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Sitawan: A Humboldt Pack Story (Humboldt Pack Stories)

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Most humans wake up to mice in their kitchens, Sitawan wakes up to Werewolves in hers. Pack Leader Lavaka pursues Sitawan’s talent for dream prophecy like he’s stalking an elk on a full moon hunt, her environmental consulting firm remains solvent mostly because of Werewolf business connections, and she dates a human cop at a time when Werewolves are no longer shot on sight ...more
Kindle Edition, 350 pages
Published December 11th 2013 by Linda M. Mitchell
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Nancy Hausauer
May 12, 2014 Nancy Hausauer rated it it was amazing
This book is great fun. The main character (Sitawan) is a strong, engaging woman, and there are many other compelling characters as well. The plot is a satisfyingly complex page-turner. The setting in the beautiful redwood forests of Northern California is vividly rendered. But my favorite part is the richly imagined depiction of werewolf life and culture--delicious. I'm looking forward to the next book in the series.
Leo Jr.
Dec 09, 2014 Leo Jr. rated it really liked it
I fell in love with the wolf pack and their mysterious culture. The book makes me want to visit Humboldt, but not alone! The characters are great, the story is compelling and how can you not like someone named Sitawan?
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