Master of Wolves
Hailed as “exhilarating,”* “ passionate and hot,”** USA Today bestselling author Angela Knight’s supercharged romances combine heated passion with non-stop action. And she’s back with more werewolves and vampires—in a story too hot to handle… Jim London is outraged over the death of his friend, a... show more
Hailed as “exhilarating,”* “ passionate and hot,”** USA Today bestselling author Angela Knight’s supercharged romances combine heated passion with non-stop action. And she’s back with more werewolves and vampires—in a story too hot to handle… Jim London is outraged over the death of his friend, a fellow bounty hunter and werewolf—and thinks the police department of nearby Clarkston cooked up a phony story about Tony’s murder. The only way to find out is to go undercover. And, in his wolf form, Jim can do that better than anybody...There’s one complication, though. The new police-dog handler, Faith Weston, is sexy enough to bring out the animal in any man…
Format: mass market paperback
Publish date: April 4th 2006
Pages no: 294
Edition language: English
, Adult Fiction
, Paranormal Romance
Series: Mageverse .5 (#3)
Opening line: "Faith Watsons new partner was big, muscular and covered in fur, and he didn't give her any crap." Wow, okay so in Angela Knight’s weird, out there ‘Mageverse’ world King Arthur is a vampire, Camelot’s Merlin is an alien, and everyone is searching for the black grail. There’s a fairy...
I liked it, kind of, just not enough to finish it. I started this series with this one so I did not know the characters or their stories. The world was weird and did not fit in the story. I read 2/3's of the book and just did not care about what was going on or who it was done too. So I quit.
When I first started this book I didn't realize it was #5 in on ongoing series. Back before I had children and too many dogs, I used to keep up with these things but lately I'm pretty much clueless and have been picking up too many books mid series and it drives me nuts. My mind is spent, used up a...
Book Number 5 in the Mageverse is just as captivating as the previous ones. I liked how Jim London was named "Rambo" as a dog. Snicker. This is a predictable ending but the journey is fun. Ms. Knight writes some witty dialog and just such fun and engaging characters. I recommend this to all who...