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Monday, June 18, 2012

Pack of Lies by Staci Weber and Sara Daily Review Blitz!

The last thing Allison Wright ever expected when she moved to Red Ridge, New Mexico was to come muzzle to muzzle with the wolf of her dreams.

Seventeen-year-old Allison Wright is convinced she’s losing her mind. Uncontrollable mood swings, hot flashes, and the urge to punch anyone who gets in her way are suddenly becoming everyday occurrences. Before her erratic behavior gets out of hand, Allison’s mother finally comes clean about her dark secret. Mom is a werewolf, and soon Allison and her brother Aiden will suffer the same fate. When Allison reaches her breaking point, the family leaves their life in Texas to move to Red Ridge, New Mexico where they rejoin the pack that Allison’s mother left behind almost 20 years ago.

Unfortunately, not everyone in Red Ridge is thrilled about Allison’s arrival, especially when she attracts the attention of the very handsome, very taken, soon-to-be alpha, Cade Walker. Little does Allison know, her mere presence is causing a rift in a once unified pack. Not only has Cade been forbidden from being with Allison by his father, the pack’s alpha, Cade’s girlfriend, Kendall Stuart, will stop at nothing to get Allison out of the picture. Well on her way to becoming the next alpha’s mate, Kendall expects to rule the pack by Cade’s side even if it means teaming up with a rogue werewolf with an agenda of his own. Determined to get rid of Allison permanently, when Kendall and the rogue join forces, all hell breaks loose and no one in the pack is safe, especially not Cade and his true mate.
I absolutely adore this book. Sure it took me a little bit to get into it, there was just something rough about it that at first I had a little bit of trouble being able to look past. Once I did however, I became immersed in the story.

Right off the back you are thrown into the thick of a conflict, Allison has been in a school fight, and you get to ride along with her as she is reprimanded.

I loved how the mother came out with her big secret of being a werewolf. I almost wish I had been a fly on the wall so I would have been able to see the looks on their faces when a wolf comes bounding into the room.

I think one of the more enjoyable aspects of the book was that becoming a werewolf was a lot like puberty, the hot flashes, the mood swings, it all just seems like normal going through the change girl behavior, add to the that a set of claws and teeth and you can become one dangerous puppy. Haha.

I know not my best  work, but to get over such a lame joke you should definitely check out Pack of Lies and find out how one thing after another seems to go wrong for Allison, especially after they move back to their mother's pack.

4 Raven's.

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1 comment:

  1. Thanks for the great review! Hope you're looking forward to book 2. Be looking for it sometime in October!



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