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Reviewed by Susan
TITLE: Werewolf PTA
SERIES: A Walk on the Wild Side (Daily Dose 2016)
AUTHOR: Felicitas Ivey
PUBLISHER: Dreamspinner Press
LENGTH: 51 pages
RELEASE DATE: June 1, 2016
Dr. Malak Shahzed moved to the small town of Goodfields for a quiet practice and a chance to leave his other life behind. Finding kind and handsome Sheriff Shiloh Payne is a bonus. Their relationship is mostly stolen glances and innocent meetings, but Malak wants to play doctor with Shiloh—if the sheriff feels the same.
All is not well in Goodfields. After each PTA meeting, the body of a single man is found torn apart by a wild animal, and the town is getting nervous.
Murder is complicating Malak’s seduction of Shiloh, especially since he knows more than he is willing to admit. Because sane people don’t believe in werewolves…. Do they?
This is the first story that I have read by this author and I am definitely going to be checking out her catalogue. I found this fast paced, very engaging and really easy to read.
How does a brand new relationship flourish amid an active murder investigation, the appearance of an meddlesome friend and a very, very big secret?
Malak keeps getting called out to murder scenes that are stumping the local sheriff. But this is not just any local sheriff, it’s Shiloh, the man that Malak wants. Badly. And how does he tell Shiloh that the murders are being committed by a creature that Shiloh thinks is not real? And that Malak himself, is another such creature?
The situation is complicated by the appearance of Faysal, an old friend of Malak’s who has arrived to kill the werewolf that is stalking the town. He arouses a deep jealousy in Shiloh, causing Malak to walk a fine line between reassuring Shiloh and keeping Faysal close enough to stop a killer!