Little known fact about being a werewolf: There are always wolves at your door and some of them are up to no good.
Chloe Weiss' dreams have finally come true: She's a null no more, her wolf has finally come. She's now a full member of her pack in the remote Appalachian "weretown" of Hunstville.
Even better, she's mated to the pack's next alpha, Jackson Swift. However, now that she's on the other side of her happy ending, things aren't quite as rosy as she'd expected.
The women of her pack resent her status as alpha's mate and suddenly there are rumors that Chloe is an Omega, a werewolf so weak they are banned from ever mating. Worse, an old friend of Jackson's blows into town full of disapproval.... and competition. It seems no one likes Chloe except Jackson.
Then women start disappearing, violently kidnapped from their homes and never heard from again. There's a killer on the loose in the small town of Huntsville, and the one wolf he'd do anything to have is Chloe.
Now Chloe will have to fight... for Jackson, her place in the pack, and her life.
This stand alone audiobook is a sequel to the best-selling To Bring Her Wolf.
©2013 Michelle Fox (P)2014 Michelle Fox
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"My ears are bleeding"
Why does the narrator think that a southern accent is equivalent to high pitched whining? She sounds like she is crying no matter what she is trying to say. I couldn't even finish it. I might read the Kindle version but I can't listen any more and I haven't made it to the halfway point.
The story is pretty good, but the narrator is horrible - too damn annoying. They should have stayed with the original narrator Rose Caraway
Just because the story is set in the southern Appalachians, so unnesscery
Original narrator - Rose Caraway or Amanda Ronconi if you need that southern drawl.
The story was really good.
I really enjoyed listening to this book despite the fact that I struggled a bit with the accent. It made me smile everytime I heard the drawl but it sure did fit into the story.
I found the narration exceptional and I lost myself into the story many times.
The storyline was intriguing and it had some adventure and adrenaline rush.
There were some moments that I found some expressions a bit cheesy and I would have liked to have some more story in the ending but overall it was an enjoyable book that I would recommend to others
"Wow what a story"
Chloe is mated to Jackson. He was able to bring her wolf so now she is full shifter and part of the pack. But now everyone is happy about it. A few woman think Jackson should be theirs and Chloe is in the way and therefore in danger.
Chloe trys to tell Jackson but he only has eyes for her and thinks that's all there is to it. But others have eyes on Chloe and she us there target.
Can she get thew this alive?
And to all that and there is a rogue alpha kidnapping woman. A rogue alpha is the werewolf of nightmares.
Wow that a story full of action and mystery.
Audrey Lusk gives Chloe a real southern Bell sound and puts lots of teasing into the story lol it real fun.
"Loved Chloe and her snark"
This was one of those stories that I thought that it was the second in a set that I was already listening to. So it is understandable that I was a little confused at the start. Once I got going all was good. While I didn’t really need the first one in the series, it might have helped to understand where Chloe & Jackson were starting from. Chloe & Jackson are pretty much newly mated and just settling in when there’s danger to the pack from a killer.
I really liked Chloe’s sense of snark and whit but wondered why she was so unsure of her match with Jackson. As the story progresses, Chloe knows that she has to help protect the pack and begins to blossom as an Alphas mate. I felt that Jackson was a little dense and inattentive as a mate and most especially for an alpha. The storyline was good and easy to listen to. I would definitely recommend it as one that you can listen to while commuting.
"empowered (Anglo) underdog gets even."
Great werewolf story with mean girls getting what they deserve. No people of different color or culture is the only draw back for me. But I cheered at the end. Good story.
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