Lost in the woods...
Marlee Peters is tired of putting her dreams on hold. So when her friends can't continue on a long-anticipated hike through Yellowstone National Park, she goes on without them. But Marlee isn't alone in the woods: She is being hunted by a pack of frighteningly intelligent wolves. When a fight for survival takes an impossible turn, Marlee realizes that the enigmatic stranger who saves her might be her dream come true - or her waking nightmare.
Big, bad wolf...
As the pack's enforcer, Daniel has sworn to keep the existence of werewolves a secret. He knows that Marlee's bites may change her life in a way she can't imagine, but if they don't, he can't let her tell others about his race. Yet Marlee is awakening Daniel's most primal urges, and soon neither one of them will be able to resist the call of the wild.
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Oh man, this is not a review I ever thought I would write about a book written by Jeaniene Frost or narrated by Tavia Gilbert, but here goes. First of all, I was very excited when I first heard Jeaniene Frost had a new book in the works. I preordered it a long time ago and actually forgot about it until I got the email saying it was available. I downloaded it and was eager to listen because I have missed Cat and Bones and was hoping this new series was going to be just as good. Imagine my surprise when I heard Tavia Gilbert announce it was a novelette. Yes, I realize it was my own fault for not paying close enough attention to that tid bit in the first place, but had I paid closer attention I NEVER would have paid 11 dollars for a book that is an hour and 30 mins long (or short). And here is my second disappointment about this, and ugh, this pains me to say...the performance by Tavia Gilbert was so extremely annoying! I can't believe I am saying this but it is true. She reads the main character so franticly from the start and most of the way through the story that it really becomes quite annoying. It started to annoy me so badly that I was wishing she had been eaten by the wolf so it would have saved us an hour and a half worth of annoyance. Again, this review pains me, but I just thought I would let it be known that this book is not worth the money that they are charging. :(
- Just Me
Could be a series