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Gone with the Wolf (Entangled Covet) (Seattle Wolf Pack Book 2) Kindle Edition

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 "Gone with the Wolf held me captivated from the very beginning...amazing scenes and a flawless writing style made the story magic."--Cover Bound Book Blog
 "...I loved this paranormal romance novel because it's edgy and entertaining."--Reading on the Rocks
"The dynamic between the two of them was enough to keep me turning pages. I loved this one for the sheer fun of it."--WiLoveBooks

"The love scenes were scorching! Overall, this is a great category paranormal romance with a strong feminist thread that really sets it apart from many of it's genre mates. It's sexy, smart, and just cheesy enough to fit nicely in the category romance niche. A RhiReading recommended read..."--RhiReading

"The sexy scenes were super sexy! Any Paranormal romance or werewolf fan will enjoy this!"--Urban Fantasy Investigations

"Both characters were very well developed and drew you into their story, making you eager to turn each page and see what happens. For those readers who are into werewolf storylines, this book is a great read - it has just enough twists to keep you reading more."--The Book Reading Gals

"Gone with the Wolf was a good pairing of the best elements of a contemporary romance and a paranormal romance. All in all a very enjoyable read."--The Book Chick
"Miller delivers one sexy story with Gone with the Wolf. She even throws a few curve balls in there to keep you guessing right up until the very end! The intimacy between Drake and Emie is smoldering, sexy and passionate. The action and suspense will keep you intrigued as well."--Tam's Two Cents

About the Author

New York Times and USA Today bestselling author Kristin Miller has had a passion for language and literature her whole life. Born and raised in northern California, she often made up stories about faraway places and edge-of-your-seat adventures. After graduating from Humboldt State University, Kristin taught high school and middle school English, married her college sweetheart, and had two beautiful munchkins. In 2008, she took time off from teaching to raise her children, and started writing while they napped.

She is the author of dark and gritty paranormal romances for Avon, light and snarky paranormal romances for Entangled, and is venturing into the sassy world of contemporary romance. Most of books include take-charge alpha males and independent women; all of them contain love that moves mountains.

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Product Details

  • File Size: 1288 KB
  • Print Length: 244 pages
  • Page Numbers Source ISBN: 149378398X
  • Publisher: Entangled: Covet (April 23, 2013)
  • Publication Date: April 23, 2013
  • Sold by: Macmillan
  • Language: English
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  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #89,367 Paid in Kindle Store (See Top 100 Paid in Kindle Store)
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New York Times and USA Today best-selling author Kristin Miller writes sweet and sassy contemporary romance, romantic suspense, and paranormal romance of all varieties. Kristin has degrees in psychology, English, and education, and taught high school and middle school English before crossing over to a career in writing. She lives in Northern California with her alpha male husband and their two children. She loves chocolate way more than she should and the gym less. You can usually find her in the corner of a coffee shop, laptop in front of her and mocha in hand, using the guests around her as fuel for her next book.




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I don't really know where to go with this review... Gone with the Wolf started off really great, I was having a good time and then it just suddenly fell flat...

If you had asked me how I felt about this book when I had only read half of it, I would have told you it was fun, sexy and I was really loving it. But now that I've completed the book I can't really say that much for the second half. I also don't know if the same characters continue into the next part of this series because there is no indication as to what's actually happening in the second part of this series. Will it be new characters? Will we continue with Drake & Emilia's story? I really can't tell you because I have absolutely no idea. But what I can tell you is that if this story continues with a second book, it might actually make me feel better about this book in the end... but only a fraction better.

Here are my issues:

* Like I said, all went well during the first half of the book. From half-way onwards... it was just boring and I had to force myself through the rest of it.

* Emilia started to annoy me at one point. Don't get me wrong, I really liked her in the beginning, but I felt as if she just didn't grow much during the book... even though she finds out something that's majorly life altering... she didn't change at all. She remained as stubborn as she was from the start and I can't put my finger on it... she just turned out to be really bland.

* Drake was ok. Not a top Alpha male or Alpha wolf rather. He ended up just really being part of the furniture and not a prominent part in Gone with the Wolf.

* The break in the plot was strange.
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9 of 9 people found the following review helpful By Kathie @First Page to the Last Book Reviews on May 18, 2013
Format: Kindle Edition
I love shifter books, so jumped at the chance to read this one when it came up at NetGalley.

This is first in the Seattle Wolf Pack Series.

Emelia, a bar owner and office temp, is annoyed, offended and feels unjustly used when the bar she was told she owns is now held by Drake Wilder. Emi takes a job as a temp in his corporation, hoping to speak to him, but he proves elusive. She schemes to confront him the office Halloween party held in his home. She's dressed as Little Red Riding Hood. In the wine cellar she meets this wonderfully attractive man, who kisses like sin, not knowing that he is her boss. Once she realized who he is, and he her, that's when the sparks fly. Drake, once he realized that she was his Luminary, his mate for eternity, had hoped to ease her into his world. He invites her to a gala where she is thrust into the shifter world when Drake's brother, Silas, a truly nutso shifter with delusions of grandeur, confronts her.

I was a bit shocked at the lengths that Emi, while working in his office as a temp, went to disrupt his business. The issue with her bar kind of fizzled out, too. In fact, there were several threads that just went nowhere. There was a lot of "telling" rather than "showing" in this book.

At one point, Alpha Drake, lets Emi go into hiding without searching for her for three days. He would get physically ill if he didn't see her...and yet he let three days go by without seeking her out? They also had this bonding connection, but he didn't feel her massive fear? Yes, I found that odd. This is the first book in a series, so there was world-building going on, I understand that.

New shifter worlds are enticing, and I have high hopes for the next book. With Logan, maybe?
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7 of 8 people found the following review helpful By Carrie Piva on September 20, 2013
Format: Kindle Edition
Gone with the Wolf is the story of highly-strung CEO and Alpha Wolf, Drake Wilder, and Emilia Hudson - a temp secretary at his firm with an ulterior motive.

When I picked this book up, I didn't have high expectations but tried to get into it with an open mind. So many romance writers are scratching their itch for some hot CEO on secretary action at the moment, and I was ready to find out why. Suffice it to say, this book didn't really go in that direction at all, despite what the blurb would have you believe.

At the beginning of the book, Emilia is almost single minded in perusing Wilder for the wrongs she thinks he's done her - his company, Wilder Financial, seems to think they own the building she bought years ago; the one where her beloved bar is already struggling to stay afloat. This issue, which is given so much attention in the first part of the book, promptly turns into a subplot, then dies in the arse (pardon my French) when Drake's romantic intentions begin to consume the author's attention. Emilia's whole crusade with the bar just sort of fizzles out - though admittedly, the author does make some attempt to show us she hasn't forgotten.

Miller goes to great lengths to describe her heroine as a no-nonsense, wild kind of gal. My question is; what does she actually do that's considered `free spirited'? There's not enough evidence of this, except for the fact that Drake keeps saying it. Over and over again. In my opinion, a good writer can illustrate a character without directly labeling them, as the author has done here. Emilia struck me as a poorly written character, and it was incredibly distracting. One minute she's super mad with Drake, then she's madly in love with him.
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