Kitty and the Midnight HOuse by Carrie Vaughn

A new take on the werewolf story. Kitty is a radio personality at a small station. Her show is one of those late night shows that could be so cliche, but Ms Vaughn manages to not make it so.

Kitty has bad memories of the night she was made a werewolf. In the beginning she is timid, but as the book moves forward she finds her back bone. Mixing human group dynamics with pack behavior can be tricky when writing this type of fiction. Many authors don’t study the actual pack rankings, expecting them to be more human, but she did very well.

As the first book, this sets the tone for the rest of the series quite well. A good solid read.


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