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To Catch A Wolf by Susan Krinard
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Feb 09, 11

it was ok
bookshelves: fantasy, romance, paranormal

Another disappointing fantasy/romance crossover. This one involved werwolves, a supernatural creature that I think has a lot of romantic potential (certainly more potentail than the more popular vampires), but something was missing from this account. It seemed that instead of the supernatural element adding to the romantic element, it tried to replace it -- the magic serving in lieu of real emotions or a real relationship. In fact, when the magic touched this story, it seemed to make everything easy and convenient.

None of that tipped this book down to 2 stars, though. A bigger problem, and the reason I don't feel I can recommend this book, was a total feeling of disconnection from the characters. Our heroine's brother, Neil, in particular, didn't make any sense, though we spent a lot of time in his viewpoint. His secondary romance really bothered me....I actively hated it. I found his actions contradictory, and I didn't understand the feelings between him and Kaitlin.

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