The Wolf She Married

Rated 2.67/5 based on 7 reviews
Shelly's husband has turned into a beast... and she loves it.
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Published by Summerhouse Publishing
Words: 1,830
Language: English
About Lizzie Lynn Lee

Lizzie Lynn Lee was a guitarist, receptionist, executive assistant, tarot reader, boutique owner, and graphic artist before she discovered that writing is her dream job. The advantage is that she can do it in her pajamas and socks. She’s an incurable chatterbox, heavy metal aficionado, book worm, digital enthusiast and a night owl since most of her stories were done in the wee hours of the morning because of her caffeine-induced insomnia. These days she still plays her guitar whenever she gets bored staring at her computer’s screen or plotting the most elaborate scheme of world domination. Fortunately, she has a chronically short attention span.

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Review by: wagemage on Sep. 08, 2014 :
I have to say this was not great. The dialog was not natural and the reactions were just strange.
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Review by: Virginia Conlin on April 08, 2013 :
Just ok
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Review by: Renegade on April 02, 2013 : (no rating)
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Review by: Jezi Jezi on May 24, 2012 :
the idea and the start is somewhat elanorate but I was waiting for more and I was hanging on the cliff. I wish there had been more.
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Review by: Cecilia Brown on April 19, 2011 :
I would've liked a little more, but what there is was good. The telepathy without an explanation other than he's a werewolf came off as a little cheesy, though.
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Review by: Cin Cin on April 05, 2011 :
Can't wait for anther story. This was very good and very detailed. Loved it!
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Review by: Ernest Winchester on April 02, 2011 :
I enjoyed werewolf movies as a kid when Lon Chaney Jr. was the consummate screen werewolf. Of course he never fucked in the forest. This tale is well written though somewhat cliched.
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