Wolf at the Door by MaryJanice Davidson

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The howlingly good spin-off of the Undead series from the New York Times bestselling author.

Rachel, a werewolf/accountant, is asked to keep one eye on Vampire Queen Betsy Taylor and the other peeled for a rogue werewolf who's itching to start a war. But her attention is mostly on a sexy, mysterious stranger she wishes she could trust.


About MaryJanice Davidson

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MaryJanice Davidson has been credited with starting paranormal chick lit. She is the author of the Undead series and Me, Myself and Why? Her books have been listed on the New York Times and USA Today bestseller lists, and she lists her goals as “Working for world peace, figuring out how to make potstickers, and speaking at writer and reader conferences around the world.” She lives in Minnesota.
Published October 4, 2011 by Berkley. 288 pages
Genres: Romance, Science Fiction & Fantasy, Literature & Fiction. Fiction

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Refusing to stage a banal epic struggle between werewolves and vampires, Davidson (Undead and Undermined, 2011, etc.) instead presents a throwaway mystery—who’s killing the small-business owners looking for accountants?—some smoking-hot sex and some unexpected girl-girl bonding between Rachael an...

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While some background is covered, it is not enough to catch up new readers on the details—which is a boon for readers already familiar with the characters looking to avoid infodump, but no doubt confusing (Is Betsy insane?

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