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O deal with her narcissistic foster mother Bella; then of course there’s her horrid little sister Ivy; not to mention the pack of werewolves that belong to Bella Now they have to move and start a new school againJust when Willow thinks things Willow is a werewolf but she hasn't always been a werewolf she once was human but as a child she was bitten as well as her little sister and raised by Bella a female pack leader The girls grew up living with Bella in the plans that one day they would lead their own packs but when the time comes for Willow to take her own pack she’s not sure she is up to the challenge With the last move Bella has already planted Willow in the school with her new pack and with the help of Gage her “Uncle” she should be able to lead a pack of teenage boys Being a werewolf is hard leading a pack of boys is even harder but surviving high school may just be the end of Willow With the help of her boys she integrates into the school as one of the popular girls even becoming a cheerleader As she gets better at fitting in at school things in her real life go wonky on of her pack is shot so they have to fake his death next one of the guys is seen running as a wolf One of her new friends at school knows about their secret and even has one of her own What about the plans of the council who placed Willow with the pack What about her feelings for Gage her protector Will she survive high school I wasn't sure about Willow at first and maybe that’s because I expect my werewolves to be tough Willow hasn't had the best life her parents were murdered and she was turned into a werewolf with her little sister Willow has been beaten down by her sister and the werewolf who raised her As she spent time on her own falling for Gage and learning to live with the boys she got better The the book progressed the I loved her character and I decided she’s tough just broken I liked Gage he’s got a past but he’s a good guy and her wolf pack they are an interesting mix of guys I’ve had Willow on my TBR pile forever picked up a kindle copy ages ago and it’s still been on my kindle When I needed a “W” book for my final team challenge it was a no brainer for me The author has taken the werewolf concept adding her own uniue twists and spinning a captivating story The way the wolves change is smoother than most and add in learning to shift and not destroy your clothes I’m sold sign me up The characters are easy to connect with you can’t help falling in love with the guys even Willow as the book progressed I was cheering her own Her story is a little emotional after all she’s a little broken but it’s worth it I had a hard time putting the book down I was drawn right into the story if not for real life I would have stayed up all night reading Willow has it all action romance suspense and mystery all woven into an intriguing story I honestly enjoyed the whole story it’s well written and the author has done a beautiful job creating an exciting new series I can't wait to start the next one it’s sitting on the shelf looking at me I love the cover with the wolves it’s just screaming read me

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Willow Blood Vine #1Can’t get any worse Blake shows up from a council she never knew existed to name her leader of a pack she never knew existed How was she supposed to teach a bunch of teenagers how to be wolves when she herself hated everything about her life Living with her guardian Bella and annoying younger sister Ivy Willow is not happy when they have to move homeagain Starting a new school is never easy but when you constantly have to watch what you say and keep secrets about yourself it makes finding new friends difficult and tiresome A few overly curious boys at school piue Willows interest but it’s only when Blake from the council shows up that Willow learns the truth about her situation Willow fully understands that as a female she will one day have to lead her own pack of males but at only seventeen she thought she had time to prepare for adulthoodWillow is a werewolf story with a difference It is interesting and makes a nice change to see the female in charge and leading the pack I am so used to ‘Alpha males’ that I hadn’t given any thought to just how outdated ‘our’ mind set is until I saw things from this new perspective As leader Willow is full of insecurities she doesn’t automatically know what is right or even best for her pack sometimes she makes mistakes but when it comes to loyalty she is behind them and they are behind her 100% I definitely enjoyed the refreshing take on this fairly common premiseAmy Richie is a competent writer with the ability to draw the reader in with her easy flowing prose and varied vocabulary Though her idea has some familiar patterns it contains enough original material to make the story uniue adding flare to this well used subject matter

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Download Willow (Blood Vine, #1) reader î Þ reflectionslisburnltd ´ “Being a werewolf is harder than it looks Everyone thinks it’s just morph at the full moon kill morph back That’s not true It’s a lot harder than that Especially if you are seventeen years old”Willow has the worst luck First sh“Being a werewolf is harder than it looks Everyone thinks it’s just morph at the full moon kill morph back That’s not true It’s a lot harder than that Especially if you are seventeen years old”Willow has the worst luck First she has t One of my favorite aspects of Amy Richie's Willow is that she created a pack society dependent on alpha females Real packs depend on alpha females I know that sounds ridiculous but in thinking on it I can't name another author who chose to push the social hierarchy of wolves on humans rather than the reverse For me it is refreshing but on a larger scale it shows Richie's ability to think outside the box which is pretty cool Now fair warning the story revolves around a high school girl and a pack adolescent boys Teenage drama and hormonal episodes are a given so if you can't handle that don't bother and if you think you can and discover otherwise don't take it out on Richie You weren't the bad ass you imagine you were in high school and neither is Willow She is insecure and still learning how to handle herself I'll grant it gets old but at the end of the day she still makes sense than most kids her age I wont say Richie is on par with Patricia Briggs but she does have a thing or two on a lot of young adult writers Her work is rough it has a few slow patches and I can't say I lost myself in the story but it is well written an just might be the start of something very cool