Sherry's Wolf (After the Crash #3.5)

Adult
Rated 4.00/5 based on 3 reviews
When a plane crashes fifty years in the future the survivors learn:
1. Nuclear war has destroyed the world they knew.
2. Plagues have reduced the female population to a precious few and every woman is worth her weight in gold.
3. Werewolves are more than mere legends. And they want mates.

Sherry doesn't want to be a wolf's mate. Stag woos her, determined she will belong to only him foreve More

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Words: 33,040
Language: English
ISBN: 9781476142463
About Maddy Barone

Hi, I'm Maddy Barone, reader, writer, knitter, lover of historic costume and day dreamer. As a member of the SCA, a historical re-creation group, I get to wear all kinds of cool clothes from the Middle Ages and Renaissance. I've always written stories, mostly for my own enjoyment. It wasn't until recently that I decided to be serious about my writing and submitted Sleeping With the Wolf (After the Crash #1). I was amazed and thrilled when Liquid Silver Books offered me a contract. I have a total of 7 books planned for the series. Since I work full time I don't get to spend as much writing as I'd like. At this rate, Wolf's Princess won't be published until I'm 60!

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Review by: hrhsophia on Oct. 28, 2012 :
I am in agreement with an earlier review. I also didn't get Sherry's use of baby all of a sudden. I liked the story.
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Review by: Chelsea Spears on April 29, 2012 :
I did enjoy this book but at the end, when Sherry kept using the endearment "baby" I hated it. That is the one endearment I can't stand and she began to say it to Stag in every other dialogue. It was like she became a new person. I get that she was able to overcome her shyness but the whole "baby" thing just made me feel that she was a totally new person. Maybe the whole ending just felt a little rushed but it was still a good read. It's just personal dislike that I didn't like the endearment change.
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Review by: hazel gower on March 24, 2012 :
THIS IS REALLY A SERIES YOU NEED TO READ IN ORDER. I HAVE BEEN WAITING FOR STAGS BOOK SO I WAS SO GLAD TO GET IT FOR FREE , IT DIDN'T DISAPPOINT.
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