Born to Be Wild

Born to Be Wild

Christine Warren

Language: English

Pages: 325

ISBN: B0073TERFA

Format: PDF / Kindle (mobi) / ePub

Born to Be Wild

Christine Warren

Language: English

Pages: 325

ISBN: B0073TERFA

Format: PDF / Kindle (mobi) / ePub


A local veterinarian in a town comprised mostly of shape-shifters, Josie Barrett must team up with sheriff--and part-time were-lion--Eli Pace when the werewolves of Stone Creek start turning feral, becoming trapped in their animal forms. (Paranormal roman
Title: Born to Be Wild
Author: Warren, Christine
Publisher: St Martins Pr
Publication Date: 2010/03/02
Number of Pages: 325
Binding Type: PAPERBACK
Library of Congress: bl2010005615

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kindling, one careless camper could place the town in a precarious position. It was why all fires built outdoors within three miles of the city limits required a permit from the Stone Creek sheriff’s office. Eli hadn’t signed any permits in more than a week. He expected that he’d have to lecture a bunch of teenagers on the laws and responsibilities of building fires in the woods and maybe even confiscate a few illegally obtained six-packs. Then another quick lecture on under-aged drinking—he

They generally work by shutting down one or more of those. And poison wouldn’t explain her astronomically high white blood cell count. That’s the leading indicator of infection in all living species that I know of. I mean, sure, cancer can do the wacky to your blood cells, but I’ve run the ultrasound over almost every inch of her over the last couple of days, and there’s not a tumor in sight. And again, cancer generally likes your organs, your lymph nodes, or your bone marrow. All of Rosemary’s

write you a scrip for some penicillin?” Eli rolled his eyes. “Wiseass. No, I need to know if you know anyone who could look at a couple of medical specimens for me.” There was a brief silence, then Steve spoke again. “Animal, vegetable, or mineral?” “Animal. Mostly. I have something a little weird going on around here.” Briefly, he outlined the story of Rosemary and Bill and their odd symptoms. “The vet is convinced it’s some kind of an infection, but she said none of the normal cultures have

the issue with the Lupines is resolved. Then, we can talk again about how you feel and how I feel and how we’re going to deal with all of it. Now is a crappy time to be making decisions about anything, especially the rest of our lives.” He kissed her once, briefly, and smiled at her gently. “Just remember—the way I feel about you is not going to change. I’ve waited my whole life for you, for this, and I intend to spend the rest of my life savoring every last minute to come.” She frowned and

hiked a good forty minutes in the wake of those footprints, and Eli could see the Lupine’s tension wind higher and higher as the strength of the scent trail increased. Finally the footprints veered toward the stream and halted. If Rick had possessed whiskers at that moment, they would have been quivering. “New scents,” he murmured almost soundlessly. “Two—no, three more. Not far now.” Eli nodded. He’d caught a whiff of something new as well, the smell of more men, something distinctive and out

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