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Cry Sanctuary by Moira Rogers
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Jul 11, 2010

really liked it
bookshelves: urban-fantasy

This was a quick, delightful slice of urban fantasy! Abigail has been turned into a werewolf against her will; worse, the pack that turned her is run by an abusive alpha. She escapes to the town of Red Rock, seeking sanctuary among the wolves there. Keith, one of the Red Rock wolves, comes to Abby's aid, and the two quickly find they have an undeniable attraction building between them.

Moira Rogers created an interesting and unique take on shifter lore and culture. The love story between Keith and Abby was sweet, though the conflict with the other alpha was a bit too quick, and just a tad forced. It could have been fleshed out further, but perhaps that occurs in the next book or the one following.

Regardless, fans of urban fantasy along the lines of Patricia Briggs' Alpha & Omega series should enjoy this story.

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