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Melanie G. reviewed Call of the Wolf: Secret of the Wolf / To Catch a Wolf (Werewolf) on
Helpful Score: 1
I have read both books and they are good. She is a good writer. In my opinion, her werewolf series is her best. Some of her more sci-fi and fey stuff is kind of out there so to speak. The very best book of hers is the first of her werewolf books. Where girl finds she is a werewolf and must come to terms with the shock while finding her mate in a true alpha male. This book seem much less corny that others with similar plots.
this is a two books in one. Touch of the Wolf and To catch a wolf. I didn't realize it when I ordered it for I already have both books. I also have the rest of the Wolf series.. All are good and worth reading a second or third time. The books are about men and women changing into wolves for the sheer love of nature or to protect. I believe the action and also the romance is a great combination to keep you interested in reading and wanting to read the rest of the series
Contains two stories, Secret of the Wolf and To Catch a Wolf. In Secret, hypnotist Johanna Schell has taken over the care of Quentin Forster to cure his delusion of being a werewolf. Little does she know...
In Catch, Athena, crippled at a young age has put away dreams of love and freedom until she meets Morgan Holt a performer with a small traveling circus. Until recently Morgan had put away his humanity in preference for the wolf. He travels temporarily with the circus to repay a debt of kindness. Will their attraction free Athena and enable Morgan to blend the two sides of his nature?