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  • Cry Wolf

    I read this book many years ago but was drawn to it again. I actually think I enjoyed it more the second time. Strong characters, each flawed but so very redeeming woven into a fast pace story line make for a very enjoyable read. I would highly recommend reading the novella that Ms Briggs wrote related to this story first. Yes....a very good story with tea and toast.

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  • Sadly Lacking

    I had really high hopes for Cry Wolf based on the prequel, Alpha and Omega, which I really loved but this just didn’t live up to my expectations. The biggest problem I had with the story is that Anna just seemed to fade into the background and after the small glimpses of her spunk and fire we saw in Alpha and Omega I wanted more of that. While Anna has every reason to be timid and cautious after being brutalized by her previous pack, I just felt like she wasn’t a significant character in her own story. Had Briggs removed Anna from the story completely, not much would have changed. She doesn’t really provide much impact to the overall plot other than her ability to “tame” Walter’s wolf when she meets him. While Anna’s character was severely lacking, I felt like we learned a lot about Charles and I enjoyed this development. He’s so much more than his father’s killer but because of his status he’s often feared by everyone who knows his reputation. He’s not used to letting people in but he makes an exception for Anna because his wolf has accepted her as his mate. The chemistry was a tad lacking between Anna and Charles mostly because they spend so much time hunting the rogue wolf. My other issue in regards to characters is that we get so much history on Bran, Charles’s father, and Asil, another wolf in their pack. Instead of enhancing, I felt that the history overtook the story in some places and instead of reading about Charles and Anna, I was reading about other characters that I didn’t particularly like. I’m undecided on whether or not I’ll continue with this series because the more I think about Cry Wolf, the less motivation I have to read more.

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  • Great read

    I love Patricia Briggs and I love her alpha and omega series. Anna is a good heroine as she struggles to overcome her past. Charles is a strong and supportive hero looking out for his love. This a must read paranormal romance.

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  • Disappointed

    Couldn't get into it at all. No actual romance, no character introduction or build up . Very weird

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  • Cry Wolf

    Good start, hope the others book in this series are just ad good

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