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    A Great Read

    An interesting new series, and it's a great first book. A new dimension to typical werewolf books and it adds some fun. One mistake could cost her cousin's his life, and hers as she tries to steal it back and deal with everything else in her life. Honor will get everything done if she can just stop showing up places naked. The plot is interesting and moves along at a fast pace with enough suspense and interesting characters to keep you reading.
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    A different type of shifter

    A woelfin is not the same as a werewolf. The woelfin puts on its pelt when it wants to transform. Honor is trying to find the pelt of her cousin. She and her pack are fairly sure where the pelt is but they need to retrieve it without letting the werewolves or humans catch them in the act. It was her fault that the pelt was stolen and so she feels that it will be her fault if her cousin dies through lack of contact with his pelt. Another great book from Aimee. [Reviewed on Goodreads: January 11, 2020]
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    In search of the pelt

    Honor was being draining by guilt. Mistakes had not been forgiven and with her cousin's life at stake, she had a long race to make wrongs right. Like these young wolves with intriguing situations trying to survive every day. With a wolfsfell still missing, a killer on the loose, a mystery to solve and partners in crime with their own issues, I was eager to know what was really happening. What was happening to Clarence? And Bastion, would he have enough time and Honor sleuthing while trying to keep the secrecy of her kind, would she fare fine? Distrust, guilt, fear and a strong sense that something was not what it seemed. This well written and interesting story kept me on suspense with the mystery, the good characters and the intriguing plot development. Read the short story Thirteenth Werewolf and it was good to find Luke’s character along Honor. Liked those two.
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    Loved it

    Aimee Easterling is one of my favorite authors and this book did not disappoint. I loved it. I found the story and characters well written and enjoyable. I’m Always looking forward to reading books by Aimee Easterling and I highly recommend reading her books. (I received this book as an arc and am leaving a voluntary honest review)
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