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    Must Read for lovers of sexy werelocks!

    To read a book by Hettie Ivers is to be transported to another time and place. In Girl from Jussara Hettie transports us to the beginning, the beginning of Lupe’s life with the Reinoso werelock pack. Her life began as a young girl seeking a safe haven from the werelock who impregnated her. Alcaeus develops an almost instantaneous bond with Lupe. He feels a connection to her and does his level best to help her, comfort her, and protect her from the one that left her with child. Despite his best efforts, Lupe keeps him at arm’s reach. Kai, the doctor of the pack, also forms a bond of his own with Lupe. As the doctor, he uses some unusual and sensual techniques to get her to do what is best for her health and the health of her unborn child. The powers of a werelock such as Kai are hard to resist. As time passes, regardless of how the excellent treatment she receives at the compound, Lupe remains afraid. This fear leads her to do something in the heat of the moment that is irreversible. Following this event Lupe meets the Alpha of the pack, Alex. Alex is nothing less than unrelenting and awful to sweet little Lupe. He makes a deal with her that will forever change her life and the lives at the Reinoso compound. This book is full of hilarity, violence, sexual and sensual situations. There are moments you want to shake Lupe and tell her to give in. There are times you want to ask Alcaeus what happened to his tough exterior and demeanor. The Alcaeus in this book is quite different from Fear the Heart, the first book of Hettie’s I read, is definitely a must read! Part of me wanted to slap Alex for his treatment of Lupe yet he still appeals to me tremendously. Last but not least is Kai, if only all doctors learned his special style of “bedside manner.” I could have given more details about this book and the story line but that would ruin the fun! Pick up this book and give it a read. You’ll be able to zip through it, I took about 3 hours, and want more of this awesome werelock series.
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    More Lupe please!

    Hettie spins the story and background of the down right bad ass character that is Lupe. If you read the first book, it’s apparent from the start that Lupe has a very strong role within the compound and pack. Where as some fear the leading pack members, Lupe rules them. Like with the other books, Hettie doesn’t hold back. She drops you in the middle of the action and you can’t even keep up at first. I can honestly say that within the first few pages I questioned what I already knew about Alex, Kai and Al! Me, of all people! I’ve read Slip of Fate 2 times and Fear the Heart 2 times! I had to stop and think about it and put the imaginary crib notes in my head in order before I got too far. I adored Lupe from the beginning but I adore her more now after reading her story. Her background and the life she’s had to live through really does mold her into the person who can pretty much grab Alcaeus by the ear and drag him through the house threatening to throw him out since he dared to wear his dirty shoes in HER house! Hettie has a way of helping you connect to the characters she writes about. Just like before, I felt my heart break for Lupe, and every emotion that she poured out. I honestly didn’t think there was much of a connection to any of them other than Alcaeus before I started Girl from Jussara. I mean she alludes to the fact they have a history and his obvious affection he has for her. So it was surprising and intriguing when Lupe’s dynamic with all of them started out, how different it really was. Lupe walks into a supernatural world that she fears she may not be able to survive in, let alone gain the balance she needs in order to stay safely away from the enemy. What choice does she really have? She can walk away from the compound that she fought to get into and walk right into the arms of the enemy or she can learn to survive and how to deal with ever increasingly chaotic moment to come. You get hints of what each one of the pack members were like prior to meeting Milena in the first book. I laughed at Alcaeus and how sweet he was but such a dumb butt at times. I smiled when Kai took over (holy hotness, give me a fan!) and set Lupe on the right path. I wanted to smack Alex when he tried to be dickish to my girl Lupe. Sometimes I’d like to just smack that fool! But then again, he has his kinder moments of course. I honestly didn’t realize how important this novella would be to the overall story. You get some answers, some of them Miss Smarty Tarty Pants Hettie hides a little deeper for you to find when you go back to read it again. She freaking leaves us little hints and bread crumbs! Again, there I go wanting to curse her! I adored this novella. It was obviously too short for me because I want to be able to read them all right now and find out all the hidden treasures and back stories. Like right now. Yup, I’m sitting here scowling, waiting. I know it’s not going to get me anywhere! :) With this one, Hettie successfully draws you in once again and melds the story along in a way that makes you look forward to what is truly going to happen next. She spins an incredible story of love, faith, danger, suspense, thrills, chills, laughter, forgiveness and strength. Each character she introduces adds more understanding as she goes forward.
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    Insightful look into Lupe's life

    If you've followed the Werelock Evolution series by Hettie Ivers, then this novel should not be missed out. It provides a deeper look into Lupe's past and how she came to be in the pack. A fun and entertaining read that is sure to captivate you.
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