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She-Wolf: Prequel (Blood) by [Morgan, Elizabeth]
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About the Author

Elizabeth Morgan is a multi-published author of urban fantasy, paranormal, erotic horror, f/f, and contemporary; all with a degree of romance, a dose of action and a hit of sarcasm, sizzle or blood, but you can be sure that no matter what the genre, Elizabeth always manages to give a unique and often humorous spin to her stories. Like her tagline says; A pick ‘n’ mix genre author. “I’m not greedy. I just like variety.” And that she does, so look out for more information on her upcoming releases at her website: www.e-morgan.com Away from the computer, Elizabeth can be found in the garden trying hard not to kill her plants, dancing around her little cottage with the radio on while she cleans, watching movies or good television programmes – Dr Who? Atlantis? The Musketeers? Poldark? American Horror Story? Heck, yes! – Or curled up with her two cats reading a book.

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  • Format: Kindle Edition
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  • Print Length: 336 pages
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  • Publisher: Elizabeth Morgan; 2 edition (25 Aug. 2014)
  • Sold by: Amazon Media EU S.à r.l.
  • Language: English
  • ASIN: B00MT091TK
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First, I have to confess my bias: I love werewolves, and I love Scotland. So, when heard this was a series about werewolves based in Scotland, I was STOKED! :D Short of something drastic going wrong, there was no way I wasn't going to love this, and I already knew I liked Elizabeth's writing style, so there you go...

I'm going to jump straight to my absolute favourite part of this book: the plot. The whole thing about the Rogues and who or what after the Werewolves, and to what end, etc, totally hooked me in, and although this prequel is Clare and Owen's story (and labelled as a paranormal romance, which it is) you can definitely see the start of an awesome urban fantasy series taking shape - one that has the promise of being several books long if the author decides to take it that far. There's info about werewolf history and Pack traditions, and so on, and it all sets the scene nicely for what's to come next. Don't dismiss the secondary characters - we will be seeing them again, I have no doubt, and I'll bet anything that it's not the last we've heard of a slightly smarmy French wolf... maybe...

As for the romance in this book, it sizzles off the pages. Owen is ultra hot without being a dick, and Clare is independent without being a bitch. You have a good build-up to them getting together and Morgan sets the pace just right. Amusing in places, suspenseful in others, with the right level of steam, you're missing a treat if you haven't picked this up. Now onto Cranberry Blood ... and then I have to figure out how to get Elizabeth to write more quickly...

A great read! :)

(Disclaimer: I was given a complimentary copy of this book by the author in exchange for an honest review.)
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I received a complimentary copy of this book from the author in return for an honest review.

This book is the prequel to the Blood Series, which begins with Cranberry Blood. I loved it!

Owen MacLaren is a wonderful character. He is a strong werewolf, who is second in command to his father. I liked him a lot. He is a little bit arrogant, but I suppose it comes with the territory. However, he is loyal, dependable and downright gorgeous! When he meets Clare Walker again after a long absence, he realises she's all grown up and he's met his match.

Clare Walker is also a wonderful character. She is a Loup-Garou (a female born to a male werewolf parent and not changed/bitten). She is stubborn, opinionated and determined. I liked her spunk. She is a trained dancer, but working in a strip club until something better comes up.

This is a fantastic paranormal erotic romance! I was completely engrossed in this story from the first page.
I have read books about werewolves as shifters (turning into wolves). However, I have not read stories about werewolves such as these! The werewolves I usually read about are in America, so it was a nice change of scenery for the story to be set in Scotland. The descriptions of the characters and places brought the story to life; I could picture everything quite clearly.

The reader is introduced to a few members of the pack, though not in great detail. Carter is the packs' Alpha and Owen's father. He comes across as a tough but fair leader. This story focuses mostly on Owen and Clare, and their budding relationship. The story is told from both of their view points. They have a sizzling chemistry that literally smolders on the page!
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This book is seriously sexy, and deeply passionate. I like the way it is told from both protagonists' point of view. I feel like part of the pack after reading this book, and now I definitely need to read the series!
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Amazon.com: 4.3 out of 5 stars 12 reviews
5.0 out of 5 stars Romantic....Shape Shifting....Werewolves....A Must Read! 23 April 2016
By Nancy Allen (The Avid Reader) - Published on Amazon.com
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Claire Walker has returned to her hometown of Scotland after being gone for five years. She left because of the second in command of her clan rejected her after she confessed her feelings for him. Owen would babysit Claire and her siblings when she was a teenage. Owen never explained to Claire his reasoning for rejecting her. Maybe if he had he wouldn't have broken her heart so bad.

One night Owen's friends talk him into going to a bar for a bachelor party for one of their friends. He sees Claire up on the stage and his wolf side of him comes out. Now after five years has passed since he last saw her the shoe is on the other foot as they say. Owen realizes with the help of his wolf that Claire is his soul mate. Owen is in for a surprise when he finally gets to speak with Claire. Although Claire feels the same thing she still feels the hurt that he put her through when she was a teenager. Claire set down some ground rules with Owen as to how they were going to deal with their relationship now. Owen is going to have to gain her trust back and prove to her that he will not her hurt again. What is he going to do to her trust again? What is Claire going to put him through or what kind of chalk line is he going to have to follow? How far will he go to get her back?

On top of everything that he is going through now with Claire, Owen and their clan are having problems with someone killing humans and leaving the bodies on their property. Owen and his clan does not feed from humans they go hunting at night for animals to feed from. When they get close or think they are on the right track to finding who is killing humans and leaving them in their territory. The rogues come after Owen and Claire. Who are these rogues? Why are they dumping bodies all over their land?

She-Wolf is written in both Owen and Claire's point of view. I like reading books where they are written in different characters point of view. When you get the story from different people's view you know what each person thinks and feels. If they are written with one person's view they can't tell you what everyone else is thinking. I loved the whole process of how they shifted into werewolves. If a wolf had a mate then the change was like a romantic kind of thing for them and having a mate made the change easier for them too,

Now I would like to take this time to thank Elizabeth Morgan for giving me the opportunity to read She-Wolf. I love reading about werewolves or any paranormal creäture. After reading She-Wolf it left me wanting to know more and very anxious to read Cranberry Blood (Blood #1).
5.0 out of 5 stars She-Wolf, a prequel that reads as a great stand-alone 8 Mar. 2017
By Tina - Published on Amazon.com
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I downloaded She-Wolf as a free book from Amazon. This was advertised as a prequel, but it's a full-length story with an excellent plot and interesting characters, not reading as a prequel (usually an info dump-- necessary, but often dry) at all. A few things are left unresolved at the end, but the romance wraps up nicely, and we have intriguing threads left open for the next book. Not so much of a cliffhanger in this story as a teaser for the next book. I really enjoyed this one.
4.0 out of 5 stars She has been in love with the second alpha of her pack since she ... 10 Jun. 2016
By Ttly Addicted 2 Reading - Published on Amazon.com
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This book first came on my radar when the opportunity arose for me to read and review Blood Secrets which is the third book in the Blood series. Based on information received I realised that I would not be able to understand the events in book three without starting from the beginning. Hence my reason for purchasing a copy of She-Wolf. This is definitely an interesting start to the series.

Clare Walker is a 24-year-old Loup-Garou. (A Loup-Garou is a female born to a male werewolf. They are unable to transform into a full werewolf). She has been in love with the second alpha of her pack since she was sixteen years old. However, he rejected her advances due their 14-year age difference. Since then her attitude towards him changed, but her feelings remained the same. At 19 years old, she left the pack to pursue her dreams. Five years later she has returned only to discover that the feelings she thought were dead and buried was very much alive.

Owen McLaren is the second son of an Alpha and teacher of physical education at the local high school. He has recently been engaged in hunting for rogue werewolves who have been a constant thorn in his pack’s side. At the beginning of the story we see him being pulled away from his hunting duties to reluctantly attend a stag party at a strip club for one of his human co-workers. Little did he know that his past was about to collide with his present.

What I liked:
The Plot: I found the storyline to be unique and entertaining. I was intrigued by the author’s concept of werewolves and their history. It was not typical of what I have come to expect from this genre. The story flowed smoothly and was easy to follow. There was a cliffhanger, but surprisingly it did bother me as much as stuff like this usually does. The cliffhanger had more to do with the issue of the rogue werewolves. The author did warn readers that the books in the series could not be read as a stand-alone, so I knew that there would have been a cliffhanger. The aspect of the story that dealt with the romance between Owen and Clare was adequately dealt with.

The Characters: I thought the characters were easy to relate to. Both Clare and Owen knew what they wanted and would stand for nothing less. Clare was not a weak minded individual. I admired that about her. She was not sure if she could trust that Owen could remain faithful to her for the rest of their lives due to his fear of commitment. As such she was not willing to rush into anything. Owen knew that Clare was it for him and he would do just about anything to convince her of that. What endeared to Owen, was his patience and control. He was willing to accept Clare’s terms even though his inner wolf thought otherwise. It was refreshing to see human side having control over his wolf.

The Romance: Usually for this type of genre, when the characters discovered that they are mates they jump into the relationship quickly. This was not the case for She-Wolf. Owen had to fight to secure a future with Clare. I loved that he was willing to go out on dates with her so that he could spend time getting to know her better.

Pace: The story was well paced. I was pulled into the story from the outset. I was intrigued to see how Owen would have handled the strip club scenario seeing that he didn’t want to be there. Then there was the situation with rogues which had me glued to the pages, as I was curious to find out who was the mastermind behind the attacks.

POV: The story was told from both Clare and Owen’s POV. The move between POVs was seamless, making it easy to follow. I like when stories are told this way as it helps me to have a better understanding of what the characters are experiencing.

What I was hoping for:
There was an aspect of the story that I thought could have been fleshed out more. It left me with more questions than answers. It was not clear what was Phillip’s (a French werewolf) intentions towards Clare. It was speculated that he wanted to be her mate, but that the author did not follow through on that part of the story.

Verdict:
I enjoyed this installment immensely and can’t wait to see what will happen next. I recommend that you get a copy and discover for yourselves what I am referring to.
4.0 out of 5 stars Great plot line, characters and action 19 April 2016
By Avid Reader - Published on Amazon.com
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So much improved from the Cranberry Blood novel. This prequel has just the right amount of backstory, werewolf lore explanation and action. Great pacing and a mystery that is waiting to be solved! Now I need to re-read Cranberry Blood in preparation for the third book in the series to be released!!

There were a couple of typos/ editing issues but they didn't hinder my enjoyment of the novel.

Appropriate for adults only due to graphic violence and sex scenes.
5.0 out of 5 stars Werewolves, Rogues, Blood, Passion and more... 26 Oct. 2014
By Dianna Hardy - Published on Amazon.com
Format: Kindle Edition
First, I have to confess my bias: I love werewolves, and I love Scotland. So, when heard this was a series about werewolves based in Scotland, I was STOKED! :D Short of something drastic going wrong, there was no way I wasn't going to love this, and I already knew I liked Elizabeth's writing style, so there you go...

I'm going to jump straight to my absolute favourite part of this book: the plot. The whole thing about the Rogues and who or what after the Werewolves, and to what end, etc, totally hooked me in, and although this prequel is Clare and Owen's story (and labelled as a paranormal romance, which it is) you can definitely see the start of an awesome urban fantasy series taking shape - one that has the promise of being several books long if the author decides to take it that far. There's info about werewolf history and Pack traditions, and so on, and it all sets the scene nicely for what's to come next. Don't dismiss the secondary characters - we will be seeing them again, I have no doubt, and I'll bet anything that it's not the last we've heard of a slightly smarmy French wolf... maybe...

As for the romance in this book, it sizzles off the pages. Owen is ultra hot without being a dick, and Clare is independent without being a bitch. You have a good build-up to them getting together and Morgan sets the pace just right. Amusing in places, suspenseful in others, with the right level of steam, you're missing a treat if you haven't picked this up. Now onto Cranberry Blood ... and then I have to figure out how to get Elizabeth to write more quickly...

A great read! :)

(Disclaimer: I was given a complimentary copy of this book by the author in exchange for an honest review.)
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