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Pretty Little Werewolf: Little Werewolf book 1 by [Salidas, Katie]
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  • File Size: 3470 KB
  • Print Length: 237 pages
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  • Publisher: Rising Sign Books (June 9, 2015)
  • Publication Date: June 9, 2015
  • Sold by: Amazon Digital Services LLC
  • Language: English
  • ASIN: B00W8W68Z4
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Amazing! Loved this take on werewolves by Katie Salidas! She definitely threw an interesting lore to it and I can't wait to read more! Giselle has been in foster homes all her life. Will this next one be the home she desires? Following Giselle as she discovers the world around her, the secrets flurrying about and the handsome magically inclined guys is quite the adventure! Giselle knows somethings up and she's going to make sure she finds out exactly what.

If you enjoy YOUNG ADULT paranormal stories, this is it! A fresh take on werewolves in Las Vegas! Loved it!
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Right from the beginning, this book reminded me a lot of Twilight. Love triangle involving paranormal beings, including a werewolf, hot guy with a lot of angst, even a science class partner situation. I was able to overcome these parallels, however, because of he pacing of the story and the style in which it is told. Unlike Meyer, Salidas doesn't over-power her characters with flowery language and multiple adjectives. She also knows how to get to the point, which I appreciated. I do feel like a lot of work went into creating this world, and while this is not a cliffhanger, I am wondering why it is a stand alone. It doesn't have to be, and I hope that it isn't. I really liked some of her character, more the minor ones like Damien and Taylor (Di drove me crazy, and even the main character, Giselle, was annoying at times) and I'd like to hear some more about their lives.
There were a few proofreading issues, including Giselle's name being misspelled, but it wasn't too distracting. It's clear to see that Salidas's extensive writing career has made her a pro at storytelling, and I am interested in reading more from this author.
I love the cover, too, even though I'm not sure what it has to do with the story (the dress??) and it is the exact same cover as another book that came out a year earlier, by another author.
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A young werewolf who's spent her life in foster care finds her dream of being part of a real family threatened by a decades-long pack war.

Giselle's had a tough childhood full of displacement and rejection. She's about given up hope that any of her foster placements will turn into a forever family. So when she ends up at Martina Hernandez's house, where her "condition" isn't a cause for immediate removal, she should be over the moon. Turns out being part of a pack requires a degree of commitment and submission (to the alpha) that she's not sure she's made for. Then she finds out that her new foster mom may not be all she seems. There's an ongoing pack war and it isn't clear which side is at fault. Giselle needs to discover the truth before she commits to her new life.

Kadie Salidas does a good job giving us a layered heroine whose strengths and flaws vie for control of her better nature. As much as Giselle yearns to be part of something bigger than herself, experience has taught her that it's a mistake to rely on others. At times it's as if she looking for a reason to reject her new pack. Her relationship with her foster sisters is refreshingly normal--friends one minute, bickering the next. We learn no more about Taylor or Di's origins that we do about Giselle's. Taylor also seems to have some history with Damian, a witch. It becomes obvious that she cares for him, though his attention is fixed on Giselle, who is herself obsessing over the standoffish Asher.

Asher isn't just cold...he's outright offensive. Over the course of the story, we see his mask slip a little, but not enough to really grasp what's going on inside until near the end. Even with his problems, Asher seems a better match for Giselle than Damian does.
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A wonderful YA tale following Giselle, a 17 year old foster girl who just can't find her place and gets bounced from house to house more than regularly. And then there's that funny problem she has once a month, not the normal kind of girl problem, but the fur sprouting, tale wagging, wolfy kind of problem. As tho being a kid in the system isn't hard enough, being a lone wolf who knows no love, and has to figure things out on her own is the cherry on top. Giselle has built herself a protective wall. She wants a family more than anything, but is she afraid to let herself have one? She finds herself in a new home that she just might be able to have a family and actually call "home," forever! But she is a strong willed and driven young woman who wants peace and happiness, and will not align herself to something unless she knows it's right, for everyone involved. Something is up, and no one will give her a straight answer, so she will find the answers herself. She finds more than she could have ever imagined, and the risks were worth it!
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Giselle is not your typical teen girl. She has been in the system her whole life and bounced from family to family. I guess some folks can handle with their foster child turns into a wolf... ah well!
Poor Giselle is moved to a new family and she instantly feels a connection, she just cant place it - eventually she learns that she isn't alone after all!
While living in her new home, she learns more about her kind but most importably, she learns about herself. She learns how she controls her emotions and how to help those around her.
I really liked reading this story, because as a former foster parent, I have seen firsthand how some children yearn and struggle looking for their forever family. From self sabotage to fear, I could empathize with Giselle the entire way.
Dealing with some tough issues, Salidas takes us on an emotional roller coaster as we dive into the shifter world of politics. I highly suggest you read it, and I suggest you do so with a box of tissues handy!
~Dowie
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