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Wolf at the Door by Christine Warren
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May 31, 12

bookshelves: romance-paranormal, the-others, men-scotland-ireland, women-holds-her-own
Read from May 24 to 29, 2012

In this world there aren't only vampires and werewolves; fae and witches. But a whole slew of the shape shifting creatures. This is the world of the Others.

The Others have managed to keep their identity under wraps, until now. A religious cult seeks to expose the identity of the European Others. So a meeting of the councils inner circle is called. They meet in New York to talk about their possible unveiling. But many think this would be a very bad idea.

The cult has captured the mortal wife of a Russian vampire and they fear she will be used as a source or information. Sullivan Quinn an Irish werewolf is sent to the council meeting to try and push for an unveiling. He thinks it would be in their best interests if the let the humans know about them in their own way. Instead of letting the cult pick when and how.

Cassidy Poe is an Anthropologist and a foxwoman. She's not quite a were-creature. Instead of being anchored to the moon, her species uses Native American magic to change. Cassidy thinks it would be a very bad idea if the others came out into the public. As a scholar in human cultures she is adamant that the human race could not handle their existence.

The Felix is a werecat. He is also the cool, calm and collected moderator of the councils meetings. (He's a pretty cool dude.) For some reason he decides that Cassidy and Quinn should work together to discover the roots of the cult. ;)

Very entertaining plot and I loved the characters. Never grew bored with this book. The author has an amazing sense of humor. I was hooked as soon as Quinn was called Cujo. :)

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