Legend of the White Werewolf 2-The Second Son

Rated 3.40/5 based on 5 reviews
This is the second book in the Legends of the White Werewolf Series.
We find out more about Ariel and continue to follow her struggle to prevent anyone from taking advantage of her family. Matt is faced with the decision to pursue Sally or let another wolf sweep her away. Will he make the decision knowing he will have to go become a werewolf or will he let her go forever? More
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Words: 61,060
Language: American English
ISBN: 9781301505128
About Crystal Dawn

When she’s not out hunting rogue vampires and werewolves, you can find Crystal Dawn out exploring the galaxy. She can do it all without ever leaving her computer. She kicks ass, takes names, and puts it all down for the enjoyment of her readers. At least that’s what I think she told me. Writing came as a natural outlet for her overly creative mind. The start of her stories is the easy part. Finishing them is a little harder when all the stories are in there trying to get out. She loves reading, chocolate, fine sweet wine, and traveling among a large list of pursuits. Her favorite people, after her family and close friends, are her readers who she says are some of the most wonderful people in this galaxy and the next.

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Review by: mayna saunders on Oct. 19, 2013 :
I really enjoyed this book. Waiting on the next one so I can read it as well.
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Review by: Bobby Davis on Sep. 06, 2013 :
I enjoyed this book very much. I do recommend reading it after the first one. It gives a continuation of the story following all the characters but especially Matt and Sally. It was different in some ways from the first but I enjoyed her range of writing. I had no problem following the story at all. I always appreciate an entertaining, free, full length book.
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Review by: eleanor overton on Sep. 05, 2013 :
This was a difficult book to get through. Very poor writing and very choppy. Can't bring myself to even think of reading the next book. Keep writing and it will get better. I hope to one day read a five star book by this author.
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Review by: caryn mcdonaugh on Aug. 28, 2013 :
It was a nice story, abit disjointed in some spots, but i would rather focus on the creative aspect- it took imagination to write this, so why sweat the small stuff
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Review by: cathy perkins on Aug. 28, 2013 :
having read the other books in this series, I was looking forward to another excellent read.
Sorry, this reads as if a 10/11yr old had written it. it was disjointed and very poor gramatically. only good point is that story itself was reasonably good.
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