This is a fast moving fun romp full of werewolves, witches, ghosts and more. The end still leaves unanswered questions that will hopefully be answered in the next two books that I am very impatient for! Other than that, the characters are well developed. The plot is believable.
Kirsten (kpbunny) reviewed Howling at the Moon (Tales of an Urban Werewolf, Bk 1) on
Helpful Score: 3
This is the first book I've read by this author (but not my first paranormal) and I found it difficult to get into. Too many story lines and too many cliches (both in what the characters say and how they are portrayed) made the story a bit ho-hum for me. That some of the scenes don't seem to fit with the main story is distracting and it just fell flat for me in the descriptions of the relationships between the characters.
The author sets up the next book in the series with an abrupt ending, but even with that I have to say that I'm not very interested in finding out what happens next.
I thought this was a fun and easy read and tht the characters were nice and easy to like. I picked up two junk books before I decided on this one and Im glad to say it made the cut, I will be adding it to my collection and I look forward to reading the other books in the series.
Just finished this book. It was a little slow, the story could have been more interesting if the heroine would have connected with the macho werewolf. At times she seemed dumb, especially for an intelligent half-wolf.
Her mother is a great character. Didn't especially like the ending, just left me hanging, no real conclusion. Didn't take that long to read as I skipped over parts to get to the action.