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Hailed as “exhilarating,”* “ passionate and hot,”** USA Today bestselling author Angela Knight’s supercharged romances combine heated passion with non-stop action. And she’s back with more werewolves and vampires—in a story too hot to handle… Jim London is outraged over the death of his friend, a fellow bounty hunter and werewolf—and thinks the police department of nearby Clarkston cooked up a phony story about Tony’s murder. The only way to find out is to go undercover. And, in his wolf form, Jim can do that better than anybody...

There’s one complication, though. The new police-dog handler, Faith Weston, is sexy enough to bring out the animal in any man…

Published: Penguin Group on Apr 4, 2006
ISBN: 9781101158166
List price: $7.99
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What if a cop finds out that her police dog... is actually a werewolf, who's undercover trying to find out who killed his friend. Throw in the Arthurian vampires, some bad vampires, a fairy king, a rogue werewolf, and an overly cautious werewolf chieftan. Mix well. Stay up reading until you've finished. My only quibble is that the story is so extremely busy. A reader who hasn't read previous books in this series might well get lost.read more
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Jim London has been raised as a werewolf with full knowledge of his duty to protect mankind should the mage vampires set in place by Merlin go mad from their own power. When his childhood friend is brutally slaughtered he goes on a quest to find the answer. His cover is to infiltrate the Clarkston Police Department as Rambo, drug dog extrodinaire. What he didn't expect was to fall in love with his beautiful handler, the distrustful Officer Faith Weston.Although I found this book a fairly interesting addition to Angela Knight's mageverse series, the characters didn't seem to have the same spark to me as others in the past. I can't really put my finger on why. The story did serve to move ahead her series as a whole and it was nice to see more of a connection beween Arthur and Gwen, I had always thought they didn't really like eachother very much. I think if you're a big fan of werewolf romances, this one would be a pretty good choice even if you're not familiar with Knight's other works.read more
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I really enjoyed this story. A bit on the short side, it still had a lot going on to move the main plot of the series along. I really liked the H&H. They were made for each other. I enjoyed the steamy romance between the two of them and the dialogue. Characters from the prior stories also popped up.read more
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Good of the type, the type being romantic suspense with a paranormal twist. It has some extremely explicit sex scenes - you can take that as a recommendation or a warning, according to your personal preferences. [grin] I give it a B, verging on B+.read more
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What if a cop finds out that her police dog... is actually a werewolf, who's undercover trying to find out who killed his friend. Throw in the Arthurian vampires, some bad vampires, a fairy king, a rogue werewolf, and an overly cautious werewolf chieftan. Mix well. Stay up reading until you've finished. My only quibble is that the story is so extremely busy. A reader who hasn't read previous books in this series might well get lost.
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Jim London has been raised as a werewolf with full knowledge of his duty to protect mankind should the mage vampires set in place by Merlin go mad from their own power. When his childhood friend is brutally slaughtered he goes on a quest to find the answer. His cover is to infiltrate the Clarkston Police Department as Rambo, drug dog extrodinaire. What he didn't expect was to fall in love with his beautiful handler, the distrustful Officer Faith Weston.Although I found this book a fairly interesting addition to Angela Knight's mageverse series, the characters didn't seem to have the same spark to me as others in the past. I can't really put my finger on why. The story did serve to move ahead her series as a whole and it was nice to see more of a connection beween Arthur and Gwen, I had always thought they didn't really like eachother very much. I think if you're a big fan of werewolf romances, this one would be a pretty good choice even if you're not familiar with Knight's other works.
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I really enjoyed this story. A bit on the short side, it still had a lot going on to move the main plot of the series along. I really liked the H&H. They were made for each other. I enjoyed the steamy romance between the two of them and the dialogue. Characters from the prior stories also popped up.
Is this review helpful? Yes | NoThank you for your feedback.
Good of the type, the type being romantic suspense with a paranormal twist. It has some extremely explicit sex scenes - you can take that as a recommendation or a warning, according to your personal preferences. [grin] I give it a B, verging on B+.
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