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When one man can't reconcile with the wolf inside of him, he knows all he can do is run. Take the wolf with him and run away from those he doesn't want to hurt. But will that be his greatest mistake?
The pack is coming together, but one wolf would rather be alone with his demons than united as a team. In the second installment in the Olento Research series, Connor runs from the Lucidite Institute and his pack, fearful of what the wolf will make him do. All of the men describe feeling the impulses, the desires that are unquenchable, coursing through them. But Connor knows he has a lesser chance of resisting those impulses due to his background. And after what he almost did to Adelaide, he can't risks it happening again.
However, Mika hasn't given up and he's more driven to retrieve the werewolves he knows belong to him. He plants a mole in the Institute and then goes to work creating a werewolf meant to catch other werewolves. One that is stronger, faster and bigger than those in the original pack.
Meanwhile Zephyr is quickly following leads and tracking down members of the pack, but will he be one step behind Olento Research? Can he rescue his team and stop Olento Research before they capture their would-be assassins?
©2017 Sarah Noffke (P)2017 Sarah Noffke
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By Charles on 09-22-17

Big Bad Wolf

Would you recommend this audiobook to a friend? If so, why?

Yes, it is not a traditional werewolf story and certainly not a fairy tale about wolves. Great writing, likeable characters and overall fun. Second in the series that continues to pull you in and make you want more.

Did the plot keep you on the edge of your seat? How?

Certainly at times it did. The fight scene between the good werewolves and the big baddie was a great scene. Sarah Noffke did a wonderful job of describing the overall scene as well as the details without detracting from the fast paced flow of the fighting.

Which character – as performed by Elizabeth Klett – was your favorite?

Not sure if I have a favorite anymore. I loved her depiction of Rox in the first book, but I am leaning more towards Adelaide. Elizabeth Kent brings her frustration and attitude to life, making you feel for what she is going through even though at times you wish you could reach right into the book and smack her.

Was this a book you wanted to listen to all in one sitting?

Yes, but as much as I'd like to I have enjoyed Sarah's books so much that at times I prefer to give the story a break to let the scenes sink in before continuing.

Any additional comments?

Sarah continues to surprise me with each story she writes. She does an amazing job of creating lively characters as well as well written and insane story ideas. This book does not disappoint!

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By Rabid Reader on 09-03-17

Brilliant story

This is a brilliant second audiobook in the series and the narrator once again does an excellent job. Ashamed of attacking Adelaide, Conner has run from the Lucidites and taken up his old habits to mask the guilt he feels. With Mika continuing to evolve new twists on humanity, it's an even more perilous race as to who will find Conner and the remaining wolves first, the Pack or Olento Research. This fast paced story has lots of suspense, intrigue, action, humour, loss and hints of romance, the narrator dose a great job of making the listener feel the emotions in this story. We see both the brutality and the underlying humanity of the werewolves and your heart aches for them, but you also see the beginnings of acceptance and hope. Noffke's characters have depth; they have emotions, flaws, self doubts and longings that feel real and you become even more attached to them with each chapter. In this book you can not help but love the sarcastic repartee, the captivating characters and a storyline that will keep you on the edge of your seat and leave you craving for more.

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