W is for Wonderful Werewolves

Posted April 27, 2015 in A-Z Challenge / Leave a comment!




1. (in folklore and superstition) a human being who has changed into awolf, or is capable of assuming the form of a wolf, while retaininghuman intelligence.


before 1000; Middle English werwolf, Old English werwulf, equivalent to werman (cognate with Gothic wair, Latin vir) + wulf wolf; cognate with MiddleDutch weerwolf, Old High German werwolf


Featured Werewolf:

Adam from Moon Called

I’m absolutely in love with Adam. He’s probably my main fictional crush. He’s an alpha werewolf so he’s smart and strong. You have to be in order to keep that many wolves in check. He’s also extremely loyal to Bran, the alpha of North America, and he’s great at knowing what’s right and what’s wrong. He’s an older werewolf so he’s been around for a while and those old fashioned manners haven’t worn off. He’s the kind of guy that’s opens the door for a girl out of habit. If you want a great example of werewolf this is your book. There’s a big focus on how the pack works which I think is important in a werewolf story. They’re still part human, they’re just part wolf too and these characters have an even mix of both. It’s easily one of my favourite series right now and I’d recommend it to anyone.

Moon Called

Summary: Mercy must rescue the Alpha of the local werewolf pack and his young daughter, after they are taken by a band of humans and werewolves who are testing new medical drugs on werewolves. While helping Adam she must ask the Marrok, the leader of all North American werewolves, for help and encounters an old flame, Samuel Cornick, who decides to move back to the Tri-Cities with Mercy in an effort to win her back.

Guys, I really, really love this series but I’m always up for loving more. Does this book remind you of another one? happy reading!


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