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M, 29, Welder • Grew up reading Christopher Pike & Steven King
by Naomi Clark
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Ayla Hammond has come home.
After years as a lone wolf in a self-imposed exile she's rejoining the pack and trying to mend fences with her parents. She's convinced them to accept her girlfriend, but can a lone wolf change her ways?
As if homecoming wasn't hard enough, Ayla also can't help getting involved in a missing person case. With pressure to solve the case mounting from the pack alphas, Ayla is starting to question where her loyalties lie - and if a return to the pack she left behind is really what she wants.
- Nicely Abstract
- Easy read, could safely be a young adult book
- Focus of the story is not specifically the werewolf element and could easily be converted to a contemporary format with all paranormal elements stripped out
- Repetition of details caused an urge to skim
- Lacking depth on the social/sexual interaction of the werewolves, light love scenes and vague references
- Curiosity propelled me to the end, through slightly predictable plot twists
- Feels like a TV episode, could be books before and after
- Compelled to read further into the series in hopes that the gaps would be filled in (This is the first book in the Urban Wolf series)
I received this book through a contest on Sidhe Vicious Reviews.
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