#PBwkendread Review: Howl by Jody Morse and Jayme Morse
Published: Dec. 25, 2011
Genre: Teens, YA, Paranormal
Review: Paperback Won
Buy Links: Amazon, Amazon.uk
One girl... two werewolf packs... what will she choose?
Samara’s first date with Luke, the hot new guy at school, didn’t go exactly the way she planned. She figured they would stargaze and maybe share a kiss at the end of the night, but she couldn’t have prepared for what really happened. She was bitten by a wolf and not just any wolf—a werewolf.
After she shifts for the first time, she meets the Alpha of her new pack in the woods. While he answers a lot of her questions, he remains in his wolf form during their meetings to keep his identity a secret from her. She wonders who this mysterious wolf is and why he bit her.
As Samara begins to learn more about her family secret and how it plays into her new life as a werewolf, she realizes that she has an important decision to make—one that could hurt the ones she cares about the most. She must choose between two werewolf packs: the one that she’s destined to be in and the one that she feels she belongs in.
Howl is a suspenseful tale of secrets, betrayal, and forbidden romance
Let me first say that I LOVE the paperback cover of this book it is gorgeous!
This is a very clean book and I recommend it for the teens that like werewolves.
We start off our story with Samara who is a normal teen that has best friends, goes to parties and even has crushes.
Until she goes on her first date and that is when things start going crazy for her. She gets bit by a wolf and this opens up a whole new world for her that she never knew existed. The crazy thing is that the packs want her to be on their side and she has too chose one or the other. It is a huge decision for her to pick because she knows people on both sides of the packs.
The ending left us with a pretty dramatic ending that will make you want to read book two to see what is going to happen next.
I can only hope that Samara will try to get answers or at least find out more about her grandpa because it seems that he may have left some information behind for the "female" werewolf of the family. Or at least that is what I gathered.
The story line is very simple not much drama or action which I think some people may enjoy.
For me I enjoyed the book and I think I am going to have to get book two in paperback to match this one.
Jody Morse is a young adult paranormal romance and teen suspense author residing in the Poconos. She co-authors with her sister, Jayme Morse.
Jayme Morse is a young adult paranormal and suspense author who lives in the Poconos. The Briar Creek Vampires is her first series, which she co-authors with her sister, Jody Morse.
Connect with Jayme at www.jaymemorse.com.