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Preview — The Werewolf Whisperer by Camilla Ochlan
The Werewolf Whisperer
The Kyon Virus (also known as KV, Wereflu, or The Affliction) is a sudden-onset viral infectious disease that attacks the entire body, transforming the muscular and skeletal structures of the host. The Kyon Virus manifests in hosts in a variety of ways, leading to the three-tiered classification of the Were: Hound, Feral and Werebeast. No known cure for the Kyon Virus exi...more
That being said, for all it's clever twists and and savage turns, Camilla Ochlan & Bonita Gutierrez have also managed to craft two of the strongest female characters I've read in a long time. They are not superheroes nor are they the vampire-pining groupies that seem to flood the genre. Lucy and Xochitl are ...more
You get to see the beginning of a friendship between Lucy and Xochi, and you watch it grow and flower. They are ideal partners. One slightly withdrawn, and better with animals than people. The other only marginally better with people, but very forward and in your face. You can't help but get involved in their lives to date.
The plot is continuous, and runs smoothly with something always happening. You'll need to keep page turning to see what happens next, and you certainly won't want t ...more
These girls body-shame, stereotype, belittle and insult pretty much every person they meet, and still somehow manage to run a business. I mean, some of the stuff that was attributed to the mouths of these 'heroines' was downright disgusting.
Brace yourselves bitches, winter isn't coming just yet, but it might by the time you finish ...more
There is plenty of action, lots of suspense, an ongoing mystery to unravel and a couple of badass female protagonists, but that's just the surface. Yes, the female protagonists are ...more
A lot has changed in Lucy’s world- two years ago she was on the animal cruelty task-force breaking up dog-fighting rings. Now, Lucy, is basically Cesar Millan, with a gift for training our furry loved ones- they just happen to be Werew ...more
The Werewolf Whisperer gives werewolves a whole new look. Gone are the creatures from Dr. Creep’s Shock Theater and the hot, sexy wolves we’re seeing more of in recent days. These beasts are just humans who have contracted a strange virus and quite literally turn into canines. They come in various forms from the innocent hounds to actual werebeasts you don’t want to meet up with in a dark alley. Enter Lucy Lowell, a former cop with a rare ability to control these creatures a ...more
This novel is written seamlessly in two time periods, present tense adventures of Lucy Lowell, the Werewolf Whisperer, and Xochitl Magana, her partner, as well as two years previously when were ...more
The Series: Wow! What a ride! The action is gripping and tightly written. I love the few fight scenes in the book. Plus as a newly transplanted Angeleno, it's fun to read some of the locations I'm discovering in LA ...more
An unapologetic dog lover and cat servant, she lives in Los Angeles with her husband — actor, audiobook narrator and dialect coach P.J. Ochlan, three sweet rescue dogs and a bright orange Abyssinian cat.