Pretty Little Werewolf : Young Adult Shifter Fantasy

(4 customer reviews)


Loner. Outcast. Monster. Werewolf.

When it comes to being a shifter, only the strongest survive. Giselle has spent her life in the human foster care system. Wolfing out under the full moon has caused her to be rejected by more families than she’s bothered to count. No one wants to adopt a freak! 

Never knowing love, acceptance, or what it means to belong to a pack, she’s had to become an alpha. Lone wolves take care of themselves.

Now, a family of shifters has come forward, offering to adopt her. The opportunity of a lifetime.  But, when something seems too good to be true, it usually is. This pack comes with a whole new set of problems. 

Involved in a deadly turf war dividing the shifters and witches in Las Vegas, they’re prepared to defend their territory at all costs. And when the claws come out, death is not too far behind.

Is belonging to a pack worth submitting to the will of another alpha, sacrificing freedom, or risking her life for a war she didn’t start?

4 reviews for Pretty Little Werewolf : Young Adult Shifter Fantasy

  1. Inishowen Cailín

    Pretty Little Werewolf is a story set in high school and the protagonists are teenagers so this book will appeal to teens.
    Giselle’s situation at the beginning of the book really pulled on my heartstrings and I immediately became invested in her story. I wanted her to find a loving family. The mystery surrounding her new foster family and the some of the other kids who go to her new school adds to the drama. There is also a little bit of a love triangle as well but Giselle seems to be clear on her choice at the end of book 1. The showdown at the end was quite exciting and suspenseful. An entertaining listen and a series that I follow on audio.

  2. Sheri MacNutt

    Can a teen who is different find a family who will love and accept her? Can Giselle open up and finally trust someone other than herself?

    I really enjoyed this story. It was well written and had enough drama and action to keep the story moving at a good pace. The story covers questions that teens face on a regular basis and shows how complicated relationships can be.

  3. Jutta Stiller

    I found this story really intriguing. I like the idea and the setup and the world that they live in. It kept me engaged all the way through as I tried to work out how they were going to solve what was going on. I liked the way it resolved especially as it didn’t go quite how you thought it might. Kelli Tager does a great job with the narration. Enjoyable listening.

  4. Mia Harper

    I really enjoyed this book although it was heart-breaking in places, I was hooked from the beginning. The characters were easy to relate to, and the story had some interesting plot twists, and some sweet teenage romance. The heroine Giselle is no shrinking violet and takes no rubbish, she’s just as alpha as the boys, Asher is a jerk I’m definitely on team Damien, plenty of ‘witchy business’! This was a great start to a new series and I can’t wait to start book 2 to see how it develops, the narration by Kelli Tater was amazing.

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