this about is Stephen Kings Black Tower series.. Angele Beegle knows how to keep me coming back for more.
Loved it cant belivie jacks a wolf its makes it just bettef