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Subterranean Press, 2011 - Fiction - 193 pages
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Hiking through the snow, holiday baking and playing board games by the fire what's not to love about an old-fashioned family Christmas?

Werewolves Elena Michaels and Clayton Danvers want to give their four-year-old twins, Kate and Logan, something their parents never had: a nice, normal holiday. No Pack responsibilities, no homicidal half-demons or power-hungry sorcerers to deal with just the four of them, alone, at a chalet outside Ontario's Algonquin Park. Then a strange werewolf shows up at their door while the town is buzzing about a young man, back from college, found half-eaten in the woods. And there's the missing little girl

With all the signs pointing to a rogue mutt with a taste for human flesh, Elena and Clay have no choice but to investigate. But are they the hunters or the hunted?

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The illustrations were also rather delightful. - LibraryThing
And the illustrations are beautiful. - Goodreads
This edition has color illustrations of various scenes. - LibraryThing

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User Review  - MsBridgetReads - LibraryThing

Had to do a lot of skipping once I got over 100 pages in....It just became beyond dull and boring after that point...and I only had just under 93 pages left..so why get that far and give up totally ... Read full review

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User Review  - Glennis.LeBlanc - LibraryThing

The novella's focus is on Clay and Elena with the twins on a Christmas vacation. Of course even in the middle of nowhere a mutt werewolf shows up and It makes Elena decide how much longer she can ... Read full review

About the author (2011)

Kelley Armstrong is the bestselling author of the Other-world series; the first book in the Darkness Rising trilogy, "The Gathering"; and the "New York Times" bestselling Darkest Powers trilogy, which includes "The Summoning", "The Awakening", And "The Reckoning".

Kelley's earliest written efforts were disastrous. If asked for a story about girls and dolls, hers would invariably feature undead girls and evil dolls, much to her teachers' dismay. Today, she continues to spin tales of ghosts and demons and werewolves while safely locked away in her basement writing-dungeon.

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