Wolf’s Blood

A Novel By Meagan Poetschlag

Storyline: 19 year old vegetarian, Clair Wilson, and her parents suddenly move away from their cozy apartment in San Diego to find themselves in the rural forest town of Snowbrook, Oregon. Rachel Wilson, a microbiologist from the University of San Diego, had been hired to help the town research a deadly disease that was killing off endangered animals on the wildlife reserve. Dean Wilson, Clair’s father, was offered a promotion to a detective position at the town’s local police station. So Clair was now stuck tagging along for the ride. Soon she began to make friends with the mysterious local, Aidan Wolff, who helps her get her bearings around town. He and his family try to mostly keep to themselves, for they risk exposing a dark family secret, and also themselves to the deadly plague. Clair’s dreams soon become haunted by a black, blue eyed wolf who saved her life in the forest and she begins to get herself caught up in the secrets of a dangerous existence. Why would a wolf bother to save her life? What was the true cause of the deadly plague? Would she survive this place long enough to return to the life she loved back in San Diego, or will her fate leave her and her loved ones as bait for the wolves?

So the writing style wasn’t one i was used to, it wasn’t so much of a make you feel part of a story type of book, the story felt like it was being told to you instead of bringing you into the story.  There’s an intense element of mystery and intrigue and suspense. You never really know what’s going to happen with the plague and when you think you have it kind of figured out a new element gets thrown in that you didn’t see coming at all. and then you’re right back to wondering what’s going to happen next, and where the story could possibly go. It was a compelling story line with some pretty cool characters. I’ve realized I’m not a huge werewolf fan apparently….but I would absolutely recommend this book to werewolf lovers! Because it actually is a really good book. 

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