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Terry Spear | Werewolves Need Loving Too
Uncategorized / February 5, 2010

This Christmas, my son got me the computer role-playing game called Dragon Ageand when I need a break from writing and edits, I stop to play the game. Now, in one part of the game, and in many of these fantasy worlds, wolves are not nice. But not only do they have bad wolves, they also have badder werewolves. Some are rabid, some are plain old werewolves, some speak, but all of them are deadly to the core. To solve the problem of the local elf type people who have contracted the werewolf curse, my heroine with her team of hero and heroines has to destroy the original werewolf who caused everyone else’s disease. This is typical of the old-horror story werewolf myth. Here I am, playing the game, and wanting desperately to find a peaceful solution. I want to cure the elves, and turn the werewolves into all around nice guys. I want to show the wolves running around in the forest that they can hunt their regular menu items and leave adventurers to solve other kinds of worldly problems and nobody gets hurt that way. *sigh* To read more of WEREWOLVES NEED LOVING TOO and to comment for…

Fresh Pick | TRUE LOVE AND OTHER DISASTERS by Rachel Gibson
Fresh Pick / February 5, 2010

May 2009On Sale: April 28, 2009368 pages ISBN: 0061579068EAN: 9780061579066Mass Market Paperback$7.99 Romance Contemporary Buy at True Love And Other Disastersby Rachel Gibson Disaster Number One: Men Hard knocks and hunger taught Faith Duffy not to believe in love. Still, when she married her very wealthy—and very old—husband, she became the perfect wife. And then he went to that big bank in the sky, leaving Faith with lonely nights, a pile of money, and a total mess of a pro hockey team. Heck, Faith doesn’t even watch hockey! Disaster Number Two: Passion But most of America and half of Canada is watching Ty Savage. His lethal sex appeal and deadly right hook make him the favorite of fans. For most of Ty’s life, he’s dreamed of winning the Stanley Cup. The last thing he needs is a bimbo messing up his plans. Disaster Number Three: Love Faith loathes Ty on sight, but she can’t stop thinking about him all day . . . and night. Then a moment of temptation ends with Faith in Ty’s bed, and she begins to see there’s more to him than sex appeal. Ty discovers there’s far more to Faith than beauty and billions….