“i liked this book because it had mystery and happiness and romance it was very cute between but suspensful at times”see full review » see other reviews »
“3.5 A good western, werewolf story. Enjoyed the strong female main character.”Corryn V wrote this review Sunday, May 8, 2011. ( reply | permalink ) Was this review helpful? Yes | No
“i liked this book because it had mystery and happiness and romance it was very cute between but suspensful at times”rebecca(GiRrZzZzZ XD) wrote this review Tuesday, March 23, 2010. ( reply | permalink ) Was this review helpful? Yes | No
“this book was excellent!!! It was about this girl who falls in love with a shape shifter.”Bella D wrote this review Sunday, January 17, 2010. ( reply | permalink ) Was this review helpful? Yes | No
“Her innocence destroyed, young widow Tally Bernard swore that she would never trust a man again. But when her brother disappears, she has little choice but to make a pact with the devil. Though he wants nothing more than to live a quiet life on a ranch of his own, Simeon Kavanaugh can't escape the legacy of his werewolf father. The animal instincts that keep him from being fully human also make him a brilliant tracker, forced to survive on the desperation of people in need. The attraction between these two wounded souls is immediate, primal -- and dangerous. And if Simeon has any hope of saving Tally, he must do what he has always resisted and merge both man and beast within him. But if she cannot accept what he becomes, his choice may cost Simeon the only thing worth having -- Tally's love . . .
“This last book in the 19th century werewolf series was a fantastic ending. It took me awhile to remember who Sim was; it's been awhile since I read the rest of the series. The only thing that bothered me a bt about this series was that it didn't bring in the past characters, and that's one thing I always like, to see my heroes and heroines from past books. But still, I loved Sim's quiet strength and torment, Tally's determination and stubborness, her belief that noting the world thinks matters. So true, that. The world doesn't really know who you are, so why listen to there opinion. Nothing better than a book that makes you remember.”Ley wrote this review Saturday, May 16, 2009. ( reply | permalink ) Was this review helpful? Yes | No