Born To Be Wild: A Novel of The Others

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St. Martin's Press, Mar 2, 2010 - Fiction - 336 pages
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Josie Barrett brings out the animal in men. Literally. As the local veterinarian in a town that's approximately seventy percent Others—mostly shapeshifters—Josie deals with beastly situations all the time. It's practically part of her job description. But when the werewolves of Stone Creek, Oregon, start turning downright feral, Josie smells a rat—among other, more dangerous critter.

Teaming up with the ferociously sexy Eli Pace, a full-time sheriff and part-time were-lion, Josie tries to contain the shapeshifting problem before it spreads like a virus. But when more shifters get infected—and stuck in their animal forms—the fur really begins to fly. Josie and Eli have to find the cause, fast, before the whole town goes to the dogs. But first, they have to wrestle with a few animal urges of their own.

 

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Contents

CHAPTER ONE
1
CHAPTER TWO
16
CHAPTER THREE
33
CHAPTER FOUR
43
CHAPTER FIVE
53
CHAPTER SIX
64
CHAPTER SEVEN
78
CHAPTER EIGHT
88
CHAPTER FOURTEEN
173
CHAPTER FIFTEEN
183
CHAPTER SIXTEEN
211
CHAPTER SEVENTEEN
225
CHAPTER EIGHTEEN
235
CHAPTER NINETEEN
252
CHAPTER TWENTY
263
CHAPTER TWENTYONE
274

CHAPTER NINE
103
CHAPTER TEN
120
CHAPTER ELEVEN
134
CHAPTER TWELVE
151
CHAPTER THIRTEEN
163
CHAPTER TWENTYTWO
289
CHAPTER TWENTYTHREE
297
CHAPTER TWENTYFOUR
316
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About the author (2010)

Christine Warren is the bestselling author of The Others series, including Wolf at the Door, Big Bad Wolf, Prince Charming Doesn't Live Here, and Black Magic Woman. Born and raised in coastal New England, she now lives as a transplant in the Pacific Northwest. (She completely bypassed those states in the middle due to her phobia of being landlocked.) When not writing, she enjoys horseback riding, playing with her pets, identifying dogs from photos of their underbellies, and most of all reading things someone else had to agonize over.

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