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"Winter's Wolf" by Lou Grimes

Winter's Wolf makes me miss Teen Wolf so bad! I had a lot of fun reading this one. I forgot how much I love werewolves!

First off, I love the storyline. I was so engaged that I finished the whole thing in a single sitting. There was a lot of action, but there were quieter moments as well.

I also loved the characters. Louvette is snarky, smart, independent, and I love her banter with Arsen. In fact, I enjoyed all of the characters in this one.

Lastly, the writing is quick, witty, and straightforward. I was never confused, and the story is organized. A few lines had me scratching my head, but they were far and few between and didn't affect my reading experience.

Overall, I highly recommend this for fans of werewolves/ Teen Wolf. This one makes me want to read more paranormal fantasy!

Thank you so much to the author for a gifted copy in exchange for a review.

About the book:

"After the murder of a grandfather she has never known, Louvette Blackwood's world is drastically altered. While searching for the truth, she must survive another school, accept her true heritage of being a lupine, and handle corrupt investigators with the help of an unlikely ally."

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