[Ebook] Bitten (Women of the Otherworld, #1) By Kelley Armstrong – Tactical-player.co.uk

Bitten (Women of the Otherworld, #1) Elena Michaels Is The World S Only Female Werewolf And She S Tired Of It Tired Of A Life Spent Hiding And Protecting, A Life Where Her Most Important Job Is Hunting Down Rogue Werewolves Tired Of A World That Not Only Accepts The Worst In Her Her Temper, Her Violence But Requires It Worst Of All, She Realizes She S Growing Content With That Life, With Being That Person.So She Left The Pack And Returned To Toronto Where She S Trying To Live As A Human When The Pack Leader Calls Asking For Her Help Fighting A Sudden Uprising, She Only Agrees Because She Owes Him Once This Is Over, She Ll Be Squared With The Pack And Free To Live Life As A Human Which Is What She Wants Really.


10 thoughts on “Bitten (Women of the Otherworld, #1)

  1. says:

    Had any of the characters been even half as cool as this guy I may have keep reading Or to beaccurate I should say I may have read it correctly Which I didn t Instead, I did thisnotices all the 5star reviews of Bitten clicks confirm order button on


  2. says:

    How can I write this review without sounding like I m about to start stalking Kelley Armstrong I loved this book I loved all the characters in it It was well written, with engaging, interesting characters The plot was fast moving and interesting I never got b


  3. says:

    You know when you don t really expect to like a book based on the fact that you re prejudiced to its contents For example, thanks to Twilight, I am completely Team Vampire and I m terribly ashamed at having brought Twilight up, trust me so anything Werewolf ish automat


  4. says:

    This might be the best first in series I ve ever read I have favorite series, and this is definitely one of them, but most of the time my favorite book in the series is not the first one This one is I love Elena I love Clay I love them together, and I HATE them separated I love


  5. says:

    A lot of authors tend to rely on supernatural abilities to make their fantasy and paranormal charactersappealing to us foolish mortals who seek our escapes amongst their pages But Kelley Armstrong s werewolves in Bitten must rely on grit and personality alone, because aside from having th


  6. says:

    I first read this book when it came out and loved it It was one of the few books I d read that focused predominantly on werewolves I ve read MANY since and so I went back and reread this because I was curious if it would hold up against the masses Oh boy It did Let me just say that out of all paran


  7. says:

    This one s been hanging around for a while, since it was recommended to me sometime last year I saw that kiwiria loved it and remembered that I had it, so thought I should get onto it sooner rather than later To be honest, the fact that it s about werewolves put me off I greatly enjoyed Kerri Arthur s Riley


  8. says:

    I m sick with a cold flu thing so I m not sure how good my judgement is right now, but I definitely found my new book boyfriend here His name is Clay and he s a sociopathic werewolf He hates humans and kills them without remorse But, he is also willing to kill anyone for the woman he loves Isn t that romantic He s so


  9. says:

    I hate to do this, but DNF at 24% No rating There is nothing wrong with this I guess it s just that, written in 2004, and reading it now, I don t feel I am being exposed to anything I haven t seen before If I had only read this about 5 years ago I was still eating up every urban fantasy paranormal romance I could get my hands o


  10. says:

    A warning to the reader, don t pick this book up if you cannot devote hours to reading it You will be completely absorbed into this tale of a woman who happens to be a werewolf, and isn t completely happy about it Elena is a fascinating protagonist, not all bad, but not all good either She has an animal side to her that she has suppresse


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