The Dragon and the Wolf

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Rated 3.00/5 based on 1 reviews
Just go for it…

Westley Stone is a werewolf, and he didn’t expect to survive being tortured by hunters, but he did, and only because an incredibly sexy dragon shifter dropped out of the sky to save him. More
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Words: 21,540
Language: English
ISBN: 9781310464638
About Mandy Rosko

USA Today Bestselling and award winning author Mandy Rosko loves writing paranormal romances with werewolves, dragons and people with special powers. She is the author of the Things in the Night Series, Night and Day, and the Dangerous Creatures Series.

She does M/F, M/M, a touch of medieval under her other pen name, Rizzo Rosko, and pretty much anything else she's in the mood to write (which makes things confusing for readers since that means she's too much of a flake to stick to any one brand).

Favorite authors right now are anyone who writes dangerous and tortured heroes ;)

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Things in the Night Series:
The Vampire's Curse
The Legend of the Werewolf
The Shepard's Agony
The Dragon and the Wolf (A prequel novella)

Night and Day Series:
Night and Day
The Calm Before The Storm
All Hell Breaking Loose
Book Four Coming Soon!

Dangerous Creatures:
Burns Like Fire
A Shock To Your System
As Cold As Ice Coming December 8th 2015

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Reviews

Review by: Sadie S. Forsythe on Jan. 31, 2014 :
This was almost good. It started off well and remained good for about 2/3 of it. Then, seemingly out of nowhere, the pace skyrocketed, the romance popped into existence out of the ethers apparently, there was an almost sex scene (or rather, there was sex just no sex scene, leaving me feeling cheated) and then the whole thing just ended. It felt very much like the first couple chapters of a longer piece, as opposed to an actual short story.

I could try and excuse it as a prequel, but it's not the first in the series and the sequel is about another couple entirely. Which suggests to me that there isn't to be much more of Westley and Chris' story, even if they do happen to be in the next book.

The writing seemed pretty good, but it's a teaser at best.
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