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Buried Bodies

(Anderson High Wolves #1)

4.23  ·  Rating details ·  13 Ratings  ·  4 Reviews
Jenny Reynolds may be a mere human, but her life is anything but ordinary.

She’s juggling her senior year of high school, a sick mom, a brother who depends on her, and, oh yeah, there’s the matter of a body in the trunk of her car. As if that isn’t enough, the werewolf quarterback of her high school’s all-shifter football team has started sniffing around.

Evan Carmichael nev
Kindle Edition, 66 pages
Published June 20th 2015

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Tink Magoo is bad at reviews
Aug 11, 2016 rated it really liked it
Shelves: shifters, no-sex
While I really like this author's writing style and stories, I find it frustrating that they're so short. Especially with this one.

I want to read about the build up between the pair, what happened before the hours written in this book and after.

I was teased with a mating claim and an erection, now I want to read about what he did with it.

Christi Snow
Jun 22, 2015 rated it it was amazing
My Review:
This book has the best beginning I've read in a long time. Most teenage girls don't start out their high school day shuttling their little brother to school and thinking about their dead stepfather who they murdered the night before...who just happens to be in the trunk. Haha...yeah, this isn't your typical NA/YA, but it was so fun.

Jenny has a lot on her plate and she's only 17. As a result, she has a great inner monologue. Make breakfast, dump the body, don't look at the cute quarter
Nov 22, 2015 rated it really liked it
I’ve loved Kelly Apple’s romps through supernatural erotica (Monstrous Tales – The Wicked Woods, The Wicked Wolf, The Wicked Merman, The Wicked Dragon and her new series, Pinnacle Point – Ghost of a Chance) but I have to admit, I love the stories that have a little more ‘story’ to them even more. Buried Bodies definitely falls into that category.

I guess that the description makes the story seem a little more ‘light’ than it really is. True, Jenny does have a dead body in her trunk, but the reaso
Kristilyn (Reading In Winter)
This was a good introduction to the series! I'm sad it was so short, but I'm definitely hooked enough to read the next one.
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Kelly Apple is a hardcore paranormal junkie with the bad habit of falling for damaged heroes. Finding (and writing) characters who make her heart break is one of her goals in life. She has a boy who can drink his weight in Mountain Dew and always tries to get her to play video games with him. She politely declines on account of all the voices in her head who are impatiently waiting for their stori ...more

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