Jemmela in the Ruff

Rated 5.00/5 based on 1 reviews
Jemmela in the Ruff is a laughing adventure of a young woman who finds there's a world of werewolves and other supernatural creatures out there, a world she's already a part of. She'll learn the rules of this secret society, peculiar as some of them are, and also discover she's not alone. It's a hairy sort of girl-meets-boy story in a scary school setting. More

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  • Category: Fiction » Urban
  • Words: 147,470
  • Language: English
  • ISBN: 9781370693610
About Margot Honey

Writing is a great hobby, and I love entering other worlds and escaping the stress of work and bills. My favorite authors include Anne McCaffrey for the world of Pern and how different their lives were from regular, modern American living. I like Edgar Rice Burroughs for the details of Mars, and Jane Austen because her books were one of the few classics truly worth the eye strain (add Mark Twain to that list).

My day job is in small animal medicine, which is often more about soothing fretful owners than diagnosing and treating an ailing quadruped. When I'm not writing or working, I also like to play time management games, and cruising (land or sea).

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Salmander reviewed on March 10, 2017

This book is a girl-meets-boy story in the vampire vs werewolf genre. It's set near our reality so there is also the theme of hiding the magical world from the norms. This book is humorous, lacks harsh language and sexual content, but does have considerable physical and verbal violence. I don't have kids but I think it's appropriate for anyone YA and above. If you had a bad middle school experience, beware, this book will take you back!
The writing is good and equivalent to a printed book (sorry e-authors, I had a bad run in with a JD Robb issue a few books back and it hasn't worn off yet), clearly demonstrating that attention was paid to editing, word choice, and style. I particularly enjoy Jemmela's voice, but most of the characters are well developed. The world is well developed and I am eager to learn more about the author's take on magical predators and prey. I look forward to the next book in this series.
(reviewed 5 days after purchase)
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