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10 thoughts on “Wolf at the Door (The Others, #9)

  1. says:

    Big Bad Irish Wolf is sent to the US on the important mission of convincing the American Council of Others that it is time that they revealed themselves to the humans He gets destructed by the scent of honeysuckles that belongs to a foxy lady who, as he soon finds out, is his destined mate They can t keep their hands paws tails off each other, and after a day of what can only be described as a Sex Marathon, they realize that they are in love and that they want to be together till death do them part Oh, and there s a plot about some baddies that come in the form of fanatics that want to wipe the Others off the face of the earth somewhere in there.It almost saddens me to give it a two star rating because I really and honestly liked the female character That s something that doesn t happen often to me in Romance land, and I really had a good feeling about this book after she was introduced Unfortunately, a good character can t make up for the...


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    The first 100 pages were great The rest of the book was typical paranormal good guys and bad guys The plot was weak.STORY BRIEF This is the first of a series, eight books so far Others is the term for creatures including werefolk, vampires, witches, and magic users The Others live in secret among humans Cassidy is a foxwoman fox shifter who teaches anthropology at a college Her grandmother is a member of the Council of Others, the international governing body Quinn is a werewolf shifter from Ireland He comes to New York City to attend a meeting of the Council of Others While at the first meeting, he smells a honeysuckle fragrance which happens to be Cassidy s scent He knows this is the scent of his life mate The Council meets the next day to decide what to do about a religious fanatical group called Light of Truth This group wants to destroy the Others and kidnaps one of them The council leaders assign Quinn to work with Cassidy to learn about this group He s happy about the assignment, she s not.REVIEWER S OPINION The first 100 pages were great I especially loved the first 30 pages Quinn had not yet met Cassidy but is drawn to her smell and follows it When he finally sees her, she runs, he chases, and the two of them shift back and forth between their animal and human forms as the chase continues It might be worth buying the book just for the first 100 pages There were some good lines I was chuckling I enjoyed Cassidy s frustrations and conversations But after that, t...


  3. says:

    Maybe it s my fault for reading this after I finished book 5 in the Eileen Wilks Lupi series which I thoroughly enjoyed I didn t really like Warren s writing style and the story itself was not great at all If I had to read Cassie,...


  4. says:

    I had hoped this would be a 3 star read because of the engaging beginning and the writing, but the poor plot, timeline and grossly unequal relationship ruined it for me Good writing can t save a book that barely has a plot at all, that puts off said plot for later in the series, with a man who thinks women are brainless and there for man s pleasure Relationships like this make me sick and I shudder to even think of having one like this myself The whole book took place over like 3 days and the worst romances are those that try to cram a believable love story in that extremely short amount of time Also, I thought this was the 1st book in the series because my library didn t have a listed or acknowledge that it was in a series at all, so I was upset to come on here and realize this is the 9th in the series I hoped I wouldn t be lost, but I found the world to have way too many paranormal species It s like she was trying to capture every single fictional being that any culture in the world has It was so hard to keep up with who was what species Having so many beings is way too much It should be narrowed down to a easily handled amount Others refer to all of the supernatural, and I thought that was a copout, too easy of a name but there really was a lot of supernatura...


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    This was a little disappointing It had some elements I really liked, but overall it missed the mark for me.We start out by meeting our star couple, Irish werewolf Sullivan Quinn, and American Fox woman Cassidy Po Their meeting was somewhat unorthodox but amusing and I thought I was in for a treat because they seemed like really nice characters And they were Cassidy was intelligent, witty and beautiful and a rarity as a supernatural, being one of only two fox women in the US or maybe it was just in that State either way, most other supes have never even heard of them But when Sullivan Quinn gets one whiff of her at a party, he is never likely to forget her again.Sullivan was adorable in all his Irish charm Once he got over his initial beastly instincts of their first meet, he proved a gentleman, also very intelligent, and a great and attentive lover.Unfortunately what could have been developed further into a great romance was then reduced to only sex scenes between the pair They were meant to be working on a mystery, but did very little of that So that was kind of a shame And really, out of the whol...


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    I have read three of Warren s novels Bottom line, the sex scenes are the best part of her books and they are pretty good , but even good sex gets boring, after the nth page As a long time romance reader, I protest Why can t we have it all sex AND a satisfying story, with clever dialogue, consistency in characterization, relationship development, and an absorbing plot The beginning was fun, with the rooftop chase scene That whole long section was great, and held my attention The rest of the book was okay, but at some point it became a snoozer Boring.And some of the lines were just dumb There is a statement about humans evolving from Vikings to Crusaders to missile defense fanatics Huh Evolving There are no upwardly functioning behavioral differences in these three scenarios And the time span is not even a speck on the time span of evolution This character has a PhD and teaches at Columbia Quinn is thinking to himself that he wants to get to know Cassidy her favorite color and whether she likes Thai food Excuse me while my eyes roll away No way would Quinn give a crap about her favorite color Why do authors include th...


  7. says:

    Wolf at the Door was a decent read It started out slowly, but picked up the pace half way through It s basically about a group of fanatics who call themselves the Light of Truth, threatening to unveil the paranormal world of The Others The Others are trying to find them before it s too late I thought that the romance between Quinn a lupine and Cassidy a foxwoman was pretty bland They were fine as characters, though th...


  8. says:

    1 1 2 starsCouldn t get through the whole book,I loved the first couple chapters and then when the draggy sex scenes came along I just skimmed to the back of the book to see the conclusion I was also turned off the lack of back bone in Cassidy I couldn t get myself to like her I g...


  9. says:

    Warren writes well in the light hearted scenes but when it comes to anything plot driven it s tedius She does make use of great myths that most paranormal writers over look and so I d be interested in books where those entities are the lead characters Without that edge, this isn t anything special.


  10. says:

    Sullivan Quinn can shred my sheets any day of the weekChristine Warren did it again with all the sex appeal, and excitement a girl could want Between the impending reveal of the others to the human world and Cassidy s heartach...


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Wolf at the Door (The Others, #9) Sullivan Quinn Didn T Travel 3,000 Miles From His Native Ireland And His Wolf Pack Just To Chase Rabidly After The Most Delectable Quarry He S Ever Seen Quinn Is In America On A Mission To Warn His Other Brethren Of A Shadowy Group Willing To Use Murder And Mayhem To Bring Them Down But One Whiff Of This Foxwoman S Delicious Honeysuckle Fragrance And He Knows That She Is Than A Colleague Or A Conquest She Is His Mate.Anthropologist Cassidy Poe Is A World Renowned Authority On Social Interaction, But The Overpowering Desire She Feels Around Quinn Defies Every Ounce Of Her Expertise Working By His Side To Uncover The Others Enemies Poses Risks She Never Expected To Her Own Safety, To Those She Loves, And To Her Heart, As Every Encounter With Quinn Proves Blissfully Erotic Than The Last Now, With No One To Trust But Each Other, Quinn And Cassidy Face A Foe That S Edging Closer Every Day, Threatening To Destroy The Life They Ve Always Known, And The Passion They Ve Just Discovered