Taming the Wolf
Attacked by a wolf while hiking, Anna Avery's life just got a little hairier. Living in the Big Horn mountains in Wyoming, with a group of werewolves who are more animal than human, Anna must try to hold onto her human side. It's not easy when the alpha continues to persuade her into his bed,... show more
Attacked by a wolf while hiking, Anna Avery's life just got a little hairier. Living in the Big Horn mountains in Wyoming, with a group of werewolves who are more animal than human, Anna must try to hold onto her human side. It's not easy when the alpha continues to persuade her into his bed, while another wolf is chomping at the bit to become her mate. To top it all off, dead bodies are showing up and it just so happens that Anna was the last to see them alive. She'll have to work to prove her innocence and taming the wolf who bites first and asks questions never.This book is not intended for readers under 18.
Publish date: 2012
Publisher: Everdark Publishing
Pages no: 218
Edition language: English
Series: Anna Avery (#1)
3.5 starsWell that was rather...skanky. But, in a good way, if that's possible. I actually REALLY enjoyed this one, but in a so bad it's awesome kind of way. The other Stephanie Nelson books I read we're quite a bit better written, less trite dialogue, better descriptions. So basically if you're loo...
I received this book for a fair and honest review. This is the first book in the series.This book is the type that you want to curl up in your favorite reading spot and close off the world until you are done reading. You don't even want to worry about having your favorite beverage because that woul...
I have to say that I really enjoyed this book. It was actually #5 on my TBR list, and I don’t know why I never got around to reading it. The plot was fun, at times funny, and all together unexpected which is what I love in books. The two main characters had some serious chemistry, and there was even...
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The blurb suggested Taming the Wolf had the potential for a pleasant diversionary read but, honestly, I didn't make it past the huge exposition dump in the first twenty pages. I didn't get to a lot of dialogue but what I read was stilted and awkward. Given that this has received five star reviews, I...
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