Leader of the Pack has ratings and 82 reviews. carol. said: Tolerable, but doubtful if I’ll ever pick up the other books in the series. This is act. Leader of the Pack (Tales of an Urban Werewolf, book 3) by Karen MacInerney – book cover, description, publication history. Leader of the Pack is the third installment in Karen MacInerney’s “Tales of an Urban Werewolf” series. The first two books released to rave reviews, and this.
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Wolfgang and many others of their kind believe her father is guilty and are more than ready to bring him to justice.
On the Prowl follow werewolf Sophie Garou as she attempts to make her way between were-society and the human world. Not as much humor although there is some; the changing rooms were kind of funny. Thing is, the Houston pack has this rule that during the Howl, it’s forbidden to harm anyone in the pack and if that happens, the only punishment is death, no excuses.
I enjoy how Sophie is slowly learning about the world of wolves and other supernaturals. Return to Book Page.
Leader of the Pack
So in addition to not growing up in a pack, Sophie’s natural talent of shielding herself has enabled her live right under the noses of the Houston pack of werewolves for most of her natural life.
For anyone who is not familiar with this series start with book one. Don’t want to spoil anything but we do get to find out why, and that little ring that doesn’t come off. If some of the “bad guys” actually went ahead and thought for a moment, they would have never made the mistakes that caused their downfall.
However, things get a little hairy pun intended when her stranded father shows up in town. If the idea of a romantic comedy about a werewolf appeals to you as much as it does to me, then this is a must read book. However, at least for me this book was an all day read.
Apparently there is magic in the world now, as Sophie’s mom is a witch, and there are were-animals, as reference is leaser to a were-cat late in the text. This book changes everything in Sophie’s world.
Leader of the Pack – Karen MacInerney
From the back ‘On the outside, Sophie Garou is living every woman’s dream: The entire series is a fun, easy-to-read addition to the urban fantasy genre, bringing some much needed levity. Those critiques aside, I would definitely be willing and excited to read a fourth installment, should MacInerney ever choose learer change this from a trilogy into a quartet.
Intresting goodwill find for me. However with her dad finally putting in an appearance after deserting her decades ago things don’t go as planned. Overall a good but not great read. The characters are not that bad I think her next might be better. All the funny situations that made this series so special.
Anyone who likes Carrie Vaughn or any of the more mainstream paranormal romances will be pleasantly surprised by this author. Wondering if the mission she completed would get her out of owing any allegiance to the Houston pack. Ballantine Books Publishing date: In this third book of the series, the father Sophie has never met turns up, informs her that he has become alpha of the Paris pack and that he expects her to take over the local Texan werewolf pack.
Sophie makes attempts at trying to solve the mystery, but ends up mostly providing the emotional leverage to involve other people in helping her.
One thing I loved about this series the most, is that you don’t get weighed down with the rules of the pack, like in most werewolf series. I really don’t understand authors who write men that hook up with the best friend of their love interests This book like the first two books is riddled with mistakes which not only lets the writers work down but insults the intelligence of the readers.
The reason for this is that i can see a steady progression of the authors writing. Howling at the Moon and book two: I’m not much of a paranormal fan, and I’m sensing a disturbing trend in authors focusing on sexual incidents in lieu of emotional development.
Book review: Karen MacInerney’s *Leader of the Pack (Tales of an Urban Werewolf, Book 3)*
She didn’t grow up around him, he’s basely a stranger and now he expects everything to be okay after twenty-something years? Your rating Click on the stars for rating. Why did Sophie keep the ring?
Secrets are aired and declarations made, plus there is new love, old love and plenty of lust as well as blood. Without spoiling it, let’s just say that Sophie’s love life situation clarifies, she meets her mysterious father who turns out to be a real jerk and her “furry little secret” as she calls it is outed to her closest friends.
Ditto for the male lead of the book. This one turns Sophie’s world completely upside down, no part of her life is left untouched. Light hearted lots of humor! Maybe there will be more in the future If you are up on some arcane lore the previous book kind of identified Mark. Though I do wish we could have delved a bit deeper into the histories of the main werewolves in Sophie’s lif Well, after reading the second book in the Tales maren the Urban Werewolves trilogy: She didn’t grow up around him, he’s basely a stranger and now he expects everything to be okay after twenty-something years?
Again, the characters were simply dumb. Sophie’s father chooses this inopportune time to reunite. Which sizzling-hot supernatural hunk will leadeg Sophie’s heart?
I was gripped by this story and all the action leaderr on in it from the beginning. You’ll be able to make changes before you submit your review. Yet, the characters never have to go through any real confrontation of this situation- instead it all seems to magically work out with no real discussion of the issue among the trio.
Sophie Garou, the loner woman of a psychic and a werewolf.
Sophie Garou and her love interests are pure electricity.