Wolf's Bane

Rating 3 / 5

I think this book is an example of how specific terms are used. The main characters for example are said to be fox shifters. A bit of research though shows they are specific kind and the author has done their research on what that means.

The werewolves on the other hand are probably more accurately defined as wolf shifters. They do not have the moon dependence or any hint of transmission from the bite.

Story wise, the storyline is outcasts trying to hide that they are foxes from the wolves.

One of the interesting complications is the muggles. Child services is trying to take the younger sister and the police get in the way a couple of times

Overall I think it does enough to be put on a read list. It is unique in the main character species but a bit too heavy on the romance for me.

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