The Wolf Prince by Karen Whiddon
(The Pack)

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I wish I could recommend this story as good shape shifter love stories are always in short supply. Unfortunately this one joins the long list of bad ones.
-All About Romance

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Willow was unlike any princess he'd ever met…

As heir to the throne, Ruben must choose an appropriate mate to preserve his royal bloodline—despite his fear that his true nature will destroy them both. Yet the female he craves above all others is a dangerous combination of fairy and shifter, a mesmerizing creature who inspires both passion and suspicion. Then violence strikes the castle, and the two are forced to track a killer into perilous magical territory. But with treachery everywhere, will Willow and Ruben's growing bond be enough to shift the fate of their two kingdoms?

 

About Karen Whiddon

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Karen Whiddon started weaving fanciful tales for her younger brothers at the age of eleven. Amidst the Catskill Mountains of New York, then the Rocky Mountains of Colorado, she fueled her imagination with the natural beauty that surrounded her. Karen now lives in north Texas, where she shares her life with her very own hero of a husband and three doting dogs. She divides her time between the business she started and writing. Check out her website, www.karenwhiddon.com.
 
Published April 1, 2013 by Harlequin Nocturne. 305 pages
Genres: Romance, Literature & Fiction, Science Fiction & Fantasy. Fiction
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All About Romance

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Reviewed by Maggie on May 17 2013

I wish I could recommend this story as good shape shifter love stories are always in short supply. Unfortunately this one joins the long list of bad ones.

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