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Unraveling Midnight (Creating Home Series #2)

3.96  ·  Rating Details  ·  76 Ratings  ·  13 Reviews
An entanglement with a werewolf brings unexpected turns.

Scott, a lone werewolf expelled from his pack, bends over backward to give his kids everything he can - including knitting lessons for his daughter. Learning to knit becomes much more appealing with Lucy Jamieson as the teacher. His heightened senses tell him the compassionate and beautiful human might be what he and
Kindle Edition, 124 pages
Published January 4th 2012 by Lyrical Press, Inc. (first published January 1st 2012)
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Sweet, decent werewolf romance but it could have been more exciting - it was almost too sweet even for me.
What Scott and the his three kids endured in their past, the death of their mother, the exile from their werewolf pack and setting up a home in small town has left Scott supporting and protecting his family alone, and it's taking its toll. When his daughter Jessie talks to stranger in a park he can't help but to react.

Lucy, who runs a yarn shop downtown, is on a break when an adorable 6-year-old Jessie admires her knitting, she doesn't expect an angry father to snap at her, but she soon pacifies
Mar 07, 2013 Joletta rated it really liked it
Unraveling Midnight is the sweetest story that I have read in a long while. Lucy and Scott immediately spark together. They don't fall straight into the sack, they build upon each touch and each moment. The children are adorable and add depth to the story. That Scott was a single dad is what first caught my attention, and what a rabidly protective father he turns out to be. Lucy is unsure of herself, but she is very sure that Scott and his family is something that she wants to hold on to.

Scott, a wolf who has been exiled from his pack, with his three children in tow would do anything to keep his children happy. His twin boys are rambunctious and growing quickly, while his daughter Jessie is quieter and has taken a sudden interest in knitting.

For Jessie's sake he is willing to learn to knit, it helps that the woman teaching them is his mate, only thing is she doesn't know werewolf's exist.

How could you not adore a book with a wolf knitting, this was a ton of fun. Scott is so man
Meg Kinch
Jan 13, 2012 Meg Kinch rated it it was amazing
This book was really rather awesome. It had its serious moments, but it also gave me a good fit of the laughs too. The writing was very well done and the characters definitely well developed. The story never lagged for me, just kept moving along really well and I find that very hard to find in books lately. Kudos to the author for a great story!
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Apr 18, 2015 Stacey rated it really liked it
The difference between a good book and a great book is One star ,,,
That's why this book deserves a Five stars review ,,,

I enjoyed this book very ,very ,very much to say the least ...
I loved the main characters and I adore the young pups!

This is an interesting story about Love and how sometimes life hands you a second chance at happiness ...

I recommend this book to all romance lovers ...
Stephanie Beck
Jan 09, 2012 Stephanie Beck rated it it was amazing  ·  (Review from the author)
I love my werewolves! Revisiting my werewolf world and adding the funness of knitting made for a story and characters I love sooo much.I hope you enjoy!
Lj Ducharme
Jul 02, 2012 Lj Ducharme rated it liked it
It was O.K.
A bit predictable,and the characters never garnered much depth.
But it was ok for a less than 200 page book.
Emily Miller
Apr 06, 2012 Emily Miller rated it really liked it
A sweet quick read! Love me some werewolves!!! Jessie is too cute!!
Nikita Isaac
Jul 29, 2012 Nikita Isaac rated it it was amazing
Loved it, can't wait to read more by her.
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Stephanie Beck is a full time mom, part time writer and ameture speller.

She's been writing since she was fifteen. Her first novel, "Love on the Mats" was a graphic, heartwarming tale of a wrestler and a cutie coed which was lovingly edited by the c-squad basketball team on the long bus rides throughout the season. They were all sure it would be published and it still has a home in a
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