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The Wild Bone by Julie Ramsey
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Short but entertaining...

This book starts out with a group of young teenage friends heading to a local club. Once they arrive, they discover they’ve walked into a club for the supernatural, and they aren’t exactly welcome. After a tense escape, the group returns to their normal lives. Flash forward six years and Sally encounters Tony, the sexy stranger (werewolf) that helped her escape disaster that fateful night so long ago. And, at twenty four, she is just as attracted to him as she was at eighteen. Tony knew from his first encounter with Sally she was his mate but he was forbidden to act on his attraction until she turned 24. Now that she has come of age, he is determined to make his mark and claim her as his own. Unfortunately the local pack’s beta is also determined to claim Sally. Sally’s entrance into the supernatural world sets off a chain of events that she never saw coming.

I really enjoyed this story. It was short and quick, but entertaining. The author captivates her reader from the very first chapter. The story flows well and was easy to follow. I also enjoyed the different take on the paranormal/supernatural world where it’s not a secret. The human’s know about all the paranormal beings and dislike/avoid them, which felt natural and added a realistic feel to the story. This book would be a solid 4 stars if it were not for editing problems. Don’t let that dissuade you, it is worth the read. Looking forward to the next book in the series.

Melanie P. Smith

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