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2.41 of 5 stars 2.41  ·  rating details  ·  17 ratings  ·  6 reviews
Channing Best needs the healing of a broken heart after her husband and best friend Mal's death. Retreat, located off the coast of Florida, is a counseling center that might be her best shot. But she finds more than she bargained for the first night she's there in the form of a leather clad hunk with a whip who's not afraid to use it and a werewolf who haunts her every mov ...more
Kindle Edition, 36 pages
Published March 1st 2012
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Lady Raven RAVE!
Channing needs to get away to mend herself after the death of her husband. So, she decides to go to Retreat, a counseling center that is located on an island off the coast of Florida. While there, she met a man called Adolph, who is more than what he seems.


This has a great cover and a likable title, however, this story did not connect with me. It's a novella that is very short, no complaints there; I just needed more. The plot of the story wasn't strong enough. With a title
I just didn't understand why the wolves had to be werewolves and Adolph had to be magic. It gave NOTHING to the story. Other than Channing saying she just knew they were werewolves, and he confirming it, there wasn't a single other factor that relied on that knowledge.
It was so unnecessary that it was absurd.
If you are going to make them werewolves, and him magic, there has to be a story there, somewhere. If you aren't going to make a story out of it somewhere, then they can be just wolves and
R.E. Butler
I think I would have preferred this book if it didn't have supernatural elements to it. From the description, I assumed that the werewolf would have more than just a part in passing, and Adolf's "magic" seemed tacked on. If it were just a straight novella about two lost souls who needed healing, finding it in a therapy retreat, then I'd have given it more stars. The paranormal element, what little there was of it, just threw it all off for me.
Lorraine Lesar
Don't bother! Just as it gets started, it's finishes! Lots of unanswered questions, so you have to boy the next instalment - I feel cheated!
Too short, had potential.
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