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- Publication Date : April 25, 2019
- File Size : 1574 KB
- Word Wise : Enabled
- Print Length : 140 pages
- Publisher : Falstaff Books (April 25, 2019)
- Text-to-Speech : Enabled
- X-Ray : Not Enabled
- Enhanced Typesetting : Enabled
- Screen Reader : Supported
- Language: : English
- ASIN : B07QPCJVSC
- Simultaneous Device Usage : Unlimited
- Lending : Enabled
- Best Sellers Rank: #159,659 in Kindle Store (See Top 100 in Kindle Store)
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Jason and his cop friend are best buds. There is a lot of brotherly teasing and one liners between them, as well as absolute trust. It's a bit like a buddy cop relationship, but only one of them is actually a cop.
I'd love to see this turned into a series. Thanks for a great read.
The worst thing about being a werewolf is losing your ability to think and empathize like a human being. Luckily, James Coldstone manages to keep control of himself. The one friend who knows his family secret laughs at him for admitting howling at the moon sometimes helps with stress issues. James is pretty sure his grandfather knew better than to murder people left and right. The fact that his grandfather also ended up incredibly wealthy may be a coincidence. At least his grandfather left James with enough money that James does not have to deal with job discrimination.
James helps his knowledgeable friend, who works as a detective at the police station. Turns out werewolves can be very good at tracking lost people. It's useful to know a werewolf when a child goes missing. And what happens when James figures out he's not the only shapeshifter in town?
James is a sympathetic werewolf protagonist. This book is a great set up for an exciting series I am looking forward to reading in the future. James Gilbert is a delightful writer and I am lucky to have received an ARC of his book (I am honest, even when I get ARCs). James is trying to redeem his family name. I recommend buying this book if you enjoy sympathetic shapeshifter stories.
James Coldstone has it all but hates most of it - he has wealth, but will never touch it; famous family with long-history ruined by a serial killer father; and great power ... as a werewolf. Living modestly, out of the way, helping his childhood best friend, Phillip Brown, with police cases that have supernatural culprits, James' not-quite idyllic life comes to an abrupt end when a series of murders leave bodies torn apart, as if by an animal - but in their homes, as if by a human. Having had a werewolf father, all eyes turn to James.
Someone is framing him. While his best friend asks formal police questions like "Why?", James' wolf asks a more feral question: "When are you going to let me off the leash?"
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