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A bit of a slow burn

The story is a bit of a slow burn but well worth the read. There are a few minor grammatical errors, but that being said the writing style is outstanding. I am really big on imagery and the author does a fantastic job of painting a picture. While the first chapter does an amazing job of setting the scene, the story doesn't really fully grab the reader's attention until Frank actually has his heart attack as that's when the story really starts to pick up. I did have a bit of a difficult time connecting with the protagonist as he is a bit distant and standoffish but hopefully as things progress we will learn more of his background and begin to relate more to him. His relationship with Renee is beautifully illustrated and heartwarming to read. All in all, I think this a great story.

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Exceptional Writing

The dialogue for this story is extremely engaging which is impressive as many authors tend to struggle with dialogue almost as much as they do with imagery. I love the concept of this story it is so unique and stands out from the run of the mill werewolf story. I particularly appreciate the fact that the wolves have their own name to help better establish the separate identity. It drives me batty when a story says "my wolf" five thousand times. I am mostly intrigued by Caelynn's inner turmoil when it comes to Erik. Her struggle is what I think really holds the reader's attention. It is so palpable. This is a brilliant piece of literary work and I can't wait to finish it.

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Exceptional Writing

The dialogue for this story is extremely engaging which is impressive as many authors tend to struggle with dialogue almost as much as they do with imagery. I love the concept of this story is so unique and stands out from the run of the mill werewolf story. I particularly appreciate the fact that the wolves have their own name to help better establish the separate identity. It drives me batty when a story says "my wolf" five thousand times. I am mostly intrigued by Caelynn's inner turmoil when it comes to Erik. Her struggle is what I think really holds the reader's attention. It is so palpable. This is a brilliant piece of literary work and I can't wait to finish it.

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Favorite so far

This story is literally one of my favorites on inkitt to date. It hooked me right from the summary which is a testament to the brilliance of the story's plotline. I have been able to relate to the characters immediately as they are so well developed. The antagonist is written so vividly that I already despise him as a person even though he doesn't truly exist. The author has a real gift with imagery that improves more and more with each chapter that I have read. I have enjoyed every bit of this story and I can't wait to see how the story continues to unfold. Well done!

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