Wolf Girl finds necRomance

Wolf Girl finds necRomance Note Alternate cover edition for ASIN B S AGY Brennan is a beautiful bi racial werewolf that lives with her mother and sisters in a super natural trailer park She meets Sani a handsome Native Ame

  • Title: Wolf Girl finds necRomance
  • Author: Gisele Walko
  • ISBN: null
  • Page: 150
  • Format: Kindle Edition
  • Note Alternate cover edition for ASIN B014S4AGY8Brennan is a beautiful bi racial werewolf that lives with her mother and 5 sisters in a super natural trailer park She meets Sani, a handsome Native American Skinwalker at a party, and doesn t realize how dangerous he is before they re already involved When she meets Lamar, her cousin s boyfriend s cousin, she falls for hNote Alternate cover edition for ASIN B014S4AGY8Brennan is a beautiful bi racial werewolf that lives with her mother and 5 sisters in a super natural trailer park She meets Sani, a handsome Native American Skinwalker at a party, and doesn t realize how dangerous he is before they re already involved When she meets Lamar, her cousin s boyfriend s cousin, she falls for him immediately and has to decide between the two boys, while helping to maintain her household, work different jobs, and plan for the future Plot contains profanity, violence, and sexual situations.

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    1. Disclaimer: Gisele is my friend but this has no bearing on my rating.Love is not acting like a psycho.So, Brennan and Lamar are the main love story of this novel. I liked Brennan because she's resourceful and lives in difficult circumstances. Lamar I didn't care too much for, but then he's rich and I usually dislike reading about rich people.For me, the real star of this novel was Sani. Handsome, damaged, abusive Sani.She’s so fucking beautiful that I wanted to smash her face, but I didn’t.I [...]

    2. This was a new author for me and I truly loved her detailed character building (Brennan, her mother, Lamar and Sani) and how she handled writing a supernatural story with relatable social issues. The love triangle was interesting too! Reread January 12, 2017changed rating to 4.5 stars ****.5

    3. «Wolf Girl finds a Nec-romance» is a fantastic author debut! But here is the thing, I don’t like teen stories/YA stuff… However, when I came across Gisele’s book, the title hooked me ^.^ - because, ya know… I like dark stuff and ‘Necromance’ sounded dark to me, as well as part of the blurb. So I gave it a try and…What a wonderful surprise! What’s special about this book? For starters, the way it is written. Each chapter with the perspective of a character. This way we can see m [...]

    4. This book gets a 4 for Brennan alone. She's a multidimensional character with layers of depth and family issues. Her home situation is most certainly not the best and her mother is at the heart of it all. She's a good example that the apple does not always fall close to the tree. She's everything her mother is not, which makes her a great character. She definitely deserved a happily-ever-after with a man like Lamar. My only disappointment was the author's tendency to do more telling than showing [...]

    5. Wolf Girl finds necRomance is a fun supernatural read, but because I'm a social worker at heart, it also focuses on social issues such as poverty and abuse. Brennan is beautiful and hard-working, and tries to remain positive despite her tough living conditions and controlling boyfriend. When she meets Lamar, a spoiled rich necromancer, she has to decide between the boys, and plan for her own future.

    6. I received this book through LibraryThing in exchange for an honest review.It's definitely not within my normal genre of books. But I thought I would live outside the box and give it an honest read. The characters that this author portrayed were easily defined. I did find it hard the jumping back & forth between Brennan and Lamar/Sani. I really enjoyed the dynamics of this book. I felt bad for Brennan and her family situation. I kept having to remember that from what I've read elsewhere some [...]

    7. When I first started reading this book I couldn't keep up. I had no idea who was who or what was going on. It took some time to finally understand how everyone fit into the story. It was like reading 4 different diaries at once, going between them all. But once I was able to see how everyone connected it was a good read. I didn't really understand why it mattered so much that they were interracial. But the story was okay. And ended well. Worth a read.I received this book in exchange for an hones [...]

    8. I like the storyline, but this book just fell short for me. I guess I compared it to another work by the author and it just didn't quite measure up to the love I had for the other work. This is still worth the read and think many will find it enjoyable. I was given this book in exchange for an honest review via LibraryThing.

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