Publish date: August 27th 2011
Publisher: Silver Publishing
Pages no: 181
Edition language: English
Series: In the Shadow of the Wolf (#1)
I expected the writing to be worse than it was, so yay to the writing!
I don't know whether I unknowingly saved a life or something, but I've been having a fabulous reading streak lately (especially with shifter books).Taking such an overused concept such as shapeshifters on board and actually being able to add something substantial to it is a pretty amazing feat, and ...
I really enjoyed this different take on shifters. They can come into their change (first time of shifting) at pretty much any time up until they hit 20 or so, and when it occurs plays a big role in how their wolves are. They are extremely vulnerable in the first year of this shifting, which is a s...
Okay, the main reason this book has such a high rating is because Jaime is such a woobie and I have an extreme soft spot for well-written woobies. There are some weird character flaws with Rob going on, but he was mostly a plot device for me (anything for the sake of Jaime's happiness!) so w/e.Oh, t...
3 stars because of Jamie and for the fresh and intriguing twist on 'breaking' in shifter lore.I never really got a sense of Rob as a character. His initial reaction to Jamie upon discovering he was a wolf was extremely harsh and prejudicial-but then in the very next chapter we get this long info dum...