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This is the remarkable first book in the stunning new Wolfpack Trilogy. It tells the story of Aisha, a curvy girl who is abused and humiliated by her boyfriend, Heath. He makes her believe that she is fat and ugly. When she moves to Alaska, she learns that there are men in the forest who can shift into wolves. They are more than willing to show her just how beautiful and desirable her body really is. Will you join Aisha on this remarkable, soul-stirring, journey?
©2015 Abby Weeks (P)2015 Abby Weeks
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By rjtrail on 06-18-15

This was.....simply put......horrible!

To begin with, the narrator has no concept of the flow of the English language. She chops the sentences and the misplaced pauses are far to long. I listened to this at a much faster speed and the pauses were still too long and irritating.
Some of the "chapters" probably don't fill a full page.

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By Teri on 09-24-15

Have you heard of a bacterial infection?

If I could, I would give this book a negative five star.
It seems like the author was lazy and did not even try to make the story interesting or relatable. All the characters were flat and had nothing to keep me interested to find out what happens to them, especially the main female character. Which is saying something since there is really only three characters that this whole book is about. Giving canned explanations does not work when trying to convey the reason as to why the main female character stayed with the abusive boyfriend and guide after they gang raped her the first time. And having the two main male characters continuously say "that's the way it is up here" as they get ready to gang rape her again is when I gave up on the book. The main female character seemed to accept, showing no sign of growing, no sign of changing. The author must have thought repeating the same scenarios would keep the book fresh, when all it did was become boring. And get disgusting.

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