Master of Wolves

Master of Wolves Jim London is outraged over the death of his friend a fellow bounty hunter and werewolf and thinks the police department of nearby Clarkston cooked up a phony story about Tony s murder The only way t

  • Title: Master of Wolves
  • Author: Angela Knight
  • ISBN: 9780425207437
  • Page: 403
  • Format: Mass Market Paperback
  • Jim London is outraged over the death of his friend, a fellow bounty hunter and werewolf and thinks the police department of nearby Clarkston cooked up a phony story about Tony s murder The only way to find out is to go undercover And, in his wolf form, Jim can do that better than anybodyThere s one complication, though The new police dog handler, Faith Weston, is seJim London is outraged over the death of his friend, a fellow bounty hunter and werewolf and thinks the police department of nearby Clarkston cooked up a phony story about Tony s murder The only way to find out is to go undercover And, in his wolf form, Jim can do that better than anybodyThere s one complication, though The new police dog handler, Faith Weston, is sexy enough to bring out the animal in any man

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    1. When I first started this book I didn't realize it was #5 in on ongoing series. Back before I had children and too many dogs, I used to keep up with these things but lately I'm pretty much clueless and have been picking up too many books mid series and it drives me nuts. My mind is spent, used up and full, damn it. I no longer want to strain the brain to figure out who all of these people are and attempt to piece together the bits of back story into some coherent thing. Why aren't there any stan [...]

    2. Opening line: "Faith Watsons new partner was big, muscular and covered in fur, and he didn't give her any crap." Wow, okay so in Angela Knight’s weird, out there ‘Mageverse’ world King Arthur is a vampire, Camelot’s Merlin is an alien, and everyone is searching for the black grail. There’s a fairy king, some witches, Guinevere (also a vampire) shows up and she‘s horny, we visit the round table, Avalon, and watch an entire police department get taken over by magic while officer Faith [...]

    3. Fifth in the Mageverse erotic paranormal-romance series revolving around the protectors of our world: the vampiric knights of the Round Table led by King Arthur. Oh, wait, he doesn't like to be called "King"… This particular story is of the secret weapon, the Dire Wolves, left by Merlin and Nimue to act as a brake on the knights if they should get out of hand.The StoryThe murder of a childhood friend causes Jim London to act. There's something odd going on in the Clarkston Police Department an [...]

    4. This was a pretty good book, however being my second or third time reading it there were a few things I noticed that really bothered me. It's the story of a werewolf, Jim London, and human, Faith Weston. They meet under dangerous circumstances (as usual for this series) and Faith soon learns all about the Mageverse. Then during a life-threatening scene they decide to spirit-link. This is exactly like the soul-meld between the other types of Mageverse characters, who also don't decide it needs to [...]

    5. who says wolves can't have fun. Jim London is Diana London brother. He ends going undercover to find a vampire that is trying to use a dark grail that turns humans into vampires. Jim's best friend was killed by crooked cops and one of them is turned into a wolf. Jim has enough problems then he ends up being assigned to a female cop that happens to be his mate and the only straight and narrow woman on the force. A must read.

    6. Once again, loved the main characters, but the dystopic, screwed up werewolf society really made it difficult to truly enjoy the story.

    7. AwesomeWerewolves and more werewolves. Angela knight does a great job of mixing action with some very hot romance. It can't get better than this

    8. Okay.So I knew from checking out Angela Knight's website that her books were a little graphic in the sexual department. I'm 16, and that's not what I look for in a book. I'm more interested in PLOT. This is the first book I read by Knight, so I was a little confused at first, but it was really easy to catch up. The plot was really interesting. I love all this Medieval-Arthur-And-The-Round-Table-Stuff, and on top of it all, the romance was really realistic. (Well, as realistic as you can get in a [...]

    9. I think if I'd read this ten years ago, I might have liked it more, but now that I've read more paranormal romances, my tastes have changed a little. This book has a lot of sex and a lot of peril. Sometimes, a lot of sex when there's still a lot of peril. And I'm wondering how the protagonists are not too distracted by the apocalyptic immensity of the peril to enjoy the sex. But they're not distracted, and the sex is amazing for them. Woohoo. The baddies are cartoonish, the good guys are somewha [...]

    10. I really enjoyed the idea of the police dog werewolf. Wish there had been a bit more of that. As another reviewer said, if I had read the other books I might not have been confused, but when Merlin and Author came in, I went, huh? Also, the sex scenes were too frequent, lengthy and detailed for my taste. When I want to read erotica, that's what I look for. They weren't necessarily bad, just something I wasn't expecting from this book.I love her writing style and look forward to reading more book [...]

    11. This book was a little hard to get into. So it took me longer than normal to get through it. Though I do love the storyline, the whole King Arthur and Gwen and Avalon, then Vampires, Witches, aliens, and werewolves all thrown into the mix. The layout is great the execution is great. It just didnt catch hold of my attention until I was about a quarter to a third ways in. The ending however was sweet and what happened in the majority of the book was interesting, and it also sets up the rest of the [...]

    12. I really like this series. Angela Knight writes with a 'magic' touch. Descriptions of different worlds makes it all sound real, the bad guys menacing enough to give you the shivers, and the main characters are wonderfully written. They don't feel 'fake' in any way, shape or form (no pun intended). The wars (arguments) with each other, the wars within themselves, brings this book to life like no other. You feel what the characters feel, about themselves and towards each other. The words used to d [...]

    13. It was overdue to come out of the Kennel. So far I think that this is my fave male in the series, her I could go either way, but I really liked Jim's sense of humor. But then again for most part they have all had some aspect of their personality that I liked. But I think overall Jim was someone I liked for the whole package. Was glad to see everyone is coming out of the Kennel and seriously though how much longer did you think you could keep that crated. Anywho I am off to begin Master of Swords [...]

    14. It's mainly a fun read, nothing more. I've always liked reading about mystical stuff, werewolves and vampires in particular. This is good if you just want to forget everything and get caught up in an adventure, especially ones with moments where you're either glad that no one's there to see you squirm or you wish that somebody was there so you can just throw down the book and let your desires take over.

    15. I'm definately a fan of Angela Knight's so far all the books in this series have been engrossing. I'm enjoyinging them very much. This story was about a Jim (a werewolf) who's trying to find out who killed his friend. He goes undercover as a police sniffer dog and he ends up trying to save his sexy police handler faith as she is bitten by a rouge werewolf. It's a steamy story with vampires and lots of bad guys.

    16. Just a quick note, this is the second book I this series I have read, and I just can't get into the concept. Arthur as a vampire. Gueneviere as a witch and Morgan Le Fay as a compatriot and friend. I am usually receptive to re-branding and re-tellingly of old myths (think Sands, Frost, Hamilton, Butler, Chance, Devlin, Ford etc), but this one went too far for me and I simply do not like the universe created or the roles that the characters play.

    17. Book Number 5 in the Mageverse is just as captivating as the previous ones. I liked how Jim London was named "Rambo" as a dog. Snicker. This is a predictable ending but the journey is fun. Ms. Knight writes some witty dialog and just such fun and engaging characters. I recommend this to all who love shifters and a bit a romance attached to it. If you like a strong heroine, then stop right here. Faith will kick butt.

    18. Started a bit slow, but then it picked up and turned into a pretty good read. Most of the Mageverse books are entertaining, with the exception of Master of the Night which was a bit weak. I loved the hero in this one -- Jim London, alpha werewolf, and brother to Diana, the new queen of the Fae. I like quite a few of her heros--Jim, Gawain, Llyr, Kel. And of course King Arthur is quite the hottie. :)

    19. I thought the beginning was very funny, with Jim going undercover as a German shepherd. Lots of situational comedy moments there. Although it probably wasn't intended to be funny. Then King Arthur and his 12 Knights of the Round Table appeared and I thought "Oh no, good plotline ruined with extreme silliness!" But it actually worked out ok. Very hot sex scenes, although they got a bit repetitive. Entertaining, suspenseful, I would read more by the author.

    20. I have a real problem with the alien merlin origin story. If you are going to use a fictional story and act like it really happened. Then challenge how everyone believed that story went down. Not just make everyone an immortal. I had less problems with the Merlin TV show and they turned everyone into teenagers.

    21. Definitely not the best one in this series. While there is a storyline, the scenes themselves are weak. Sometimes the author takes the time to flush out a scene well, while other times it seems incredibly rushed and shallow. This is the 2nd time I've read this entire mageverse series, and it will be the 2nd time I have been unable to finish this particular book.

    22. Knight was recommended to me by a friend. A little too romancy for me and I had to forgo a major suspension of belief for the back story (KIng Arthur as immortal vampire, Merlin as an Alien) but for its genre it was compentently written.

    23. I liked it, kind of, just not enough to finish it. I started this series with this one so I did not know the characters or their stories. The world was weird and did not fit in the story. I read 2/3's of the book and just did not care about what was going on or who it was done too. So I quit.

    24. The only book I read in this series. It was still a pretty good book even though I didn't read the others before it. The world created in this book is intriguing and full of adventure. FIlled with vampires, faeries, and werewolfs.

    25. I was really happy to read Jim's story. There's just something about an alpha wolf. Faith was a great match for Jim. It's interesting that the bad vampires are getting stronger. It should be fun to see where the story goes next.

    26. I knew that Diana's brother was hot but I didnt know that he was this hot!!!! lol I am now happy to know what happened to his friend and saddened about how he died, it was so screwed up! I'm glad he got back at the bitch that killed him and found his true love.

    27. Another great book in Angela Knight's Mageverse series! I loved the building romance between Faith and Jim London! Great story, witty writing, and alluring romantic interludes! Definitely worth reading!

    28. 3.5*Just couldn't keep my attention. The relationship had very little connection and the sparks were so blah

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