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Sixteen-year-old Cody Forester is a werewolf. He lives in Loxahatchee, Florida, where his horrified parents banished him. He works hard at keeping his superpowers secret, yet the circle of people who know about him is expanding.
Now a bona fide mad scientist is taking an interest in him. Cody learns that her posh werewolf retreat is actually a secret laboratory. Her inmates endure tests and torture to further her megalomaniac dream - while their unwitting families pay dearly in the hope of her finding a cure for lycanthropy.
Cody doesn't want to be her science experiment. Moreover, he doesn't want to be taken away from Brittany, the most beautiful girl in the world. Brittany is the love of his life - even though she is no longer speaking to him. She wants a normal boyfriend.
Desperate and alone, Cody faces the evil doctor. He has one chance of saving himself. Will his reckless ploy be enough to free him from her clutches? Or will he face certain death in the Werewolf Asylum?
©2014, 2016 Roxanne Smolen (P)2017 Roxanne Smolen
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By Shane on 06-23-17

I want that belt!

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Cody is the new kid in town. He’s hardly been around long enough for his crush to know he’s the Amazing Wolf Boy. Now his mother wants him committed to a Werewolf Asylum. Cody isn’t the only one having parent issues. Brittney and a runaway kid from the nearby Native American tribe also deal with some heavy family drama. Smolen is great at utilizing a recurring theme.<br/><br/>I really liked the different method of shape changing that was introduced in this installment. If I could change into any animal, but it had to be one that I killed, I might end up being something wimpy. Then again, maybe I could get a hawk. It would be awesome to be a bird of prey. <br/><br/>There is more fun in the nude camp next door to Brittney’s house in this one too. <br/><br/>I received a free copy in exchange for a review. Any review. That fact that it’s a good one is because the book is good. Which has nothing to do with how awesome I am. You’ll have to find that out for yourself @S_Shane_Thomas on Twitter.<br/><br/>There was a scene where a couple character surprised me with a show of loyalty that actually made me a bit misty eyed. Don’t tell the other guys…<br/>

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By Shade Wolf on 06-09-17

A wanderful but very surprising story. Heartfelt!

A wayward wonderous story of werewolves. that kindled my heart with love & tickles that makes your heart beam with joy and heartfelt appreciation to what u have, haven't & what could be.

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