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Monday, August 12, 2013
Tamed by Douglas R. Brown
Werewolves are real.
And they make excellent pets.
Owning one of the legendary creatures is the latest fad. The WereHouse insists their werepets are loyal, docile, and 100% safe, but what happens when these gentle giants turn on their masters?
While on a routine EMS call, paramedic Christine Alt is attacked by a rogue werepet. She escapes with her life, but the encounter leaves her with more than just scars. As her body begins to change, she discovers the WereHouse is hiding a terrible secret, and they will stop at nothing to keep her from exposing them.
Tamed is a werewolf tale with a twist from the author of the The Light of Epertase trilogy.
My review:

This book was very different than the other werewolf books I have read. This made them more like slaves rather than mythical creatures. I rarely talk about the story in my reviews because you have the synopsis but I was so upset reading this book. Science fiction readers will love this book and it has a great story concept. The characters are pretty well rounded. There are sections of it where you can get confused if you have to stop reading to go do something else. My advice would be to go back a page or two to refresh yourself if you get confused.

About the author:

Douglas R. Brown is a fantasy/horror writer living in Pataskala, Ohio. He began writing over five years ago as a cathartic way of dealing with the day-to-day stresses of life as a firefighter/paramedic for the Columbus Ohio Division of Fire. Now, he focuses his writing on fantasy and horror where he can draw from his lifelong love of the genre. He has been married for 15 years and has a son and two dogs.

To contact Douglas for radio or television interviews, email him at epertase@gmail or use the email link to the right. If you have found this page as a result of a pitch letter, feel free to contact Douglas at the phone number provided in the letter.


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Unknown said...

Thank you for your review, I've had this book for a while the synopsis pulled me in but somehow I forgot it was in my TBR inventory.
Now you have brought it back and this time my intention is to really read it.