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by Kari Gregg
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Il Mondo di Lexy
Il Mondo di Lexy rated it 10 months ago
Mamma mia... era davvero tanto tempo che non mi capitava di sputare veleno e sangue dopo aver letto un libro, non che non mi siano capitati tra le mani soggetti pessimi sotto ogni punto di vista ma questo... AHHH la furia e la rabbia che ho provato per tutta la lettura non riuscirò mai e poi mai a r...
Mammarella rated it 4 years ago
A pack of werewolves wants to put out an injured 4 year old whelp out of his misery. His family feels differently on the subject and they disengage from the pack to care for their disabled son somewhere else. With the help of human doctors and human drugs Noah gets somewhat better, finds a job and i...
La Crimson Femme
La Crimson Femme rated it 4 years ago
How is it I missed this book? So I read it. Rough male shifter sex... seriously, what was I thinking not reading this book? This is sweet with an alpha male and a damaged shifter boy. What was really weird for me? That male shifters can get pregnant. I mean, really, how does this work? The se...
MishyJo rated it 5 years ago
Usually I like Kari Gregg's story but this one not so much. The premise had a ton of potential but the writing was sloppy.
liz blue ~ paperback reader
liz blue ~ paperback reader rated it 5 years ago
3.5 starsSteamy sexy fun. There's some story development in there too. Emotional pain and personal growth, etc. A lot of this is just pure sexy time hotness. Enjoy.
She Reads Too Much
She Reads Too Much rated it 5 years ago
mpreg.No thanks. Everything else pushes my buttons but...um...no thanks for now.
Trisha Harrington's Blog
Trisha Harrington's Blog rated it 5 years ago
This won't be for everyone, but I really enjoyed this book. The two characters, Noah and Wade, were interesting and I thought they made a pretty good couple in the end. But this book isn't your typical insta-love shifter story. Yes, there is a strong pull in the beginning, but both characters admitt...
The Novel Approach Reviews
The Novel Approach Reviews rated it 5 years ago
Kari Gregg has used some familiar shifter tropes to really good effect in Pretty Poison, when the new Alpha of the City Shifters, Wade, barges in on the quiet country life Noah’s family has built so he, Wade, can enforce a pact that’d been drawn up before Noah’s parents had broken with their pack—a ...
adrianamae rated it 5 years ago
see Jenni's review.
Romances and more...
Romances and more... rated it 5 years ago
2.5 stars. I liked the non-perfect character, but I feel that much of the storyline could have come from multiple books in this genre.
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