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    Good plot

    As a Tasmanian, I was excited about this book. I love Australian authors, love books set in my home state. I can really imagine myself in the scenes in familiar settings. This book had a good plot, the werewolf, hunter, witch entwinement would have been believable anywhere else geographically. What lost me was in Australia we don’t have wolves at all. Unlike most shifter stories set in America or Europe , Australia doesn’t have top furry predators larger than house hold dog. Dingoes and crocodiles are it for us. Romantically, that just won’t do it. Secondly, we are a young country, barely 250 yo. We don’t have centuries of folklore, unless it’s European and that’s sketchy. Witches in north east Tasmania? I love the idea, but it makes no sense to me. I would have believed this story much more had it been set somewhere other than Tasmania. I did like the characters and their struggles within. I’m looking forward to meeting the rest of the Diablo dogs meet their women. I will continue with the series because I will support an Australian author in her endeavours to bring popular fiction with an Aussie twist.

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