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by Christine Warren
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sherrysniderfundin
sherrysniderfundin rated it 2 years ago
I won some of Christine Warren’s books from by sister, Laura, @ fuonlyknew, sooooo… I am on a were kick and loving every minute of it. Amazon / Goodreads Wolf at the Door by Christine Warren is a steamy paranormal romance with fun dialogue and characters that quickly won me over as they s...
Book Hoarders Anonymous
Book Hoarders Anonymous rated it 5 years ago
Aright, so our H finds himself attracted to a scent that he has to stalk down only it's at an important meeting so people keep trying to distract him. He eventually chases it down, chases the owner of said scent around a bit and...is evaded. Only, it's temporary as the owner of the scent is at the...
karenf
karenf rated it 6 years ago
There was a lot I did like about this book. There was the author's voice, which was fun. I liked the world with all the different supernatural races, the snarky dialogue and the characters. None of it is new to PNR but it's presented in a fun way. So why the low rating? First, there were a lot o...
Cassandra Reads
Cassandra Reads rated it 7 years ago
What is with the paranormal series becoming so focused on having humans learn about demons/vampires/shifters/witches etc? I know not all of them do that, but it seems like it's becoming a theme. Having all of the groups come out at once is new, since most of the other series have it as one group com...
The Demon Librarian
The Demon Librarian rated it 7 years ago
This was a little disappointing. It had some elements I really liked, but overall it missed the mark for me.We start out by meeting our star couple, Irish werewolf Sullivan Quinn, and American Fox-woman Cassidy Po. Their meeting was somewhat unorthodox but amusing and I thought I was in for a treat ...
Curse of the Bibliophile
Curse of the Bibliophile rated it 7 years ago
This first installment in Christine Warren’s “The Other” series is chock full of laughs and one very sexy wolf. Quinn is by far one of my favorite werewolf heroes of all time. He is extremely funny and definitely knows how to treat his mate Cassidy. I can’t get enough of his way of wording things ei...
Harbinger of Books
Harbinger of Books rated it 8 years ago
This is a cute book. The plot is not complex or challenging, in short the Others (shifters, fae, vamps, etc) are on the verge of being outed by a fanatical human group. I liked Cassidy and Quinn they are a cute together.In short it is a fun fast read.
Genosha is for lovers
Genosha is for lovers rated it 8 years ago
Warren writes well in the light-hearted scenes but when it comes to anything plot driven it's tedius. She does make use of great myths that most paranormal writers over-look and so I'd be interested in books where those entities are the lead characters. Without that edge, this isn't anything speci...
Mitabird
Mitabird rated it 10 years ago
Wolf at the Door was a decent read. It started out slowly, but picked up the pace half-way through. It's basically about a group of fanatics who call themselves the Light of Truth, threatening to unveil the paranormal world of The Others. The Others are trying to find them before it's too late. I th...
Swept Away Again
Swept Away Again rated it 10 years ago
I liked this book but I didn't love it. I thought it was well written and the storyline was great along with the whole 'others' idea. And was gripped in reading it and managed it in one sitting but I find it lacking, maybe because it was too short!Or the story just wasn't what I personally wanted. B...
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