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Cry Of The Wolf (The Pack, Book 6, Silhouette Nocturne) Mass Market Paperback – January 1, 2007
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Colton Reynolds lost his daughter two years ago because of drugs. When he learns who Jewel really is, Colton offers his help. In fact, he insists she needs him after someone cut the break lines on her car. Colton knows Jewel is ready to run again, but Leo would only pursue her.
Jewel wants desperately to trust Colton. Yet Jewel knows she has bad judgement when it comes to men. Besides, even if Jewel told Colton the truth about what she is, he would never believe her.
*** I found this to be a pretty good read for a road trip. I believe it would be best if read in the mountains, surrounded by woods, or at the beach, since the setting is around a lake. Nothing original within these pages. Nothing fascinating either. But no matter where you read it, you will be entertained as you take a walk on the wild side. ***
Reviewed by Detra Fitch of Huntress Reviews.
CRY OF THE WOLF is a superb foray into the world of the shifter. Karen Whiddon's twist involving a werewolf who can't shift is an interesting one and provides a different approach to the overall genre. Jewel's struggle with her inability to change adds depth to her character as she goes from acting like a victim to a survivor.
Karen Whiddon addresses a very powerful issue in CRY OF THE WOLF as she focuses on battered women. Leo has tried to shatter Jewel's spirit, just as he repeatedly broke her body. Jewel's trust in men is at a low point when she meets Colton, but luckily Colton is a very special man. The emotional impact of CRY OF THE WOLF is extremely potent and it is encouraging to see such a talented writer dare to address such a touchy subject as domestic violence.
CRY OF THE WOLF is spectacular! Karen Whiddon is quickly developing a reputation as a writer to keep an eye on in the paranormal genre. CRY OF THE WOLF is yet more proof that Karen Whiddon should be on any paranormal lover's auto-buy list.
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When she tries and fails to change, Jewel collapses. Reporter Colton Reynolds finds her unconscious and revives her. When he realizes who she is he admires because she turned in Leo; his former wife killed their daughter because she was dealing drugs. Jewel and Colton are attracted to one another, but she fears revealing to him she is a werewolf while he needs to uncover the secret she hides from him. After two failed attempts to kill her, he vows to keep her safe even if he dies doing so.
Karen Whiddon provides werewolf romance fans with an enthralling paranormal thriller that is filled with action and intrigue especially with enemies trying to eliminate the two protagonists. Readers will sympathize with Jewel for what she has put up with from a sadistic monster while hoping she can transform into a werewolf. The author cleverly handles spousal abuse inside an exhilarating tale.