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The Werewolf's Wife by Michele Hauf
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May 31, 12

Recommended to Angela by: netgalley
Recommended for: Paranormal romance
Read from May 14 to 15, 2012 — I own a copy, read count: 1

This book is part of a series, but I don't think you have to read the others before this book. I didn't and I don't feel as if I missed anything by not reading the series in order. This book is about Ridge Addison, the new alpha wolf of a very small pack, and Abigail, a witch. They have one passion filled night and end up married, but end up going their separate ways. Thirteen years later Ridge finds Abigail to get a divorce. This is where I started losing interest. Abigail is suppose to be some bad-ass witch but we never see it. She has Ridge fight her battles for her. And Ridge wasn't much better. He's an alpha but acts as a Beta. I just didn't see these two as a couple. One thing that bothered me was at one point Abigail says something (or thinks) that Ridge has to prove himself if he wants a divorce. Why prove himself? One other thing was that its against the rules to use vampires for bloodsport, but its okay for witches to eat a live beating vampire heart. I don't get the difference.
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19.0% "Why does he have to prove his worth in order to get a divorce? I don't understand."
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