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Leader of the Pack (Tales of an Urban Werewolf, Book 3) ePub download

by Karen MacInerney

  • Author: Karen MacInerney
  • ISBN: 0345496272
  • ISBN13: 978-0345496270
  • ePub: 1384 kb | FB2: 1731 kb
  • Language: English
  • Category: United States
  • Publisher: Ballantine Books; Original edition (July 28, 2009)
  • Rating: 4.9/5
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Leader of the Pack (Tales of an Urban Werewolf, Book 3) ePub download

In this third book of the tales of Sophie Garou some interesting series developments occur.

In this third book of the tales of Sophie Garou some interesting series developments occur. Without spoiling it, let's just say that Sophie's love life situation clarifies, she meets her mysterious father (who turns out to be a real jerk) and her "furry little secret" (as she calls it) is outed to her closest friends. The entire series is a fun, easy-to-read addition to the urban fantasy genre, bringing some much needed levity.

Leader of the Pack book. Find out in the exciting third book of the award-nominated Tales of an Urban Werewolf! On the outside, Sophie Garou is living every woman's dream: she has beauty, brains, and a big-time pos Which sizzling-hot supernatural hunk will win Sophie's heart? And if she does give her heart away, can she-or her mate-keep it from being ripped out by the murderous Houston pack? Find out in the exciting third book of the award-nominated Tales of an Urban Werewolf!

Book 3 of 3 in Tales of an Urban Werewolf (3 Book Series).

Book 3 of 3 in Tales of an Urban Werewolf (3 Book Series). Critically acclaimed writer Karen MacInerney is the author of Howling at the Moon and On the Prowl, as well as the Gray Whale Inn mysteries Dead and Berried and Murder on the Rocks, which was selected as an Agatha nominee for Best First Novel. When she’s not writing, teaching writers’ workshops, or chauffeuring children, she loves to read, drink coffee, attempt unusual recipes, and hit the local hike-and-bike trail.

by Karen MacInerney First published January 1st 2009. Leader of the Pack (Tales of an Urban Werewolf, Published by Ballantine Books. Author(s): Karen MacInerney (Goodreads Author).

The Houston werewolf pack has sniffed Sophie out, and their message is chillingly clear: you’re either with us or. .This is the second book in the Urban Werewolf series by Ms. MacInerney.

The Houston werewolf pack has sniffed Sophie out, and their message is chillingly clear: you’re either with us or against us. And unless she can prove that she’s with them, the next full moon may just be her last. I got this book from Paperback Swap and just couldn't wait to read it! I think this one is right up there with the first one.

Leader of the Pack (Tales of an Urban Werewolf, Book 3. I'm addicted to reading and I need to expend my book energy (especially when one puts me in an emotional frenzy - SO fun!).

About Me. So, I release my feelings by writing about them here! It's my book therapy.

Leader of the Pack, 2009. Margie Peeterson series. Mother's Day Out, 2012.

She is a graduate of Plano Senior High School and Rice University. Leader of the Pack, 2009.

Tales of an Urban Werewolf. This is a work of fiction. Names, characters, organizations, places, events, and incidents are either products of the author’s imagination or are used fictitiously. No part of this book may be reproduced, or stored in a retrieval system, or transmitted in any form or by any means, electronic, mechanical, photocopying, recording, or otherwise, without express written permission of the publisher. Published by Thomas & Mercer, Seattle.

Karen MacInerney is an American author of cozy mystery and paranormal romance novels. She is the author of the Gray Whale Inn series and the Tales of an Urban Werewolf trilogy. Besides writing, Karen teaches writing classes

Karen MacInerney is an American author of cozy mystery and paranormal romance novels. Besides writing, Karen teaches writing classes. She lives in Austin, Texas with her husband, two children and a rabbit named Bunny. Karen MacInerney made her debut as an author in 2006 with the novel Murder on the Rocks, for which she was nominated for an Agatha Award.

Leader of the Pack (Tales of an Urban Werewolf Series. Tale of an Urban Werewolf Series by Karen MacInerney. The Mercy Thompson books. interesting plots set in an urban fantasy world with werewolves, vampires, fae, and all things that go bump in the night. Mercedes "Mercy" Thompson Series by Patricia Briggs. a shapeshifter/crime fighter.

WILDLY INDEPENDENT, SHE’S NOT ONE FOR PACK MENTALITY.On the outside, Sophie Garou is living every woman’s dream: she has beauty, brains, and a big-time position in Austin’s most respected accounting firm (not to mention a very sexy, very successful new boyfriend). But there’s one Sophie would rather keep under wraps: she is a werewolf.Sophie’s life gets a little more hairy when her long-estranged father, Luc, arrives in the Live Music Capital to attend the werewolves’ annual Howl and reconnect with his daughter. But Luc’s plans fall apart after he’s accused of murder and arrested by his archrival, Wolfgang, leader of the Houston pack (and one notoriously dirty dog). Wolfgang drools at the thought of Luc’s impending execution, but Sophie won’t let her father die without a fight. Determined to prove his innocence, she and her friends set out to find the real killer. Along the way, Sophie must deal with taboo attractions, Machiavellian intrigues, sinister agendas, and hair-raising betrayals.
xander
I loved Sophie a great deal and disliked her at certain times, especially in the second book when she got caught up with Mark while she was still technically with Heath. I did give her some leeway, though, because I sort of figured that he had her under some kind of enchantment. I made the connection between him and Miranda when Sophie smelled both their smoky scents--SPOILER ALERT--and half-correctly figured that Mark was some kind of sex demon, maybe an incubus that wanted to possess her, and that he had sent a succubus to lure her boyfriend away to clear the field for him. Especially that part when he visited her in bed the first time when she was sleeping (or she thought she was). Classic incubus behavior from mythology. But, Mark's true nature turned out to be a bit more ambitious than a mere incubus.

I know Sophie had a great many secrets she had to keep in her life, but there was no excuse to trying to keep such a secret as her true nature from the man she was planning to marry. She should have told him long before the "forever" moment popped up. To drag out a relationship for over a year with a secret that has the potential to destroy it and devastate your love is heartless. Heath had a right to know. And Sophie still didn't seem as if she'd learned her lesson in being forthcoming at the end of the book. Was she going to tell Tom about Ash's ring that she'd discovered? That was the biggest loose end to the book. It's a given that an entity like Ash won't give up something he wants and will want it even more if he's twarted in getting it. So, it seems as if Sophie might have a very rocky road to a happily ever after with a demonic stalker around that's known for his tendency to take out the lovers of the women he's interested in. After all, the spell and exorcism were to protect Sophie. They don't protect Tom or any of her loved ones.
Welen
Kind of disappointing. I could have done without the erotic sex -- I don't care if there is sex in a book, but I don't want all the graphic details. The first book was fun and light, but the next two books were darker, and for me, less enjoyable. Karen's other series were all delightful, this series, not so.
Frei
In this third book of the tales of Sophie Garou some interesting series developments occur. Without spoiling it, let's just say that Sophie's love life situation clarifies, she meets her mysterious father (who turns out to be a real jerk) and her "furry little secret" (as she calls it) is outed to her closest friends. The entire series is a fun, easy-to-read addition to the urban fantasy genre, bringing some much needed levity. If the idea of a romantic comedy about a werewolf appeals to you as much as it does to me, then this is a must read book. You'll want to start with the first books in the series, Howling at the Moon and then On the Prowl. On the Prowl: Tales of an Urban Werewolf Howling at the Moon (Tales of an Urban Werewolf, Book 1)
ladushka
Excellent and Strange Mystery Series
WOGY
The characters improve in this book and are getting pretty good. Not as much humor although there is some; the changing rooms were kind of funny. Unfortunately not all that much in the way of plot. The title pretty much blows the conclusion. If you are up on some arcane lore the previous book kind of identified Mark. At least the author refrains from writing erotic scenes which unless very well written indeed get to be boring.

Overall a good but not great read.

Spoiler alert!

It is impossible to discuss the ending without writing a spoiler. Lindsey winding up with Heath is not entirely a surprise and solves a number of problems for the author. But that is kind of telegraphed by the middle of the book as is the rest of the ending--not helped by the title. With more humor the book could have been good even with the weak plot or with a stronger plot would have been better.
Wymefw
I was really looking forward to this book. I read the first two and I thought it was a good read, but it left the reader feeling like "that's it".
It is a bit redundant, several of the little remarks and funny saying were repeated thoughout the series and it is at the point where, while they were funny in the first book,by the third, I was already tired of them.
Another area where it is redundant is when it gives a run down of the two previous books. There is a lot of summary and I found myself skimming over sections of chapters.
I think the last thing was the ending. THe reactions of people to certain events were unrealistic almost irritating.

Other than that, the book was likable. I liked the twists, and I would hope there is a book to follow; otherwise, it would be a really sloppy ending.
Delaath
Good for light reading.
I pickup the first one of this series a little run down store downtown Sacramento, when I read it I was hooked. So of course I turned to Amazon for the rest of the books. Very entertaining.
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