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Kelley Armstrong, Broken

“This book may not be quite as tantalizing as the...”

Written on: 04/10/2008 by mandzipoo (1 review written)

This book may not be quite as tantalizing as the prequels of the werewolf narrated books from the women of the otherworld series, but i loved it. As always the relationship between Elena and Clay leaves you weak =). I love reading Kelleys books and can't wait until the next werewolf installment. A definite read if you've read 'Bitten' and 'Stolen.'… Read Full Review

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Kelley Armstrong, Broken

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Written on: 28/02/2006 by Harriet Klausner (18660 reviews written)

Broken
Kelley Armstrong
Bantam, May 2006, $6.99, 464 pp.
ISBN: 0553588184

She is the only female werewolf in existence, and she is pregnant by her werewolf lover; something that has never happened before. The men in Elena Michaels' pack are smothering her in their need to keep her safe and protected; she understands their motives, but could use some action in her life. That occurs when half-demon Xavier Reese asks her to steal the letter "From Hell" supposedly written by jack the Ripper. In… Read Full Review

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