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  • Mass Market Paperback: 256 pages
  • Publisher: Harlequin Books (Mm); Reprint edition (August 2002)
  • Language: English
  • ISBN-10: 037351204X
  • ISBN-13: 978-0373512041
  • Product Dimensions: 16.9 x 10.6 x 1.8 cm
  • Shipping Weight: 113 g
  • Average Customer Review: 4.5 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (4 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: #2,016,730 in Books (See Top 100 in Books)

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Format: Mass Market Paperback
Silhouette had a line of books was I very sorry to see ended, Silhouette Shadows. These were paranormal romances and came from some of the greatest writers in the field today like Anne Stuart, Jane Toombs, but one of the best was a trilogy about Werewolves in today's society, the first was #54 "Secret of the Wolf", second was #57 "Wolf in Waiting" and third was #59 "Shadow of the Wolf" by Rebecca Flanders. She also did "Heart of the Wolf". Flanders writes under various names, but these are some of her niftiest works. These books REALLY need reprinting. Shadows was a leader, blazing the path in the surging paranormal romances, but faded because they felt a lack of interest. Well, guess what, everyone else finally caught up and paranormals are big, so lets put these out so they can be
respected for the solid work they are.
This is the first in the series #54, "Secret of the Wolf" introducing us to werewolves were amongst us today, and that they are powerful empire.
Aggie McDonald accidentally runs into a man on a rainy night. She takes him in to care for him. Though he recalls nothing of whom he is, she knows this man is not precisely your Average Joe. His golden eyes remind her of something ancient, a throw back to when men was more primal. And it awakens something
within her.
As shards of his part start to return to the man Aggie calls Michael, he begins to recall he is the heir to a legacy that is centuries old and he was running from it. While he desires Aggie, he knows this legacy could threaten her.
As Aggie arouses the "beast" in him, he fears he is not human. His inner war is nothing compared to what is soon to face him, with both their lives hanging in the balances and Michael must face a battle of the titans in order to claim the woman he loves.
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The storyline has been described pretty well by the others. I just wanted to alert readers to the following facts - firstly, this book is part of a trilogy (and it does pay to read them in order, although each book can stand on its own more or less); secondly, that this book is a reprinted version of an old book from the Silhouette Shadows line (now defunct), and most importantly - the author Rebecca Flanders is now writing as Donna Boyd (see her hardcover werewolf series - The Passion, and The Promise).
Elements from this trilogy are reused in the current Devoncroix series - the castle/fortress in Alaska, the secret domination by werewolves of significant sectors in the economy, the prejudice against humans, the belief that humans and wolves cannot mate and cannot have children together, and lastly the concept that some werewolves are anthropomorphs (cannot change into wolf form). And the ruling family is apparently of French descent, and as in the Devoncroix series, succession is via ultimogeniture (the youngest-born inherits).
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I read the second and third books of this trilogy first (Wolf in Waiting, Shadow of the Wolf) before I read Secret of the Wolf. Secret of the Wolf gets the reader familiar with Ms. Flanders' werewolf world that continues in the next two books. I definitely recommend this book but only to get to the next two which I loved. For those who are interested, Rebecca Flanders now writes as Donna Boyd and has two hardback werewolf novels. They are more intense and involved than the Dreamscapes.
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By Deborah k. on Sept. 7 2013
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As I was missing this title in a trilogy....it was awesome!!! Especially since it was no longer in print. Thanks so much!!
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16 of 16 people found the following review helpful
Fantastic and fun werewolf romance Dec 29 1997
By Barks Book Nonsense - Published on Amazon.com
Format: Mass Market Paperback
If werewolves are your cuppa tea you HAVE to add this book to your to-be-bought list. It fascinated me from beginning to end. Aggie meets the hero by running him down with her car. When he regains consciousness he doesn't know who the heck he is, just that his name is Michael. When Aggie learns he is going to be released from the hospital directly to the streets or a homeless shelter she feels so guilty she takes him home (she also has ulterior motives, she's a journalist/columnist suffering from writer's block and will use his recovery as a scoop). Slowly he begins to regain bits and pieces of his past and it's mostly frightening. He fears he's not human and he wills himself to forget but it's impossible with Aggie around arousing his senses, his libido and his, ummm, true self. I fully enjoyed this story. The plot was great fun, with a nice balance of lightness and angst, the hero was scrumptious and the heroine likable. I don't think I will ever tire of reading about werewolf heroes. There was an issue concerning the eventuality of children that I felt was wrapped up way too quickly but overall it's a small complaint because the story was terrific. There is just something so romantic about their mating for life that gets to me every time. This is the first book in a trilogy but it does stand alone quite nicely.
15 of 15 people found the following review helpful
Bk 1 of a trilogy that appeared in Silhouette Shadows line Sept. 5 2002
By bookjunkiereviews - Published on Amazon.com
Format: Mass Market Paperback
The storyline has been described pretty well by the others. I just wanted to alert readers to the following facts - firstly, this book is part of a trilogy (and it does pay to read them in order, although each book can stand on its own more or less); secondly, that this book is a reprinted version of an old book from the Silhouette Shadows line (now defunct), and most importantly - the author Rebecca Flanders is now writing as Donna Boyd (see her hardcover werewolf series - The Passion, and The Promise).
Elements from this trilogy are reused in the current Devoncroix series - the castle/fortress in Alaska, the secret domination by werewolves of significant sectors in the economy, the prejudice against humans, the belief that humans and wolves cannot mate and cannot have children together, and lastly the concept that some werewolves are anthropomorphs (cannot change into wolf form). And the ruling family is apparently of French descent, and as in the Devoncroix series, succession is via ultimogeniture (the youngest-born inherits).
2 of 2 people found the following review helpful
This is good BUT the next two in the series are FANTASTIC Aug. 23 2002
By K Stowe - Published on Amazon.com
Format: Mass Market Paperback
I read the second and third books of this trilogy first (Wolf in Waiting, Shadow of the Wolf) before I read Secret of the Wolf. Secret of the Wolf gets the reader familiar with Ms. Flanders' werewolf world that continues in the next two books. I definitely recommend this book but only to get to the next two which I loved. For those who are interested, Rebecca Flanders now writes as Donna Boyd and has two hardback werewolf novels. They are more intense and involved than the Dreamscapes.
1 of 1 people found the following review helpful
Flanders books needs reprinting! March 31 2004
By Deborah MacGillivray - Published on Amazon.com
Format: Mass Market Paperback
Silhouette had a line of books was I very sorry to see ended, Silhouette Shadows. These were paranormal romances and came from some of the greatest writers in the field today like Anne Stuart, Jane Toombs, but one of the best was a trilogy about Werewolves in today's society, the first was #54 "Secret of the Wolf", second was #57 "Wolf in Waiting" and third was #59 "Shadow of the Wolf" by Rebecca Flanders. She also did "Heart of the Wolf". Flanders writes under various names, but these are some of her niftiest works. These books REALLY need reprinting. Shadows was a leader, blazing the path in the surging paranormal romances, but faded because they felt a lack of interest. Well, guess what, everyone else finally caught up and paranormals are big, so lets put these out so they can be
respected for the solid work they are.
This is the first in the series #54, "Secret of the Wolf" introducing us to werewolves were amongst us today, and that they are powerful empire.
Aggie McDonald accidentally runs into a man on a rainy night. She takes him in to care for him. Though he recalls nothing of whom he is, she knows this man is not precisely your Average Joe. His golden eyes remind her of something ancient, a throw back to when men was more primal. And it awakens something
within her.
As shards of his part start to return to the man Aggie calls Michael, he begins to recall he is the heir to a legacy that is centuries old and he was running from it. While he desires Aggie, he knows this legacy could threaten her.
As Aggie arouses the "beast" in him, he fears he is not human. His inner war is nothing compared to what is soon to face him, with both their lives hanging in the balances and Michael must face a battle of the titans in order to claim the woman he loves. This is a great read, but the two following even top that!
You might check out Donna Boyd (see her hardcover werewolf series - The Passion, and The Promise), this is Flanders under another name.
This is part of the Donna Boyd series, very good June 13 2015
By T. Marsh - Published on Amazon.com
Format: Mass Market Paperback Verified Purchase
I read this too long ago to remember but I think it was in 3rd person. This is a sequel to the two Donna Boyd books about Werewolf Dynasty, though she is writing under another name. There are 2 others aside from these 3 I mentioned, all very good. Too bad she didn't keep it up or have it published under the same name, like a series, because it IS a series and it is most unusual.


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