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The Moonshadow´s Daughter.( A Wolf Creek Novel) By Kaylie Newell. Blog Tour. + GIVEAWAY + My ARC Review.

To the citizens of Wolfe Creek, Aimee Styles is dead. What they don’t know is she’s alive...and a werewolf. After she was bitten two years ago, Aimee isolated herself away from the town, determined to keep them safe. But all it takes is an icy winter evening—and an incredibly virulent flu—to interrupt her self-imposed exile.

Nothing prepared doctor and single dad Jake Blackstock for the sight of Wolfe Creek's missing girl, or her delicate beauty. He's instantly and fiercely attracted to her, despite her secrets and the shadows in her near-black eyes. Jake's falling hard. He knows nothing about Aimee...or what she really is.

But something else lurks in Wolfe Creek's shadows. Something malevolent. Something that won't hesitate to rip apart their life and new love…

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Aimee has been living in a cave in the mountains outside of Wolfe Creek, since she was bitten two years ago. Her best friend comes to see her when she can. Apart from a very few people , the world believes she is dead. She can't go back to her life now that she turns furry.  
Jake is the town doctor.  He and his young son Daniel are still coming to terms with his wife's terrible death a year ago. He is called to take care of a very sick young woman, and immediately recognises her. Why is she in hiding?  How can she possibly survive up on the mountain in the frigid winter?  
This is a nice twist to the normal Shifter and human books. To have the woman as the wolf and the man the innocent human. Quite emotional at times, with the nightmares our hero and his young son suffer. Our heroine is trying hard to find whatever it is that is stalking through the woods, and keep Jake and Daniel safe.

About the author:

Kaylie Newell was born in the great state of Oregon, where she was raised alongside rivers and lakes and scruffy dogs that chased their tennis balls as far as Kaylie's noodle arms could throw. As she grew, so did her imagination, and it didn't take long to realize she was a romantic at heart. She began to fancy herself the future wife of a cowboy, the likes of which graced every paperback novel she could get her hands on. She decided to go to college in Oklahoma to snag herself one, but irony won over when she fell in love with a hippie in sheep's clothing instead. Together, they came back to Oregon, started a family and watched their dreams unfold. Kaylie wrote her first book when her girls were toddlers, editing sex scenes with The Wiggles on in the background. She's proud of many things in life, among them the fact that she can still recite her lines from Romeo and Juliet from her seventh grade play, the fact that she can set a grilled cheese sandwich on fire faster than most people can make one, but mostly she's proud of the stories blossoming inside her noggin on a daily basis.

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  1. I loved the book . I thought the idea of the woman being the protector was refreshing.

  2. thank you for a chance

  3. I really love novels about single dads. It is nice to read about something so wonderful when there are so many terrible fathers in the real world.


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