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WOLF AT THE DOOR
by MaryJanice Davidson

Genre: Paranormal/Urban Fantasy, Paranormal Fiction
Sensuality: HOT

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This offbeat spin-off is set in the worlds of both Vampire Queen Betsy and the Wyndham werewolves, as CPA werewolf Rachael Velvela is sent on a mission to Minnesota. The story’s events are set shortly after those in Undead and Undermined; however, if readers are not familiar with those recent plot developments, they may be pretty confused. Also, although there is plenty of Davidson’s trademark wild and wacky humor, the story is a bit light on plot developments.

Rachael Velvela is not thrilled when her cousin and pack leader Michael Wyndham sends her to Minnesota to keep a wary eye on vampire queen Betsy. Rachael loves her cousin and knows her duty, so she makes the trek. Having seen the monthly vamp newsletter put out by Queen Betsy, human Edward Batley decides someone needs to go to St. Paul and see if it is for real. If it is, then Edward can call on his vampire-slayer friends Boo and Greg. An encounter in a story hooks up Rachael and Edward, neither realizing their mutual interest in Betsy. There is also a serial killer who seems bent on causing trouble between vamps and weres. (BERKLEY SENSATION, Oct., 288 pp., $15.00)

Reviewed By: Jill M. Smith

Publisher: BERKLEY SENSATION

Published: October 2011

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