Baby, I'm Howling For You

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St. Martin's Press, Jan 30, 2018 - Fiction - 320 pages
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WELCOME TO ALPHAVILLE, where the she-wolves and alpha-males play. . .for keeps.

Renny Landry is a wolf on the run. Pursued by a shapeshifting stalker and his slobbering pack of killer coyotes, she is forced to flee her job as a librarian to find sanctuary in the wooded hills of Alpha, Washington. A well-secluded safe space for troubled shifters, Alpha is Renny’s last hope. But the first person she meets there is a gorgeous alpha male with fiery eyes, fierce tattoos, and one ferocious appetite—for her...

Mick Fischer thought he left his past behind when he moved to Alpha. But fate has a way of biting him in the tail when a female wolf shows up on his property. Wounded, desperate—and disarmingly hot—Renny brings out the snarling, protective alpha beast in Mick like no other woman he’s known. Can these two haunted, hunted wolves manage to mate for life...even as the deadliest past demons howl at their heels?


“Warren is a master of paranormal romance.”—Night Owl Romance

 

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User Review  - CathyGeha - LibraryThing

Baby, I'm Howling For You by Christine Warren Alphaville #1 I love a good shapeshifter story that is a bit quirky, has great characters, makes me care and want to be there. This book did that and left ... Read full review

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User Review  - TheGenreMinx - LibraryThing

When I first started reading Baby, I’m Howling For You I was immediately drawn in to the story. The opening scenes were filled with action and a little suspense. Renny Landry was running for her life ... Read full review

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Born and raised in coastal New England, Christine Warren now lives as a transplant in the Pacific Northwest, where she gets ocean, mountains, forests, and farmland all in one pretty package. When not writing (as if that ever happens), she enjoys spoiling her horse, playing with her dogs, concocting all sorts of yummies (both liquid and solid), and most of all reading things someone else had to agonize over.

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