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Weremones (Blue-Collar Werewolf #1)

3.64 of 5 stars 3.64  ·  rating details  ·  94 ratings  ·  7 reviews
With a control freak ex and two teenage kids, Diana has her own problems and no need to borrow anyone else's troubles. She's an Empath, though, and the young wolven Pack that lands in her lap is difficult to ignore or dissuade from their determination to adopt her as den mother.
ebook, 202 pages
Published July 13th 2011 by New Concepts Publishing (first published March 26th 2006)
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Cherry Mischievous
I was just browsing for something else to read and came across this book. Bought it but was not really expecting it to be very entertaining. There are annoying clerical errors which should have been corrected by the editor but it seems that the editor was not very particular either. However, clerical errors and all, BBW can spin a tale which draws the reader right along for the ride. I have to say this book was surprisingly good. So much so that I went looking for further books by this author. S ...more
This started out okay but then got bogged down with too many story lines. The romance wasn't enough of a focus and I had to read about too many things that I didn't care about. The main characters were interesting, I liked that the heroine was older with kids but I don't think the author did justice to the romance that could have been focused on. The heroine did pull some TSTL moments too. So overall, it was okay but also kind of annoying due to the story meandering around too much.
Carolyn F.
What a wonderful book if you ignore the title and the cover.

Adam, in looking for a missing fiancee, finds her pelt the same times he finds a boy being molested by the alpha. He kills the alpha and now has 6 teenage abused werewolves to take care of. His old alpha said he can't come back and can't send the boys to him. He doesn't know what he's doing. Diana after being chased by some werecoyotes is reintroduced with the boys that her daughter used to bring over for meals a lot a couple of years
This book only crossed my radar due to a friend mentioning it on an under rated books thread in a group. I was intrigued by the blurb so thought I would give it a try.

While I liked the book, I am not sure what drew me to it was what the author intended. I was more fascinated by the pack of teen wolves more than the romance between Diana and Adam. I loved watching Diana mothering the boys, even after she learned their secret. I found Adam's "what the hell" attitude on the boys to be funny. His un
Diana Ridley has enough problems of her own, with two teenage children and an ass for an ex, she is not looking to be den mother to Adam Weis and his pack. Adam is the Pater Cainis of his pack, as the foster parent to five boys he had not planned on finding a mate but the boys determination that Diana is who they want has him finding ways to spend time with the fiesty woman.

I almost passed this book because of the title, however it was pretty good. I am giving it a 3.75 because there were a few
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Good story, but the book (I have Kindle version) has a lot of typos, misplaced commas, etc.
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