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“Overwinter starts off pretty good but then it all fell apart for me. I think I had my expectations too high. I picked up this book because I read it was a romance but it was not romantic at all and to be honest the relationships in the book were very strange. You have Dzo who I liked but...”see full review » see other reviews »
“I loved being in the wolf's mind! wish there were more books like this!”Liltay t wrote this review Wednesday, April 3, 2013. ( reply | permalink ) Was this review helpful? Yes | No
“Overwinter starts off pretty good but then it all fell apart for me. I think I had my expectations too high. I picked up this book because I read it was a romance but it was not romantic at all and to be honest the relationships in the book were very strange. You have Dzo who I liked but couldn't understand why he was hanging around the werewolves. Lucie was crazy so I couldn't understand why everyone didn't just get rid of her. Chey acted strange, was weirdly written. And Chey just slept with Powell just because. I think the only character I liked was the blue man because he seemed like a real human being. He protected Chey even though he knew she was a werewolf which he hated. The ending was horrible. Everyone died except Chey and that was the end. Skip this one. ”Salamah M wrote this review Wednesday, May 23, 2012. ( reply | permalink ) Was this review helpful? Yes | No
“So it had more of a conclustion than book one. But that's not absolutely going to mean I was okay with the ending. He does a good job sucking you into the story where you think you can put it down next chapter than then you REALLY don't wanna do that by the end of that one. I like the twist that he has on the werewolf legends. It is worth reading.”Sarah H wrote this review Saturday, July 30, 2011. ( reply | permalink ) Was this review helpful? Yes | No
“I KNOW IT WILL BE AWESOME”JamaDORA wrote this review Thursday, May 19, 2011. ( reply | permalink ) Was this review helpful? Yes | No
“There is just something special I have found in David Wellington.
Not only did I love Frostbite, but Overwinter just solidified how much I am in love with Wellington as a writer. I knew that there was a high possibility that it would end with a huge sacrifice, I was right. I knew that as the heroine, Chey was in the clear, but I pretty much knew from the previous book that anyone else was free game. I knew that it would be unrealistic for Chey to ever forgive Monty fully. I wouldn’t have, but I would respect all that he had done for me. I think in a deep part of herself Chey will never forget, nor will she ever admit that she was actually love with Monty, and that made her a true, and real heroine for me that I will forever respect!
Every character in this werewolf series made me smile. They were well thought out; there were distinct roles they all had to play. They even had one hell of a great villain and god she was so easy to just hate! I won’t force anyone to read this book, I won’t even recommend it. I love it, and I love it so much that I want to keep it to myself for all time. I would love for other people to appreciate it as much as I did. It had this uniqueness that made me what to be a better writer.
On I move to David Wellington’s zombie series!”
“I am not a fan of paranormal fiction, but picked up this book on a whim. It kept me captivated throughout. The story was tightly knit and compelling. It is the second book in a trilogy. And while I do wonder what happened to all the characters, I do not plan to read the sequel or the first book.
Cheyenne has been transformed into a werewolf by Monty. They have gone into the far north of Canada to be as far away from civilization, and any people they might hurt, as they can be. But also to find the cure that Monty has spent most of his life pursuing. They are joined by Lucie, the French woman who turned Monty during the first World War. Soon blood is flying everywhere. Sexual tensions rise as both women want to be Monty's alpha female. Meantime, the Canadian government and a Russian want the werewolves dead. Do they survive? Do they find a cure?”
“The continuation of Chey and Powell's adventures as they look for a cure to the werewolf curse.”johnnylrider wrote this review Monday, January 31, 2011. ( reply | permalink ) Was this review helpful? Yes | No