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Bantam Books, 2006 - Fiction - 444 pages
278 Reviews
In this thrilling new novel from the author of Industrial Magic, a pregnant werewolf may have unwittingly unleashed Jack the Ripper on twenty-first-century—and become his next target.

Ever since she discovered she’s pregnant, Elena Michaels has been on edge. After all, she’s never heard of another living female werewolf, let alone one who’s given birth. But thankfully, her expertise is needed to retrieve a stolen letter allegedly written by Jack the Ripper. As a distraction, the job seems simple enough—only the letter contains a portal to Victorian London’s underworld, which Elena inadvertently triggers—unleashing a vicious killer and a pair of zombie thugs.

Now Elena must find a way to seal the portal before the unwelcome visitors get what they’re looking for—which, for some unknown reason, is Elena.

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I love Clay and Elena, and the premise is interesting. - Goodreads
Terrible writing, terrible story. - Goodreads
Ending could have been better, though. - Goodreads
I loved the plot, even though you mostly saw it coming. - Goodreads
Story had a good pace. - Goodreads
The ending was decent though. - Goodreads

Review: Broken (Women of the Otherworld #6)

User Review  - Annie - Goodreads

This book thoroughly delighted the fangirl in me. Clay and Elena are one of my favorite paranormal couples, so reading about their road trip to parenthood was delightful. Some people have criticized ... Read full review

Review: Broken (Women of the Otherworld #6)

User Review  - Norman Howe - Goodreads

Elena Michaels accidentally opens a dimensional portals and releases zombies"," killer rats"," and a necromancer into Toronto. Read full review

About the author (2006)

Kelley Armstrong lives in rural southwestern Ontario with her husband, three children, and far too many pets. Foreign rights to Bitten, her first novel, have been sold around the world, including in the U.S., the U.K., the Netherlands, Germany, Spain and Sweden.

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