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Tommy Roling has a great freelance job, a healthy daughter, and a new city to call home. Plus he's finally comfortable with the fact that he's a werewolf. So why isn't he happy?
Could it be his daughter's "terrible twos", which seem even more terrible because she chooses to stay in her wolf body most of the time? Or is it his growing distance from his family, as well as Nina, his on-again, off-again girlfriend?
Those questions remain unanswered as a group of strangers disrupt the lives of Tommy, his daughter, and his slacker brother. The strangers give Tommy and his small pack a harsh glimpse of the whispering madness that hovers just outside the safe boundaries of their fragile little world.
A world that Tommy just might not be able to hold together on his own.
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By Troublemer on 08-04-16
A Family Affair
This book is book 2. I have never read/listen to any books by this author. I received this book free for an honest review. The story is about a werewolf family. Tommy, his 2 year old daughter Corinne and his older brother Burt.
They along with several other people battle a group of individuals that want to prevent the shifters from changing into what comes natural.
This was a pretty good story and considering it missed the first book it was pretty easy to follow. The narration was great.
5 of 5 people found this review helpful
By Amazon CustomerBeliever on 08-27-16
Good Second Book
Tommy, Nina, Burt and Corinne are at it again. The narrator was spot on with the characters. The story moved forward at a nice pace. Many of societies problems were addressed in the book. And yes there was a terrible two who stole the show. She would not come out of her wolf form which caused a few issues. Nina also presented some problems. But Burt with his drinking and just going through the change were not so good. I was given this book in exchange for an unbiased review via audiobook boom. I got through this book better thsn I did the first one so perhaps there's hope for book 3.
2 of 2 people found this review helpful