Thursday, April 24, 2014

Book Review: Fox Run

Fox Run (The Madison Wolves, #1)

Fox Run

Author: Robin Roseau
Publisher:  Robin Roseau
Publish Date: April 27, 2013
Series:  The Madison Wolves  #1
Book Rating 4/5
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Publisher's Description 
Michaela Redfur is a were fox living a quiet life in Bayfield, Wisconsin. She has a quiet job that gets her out of doors and avoids the werewolves as if her life depended on it. Which it does.

That all changes early one morning when Lara Burns, the Madison Wolves alpha, introduces herself, much to Michaela's chagrin. Lara explains to Michaela that "we only want to talk", but when a werewolf comes knocking on a tiny, delicate foxes' front door, Michaela knows talking is the last thing in the wolfy mind.

This novel is 93,000 words and is the first in in The Madison Wolves Series.
Book received: Bought

Why I Picked it up: i enjoy a good paranormal story and there are not enough about foxes. This had the  makings to be something new. It draws you quickly and at time you find yourself yelling or fussing at the wolves. They are dense at time, okay most of the time and often find that good intention do not make things okay or right.  The wolves often labor under the idea of might is right, but foxes do not and should not. 

Why I finished it: I enjoy novels  with many different types of heroins and sets of values. I am glad that that this novel is out there. also is is great read, fast pace story and it get you invested in to the characters quickly and keeps you invested. 

Who I would give it to: To fans of Patrica Briggs. 

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