Wulfie

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Smashwords book reviews by Wulfie

  • Claimed (Paranormal Romance/Urban Fantasy: Blood Lust, Novella 2) on Nov. 03, 2010
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    This is book 2 in the Preternatural series and it rocked. It's a little slower paced than the first book but it actually needs to be because great care is given to developing the characters fully. You could read this book as a stand alone or with the rest in the series. Trust me, you'll want to read the entire series. Zoe has built a great world here and, in this story, reveals another layer of that world. Great read.
  • Mated (Paranormal Romance/Urban Fantasy: Blood Lust, Novella 3) on Nov. 04, 2010
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    This was my first werewolf romance book and I loved it. The story is complete in itself, apart from the other two novellas in the series, and can stand alone. The story has everything: well developed characters that make you want to know more about them, mystery, tension, and a pace that keeps you turning the pages. I highly recommend this one and look forward to reading more of Zoe Winter's writing. She gets better with everything she writes.
  • Forsaken By Shadow on Nov. 04, 2010
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    This is a very well written, action packed story that moves so fast that sometimes it's hard to keep up. The characters are well developed and interesting. The Mirus world is interesting and complicated. The events that move the story forward involve a little time hopping but once you catch up there isn't a breather. You simply have to keep reading to find out who, if anyone, survives. The author has spun a great tale and world here, I look forward to what comes next.
  • Just My Blood Type on Oct. 30, 2011
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    This was an awesome romp through Xan's world. Loved the POV swaps between him and Therese during the interview. These characters come to life, I was totally sucked (pardon the pun) in so completely that I forgot I was reading. And it's hawt in the best way; it left me drooling for more. Very well written and perfect pacing.
  • Pop Culture Sucks, Manifesto Of A Vampire on June 13, 2013
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    This was a refreshing, frolic into the world of vamps in the form a memoir. A new take on vamps and their involvement with the messes humans make in history as well as a fast paced thriller when a serial killer turns vampire hunter. Well written and filled with laugh out loud moments...along with some snort worthy snark. Great read. Keep am eye on this writer!