Born to Be Wild #2020

Born to Be Wild By Christine Warren Born to Be Wild Josie Barrett brings out the animal in men Literally As the local veterinarian in a town that s approximately seventy percent Others mostly shapeshifters Josie deals with beastly situations all the ti
  • Title: Born to Be Wild
  • Author: Christine Warren
  • ISBN: 9780312357191
  • Page: 151
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  • Born to Be Wild By Christine Warren Josie Barrett brings out the animal in men Literally As the local veterinarian in a town that s approximately seventy percent Others mostly shapeshifters Josie deals with beastly situations all the time It s practically part of her job description But when the werewolves of Stone Creek, Oregon, start turning downright feral, Josie smells a rat among other, dangeroJosie Barrett brings out the animal in men Literally As the local veterinarian in a town that s approximately seventy percent Others mostly shapeshifters Josie deals with beastly situations all the time It s practically part of her job description But when the werewolves of Stone Creek, Oregon, start turning downright feral, Josie smells a rat among other, dangerous critter.Teaming up with the ferociously sexy Eli Pace, a full time sheriff and part time were lion, Josie tries to contain the shapeshifting problem before it spreads like a virus But when shifters get infected and stuck in their animal forms the fur really begins to fly Josie and Eli have to find the cause, fast, before the whole town goes to the dogs But first, they have to wrestle with a few animal urges of their own.
    Born to Be Wild By Christine Warren
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    About "Christine Warren"

    1. Christine Warren

      Born and raised in coastal New England, Christine Warren lived in the South and the Mid Atlantic before hopping to the other side of the country to take up the life of a transplant in the Pacific Northwest She completely bypassed those states in the middle due to her landlocking phobia Hmm, need to research a scientific term for thatWhen not scrambling frantically to complete her latest writing project, Christine spends most of her time as a crazy animal lady, hanging out with her dog Levi he s the one with the hair and pretending to train him to have some manners She also hangs out with her horse, Cal a thoroughbred with a craving for strawberry licorice twists her goddog, Merlin and her best friend, fellow author Hannah Murray In addition to playing with her pets, Christine s hobbies include identifying dog breeds from photos of their underbellies, appreciating fine and not so fine wines, shopping for the perfect pair of Christian Louboutin shoes, and most of all reading things someone else had to agonize over.She enjoys hearing from readers and can be reached via email sent to Christine christinewarren or by postal mail to Christine Warren, PO Box 871900, Vancouver, WA 98687 1900cmillan author christ

    474 thoughts on “Born to Be Wild”

    1. 4 5 stars This latest installment of Christine Warren s Others series was much different from her previous books This one takes place in Oregon, and deals with a small town vet named Josie, and the local sheriff, Eli, who just happens to shift into an African lion But the real difference from this Others book is that there is a viral outbreak that affects the lupine shifters only Once infected, the lupine cannot shift from wolf form, eventually becoming and feral, until he is all vicious wolf, [...]


    2. Sad face This book didn t fit at all with the series I was a bit confused as to why it was added on It was extremely slow and the FMC was annoying I hate women that can t let men help them out She got so freaking mad when the MMC told her to run when there was danger She was a human and if she was shot, she would die If they shot him, he could change to his lion and heal It s the logical thing to do She would just have been a distraction for him I absolutely can t stand when women are all I m a [...]


    3. Interesting setup what would today s skinheads do after the unveiling of the Others among us Yeah, no surprises there they have a brand new minority to hate The hero, Eli, is a shifter and Sheriff of a small Oregon town populated with humans and others The heroine, Josie, is the only vet in town They meet over a wounded wolf actually a Lupine in shifted form Eli brings in Since the human doctor isn t available she tackles the case but something is seriously wrong, the wolf is not healing or shif [...]


    4. Okay but not as Good as Others in the Series, March 3, 2010 This book was okay but I didn t enjoy it as much as others in the series, all of which I ve read Josie is a vet in a shifter community but she doesn t treat shifters Eli is the local sheriff and is a African Lion shifter There was a bit right at the front where he tells her about waking up in odd places and that he once woke up in a kennel with a bunch of sled dogs How did that happen Did someone think that the african lion was a husky [...]


    5. I am definitely a fan of Christine Warren but I found this book to be somewhat of a disappointment after reading Walk on the Wild Side The Others 5 The story was strangely unfulfilling, don t get me wrong there was a plot and there was mystery but it just didn t jive for me that the story was about one lone Lion Shifter in a town full of wolf shifter and the story focused on what was happening to the wolf shifter pack versus Sheriff Eli Pace the main male character In Walk on the Wild Side we h [...]


    6. 2.5 StarsI recently finished reading Drive Me Wild which was very good I love the h h an the book was very sensual Drive Me Wild was published after Born to Be Wild so I read out of order This was not a good thing Don t get me wrong, Born to Be Wild can be read as a standalone however, it falls flat in comparison to Drive Me Wild Had I read this book first MAYBE I would feel differently about this book.First let me start with the H H, Eli and Josie I really liked them individually Eli is the She [...]


    7. Christine Warren s series, The Others, follows the lives of paranormal beings after their unveiling when they formally make themselves known to the non paranormal world For the most part these books are light reading, fun and laced with humor and romance They have the prerequisite alpha hero pursuing, and of course catching, the spunky heroine They very lightly touch on interspecies relationships, which would be a modern day metaphor for interracial and intercultural relationships However, the a [...]


    8. This is was a pretty interesting read My first book of Novels of the Others I m not too sure how they all connect as it didn t seem to bring up much from previous books other than the world knows of Others and that there was an Unveiling.As a standalone, I enjoyed it It was about the town of Stone Creek, Oregon, a place known for having a large number of shifters The town vet Josie Barrett has grown up with them although she s only dealt with the actual pets in town.That changes when the local s [...]


    9. I was expecting from Born to be Wild than I actually got but it was still a good story.Josie Barrett brings out the animal in men Literally As the local veterinarian in a town that s approximately seventy percent Others mostly shapeshifters Josie deals with beastly situations all the time It s practically part of her job description But when the werewolves of Stone Creek, Oregon, start turning downright feral, Josie smells a rat among other, dangerous critter Teaming up with the ferociously se [...]


    10. This book just didn t do it for me, it s nothing like the rest of the series If you have never read any of these books in this series and just picked up this one and didn t like it, please try the others On one hand though some of you may like it better because it doesn t carry the high level of sexual content as the other books do I really liked Eli and Josie characters, it was the story I couldn t handle, it didn t have that excitement as the rest of the series, it seemed to take forever for t [...]


    11. This was my first book from this author Let me say that I love Josie, I love the way she stands up to the sheriff, not letting him boss her around like so many other alpha shifters in this genre Her dialogue was always great, and always entertaining At about the 75% mark can you tell I read this on my Kindle this took a big turn, and not for the better First of all, the sheriff is really under developed, and as the book goes on you really don t learn anything significant about his personality or [...]


    12. Born To Be Wild took a deeper look at the human Other politics of Christine Warren s Others world I enjoyed this book the human vet and the werelion sheriff had some real chemistry but Josie seemed to lack a little knowledge, especially for someone who grew up in a small town where Others make up 70% of the population Eli was definitely an alpha male Overall, I liked the twists in the plots but I had a couple of problems with the storyline First, two normally highly intelligent and focused peopl [...]


    13. I love The Others series and so was slightly disappointed that this story doesn t include any of the other characters from previous books I liked the storyline and was disappointed in 1 the story really ended before it was finally wrapped up and 2 there was no explanation of the crazy ramblings sort of case notes from the beginning of each chapter It would have only taken an epilogue to clear everything up I was kind of left with a sense that maybe there were still infected people running around [...]


    14. Nothing groundbreaking for a romance novel or even particularly memorable and frankly a little too syrupy sweet for my taste but I can t underscore it because while it didn t really inspire much interest out of me it is a well written novel I liked the both of the love interest for being well characterized and no non sense especially considering this is a para romance which as we all know has considerable leanings towards the just plain silly.The author is also not only wrote a plot but even wro [...]


    15. I enjoyed the story, liked the characters, my only problem with it is that it ended quickly There was all this lead up, and then nothing The basic idea of the story is someone is trying to get rid of the Others paranormals and they have created biological warfare that can possibly kill off the Others So you spend the whole book trying to figure out who it is and what is going to happen and then bang in five pages you find out who did it and the book ends So the book was good, but the ending was [...]


    16. I liked it okay, but this will probably be my least like book of the Others series I felt it was missing some of the elements that make her stories so unique It also felt like the author was rushed I get that this will be a continueing line of a story she introduced to many new mateless characters for it not to be , but I felt like the suspense part of the plot was incomplete Don t worry Christine Warren I m still going to read everything you put out.


    17. The ending SUCKED It was like the editor realized it was too long and did the shortest, lamest action scene for the ending I had to double check that the last few chapters and or epilogue weren t ripped out This book would have been great if they hadn t squished the ending into nothing Nothing to show that things worked out, etc Very very disappointed None of her other works are like this.


    18. I didn t care for this book as much as I did the others in her series It is of stand alone, and though it takes place in the same world, it doesn t feel connected to it This seemed like a thriller type book that just happened to have shapesifters, where as her other books have been paranormal in nature The end seemed kind of rushed as well and it just wasn t as fun as her earlier books.


    19. I ve come to enjoy the Others series, but I found this book to be disappointing The characters were interesting, but nothing seem to flow it was either dragging or forced I hope the next book is better I m wondering why, too, she went away from including characters from other books in her recent ones I liked the wolves i.e Graham and the NYC setting.


    20. Intriguing Josie Barrett grew up knowing about Others even though she wasn t one she also knew from the time she was around 9 that she wanted to be a veterinarian she did become one too.Eli Pace is a lion shifter he s also the town sheriff even though he s been in the same town as Josie for the past 3 years they v never met until the night he brings her a wounded Lupine.That is the beginning of their relationship That is also the beginning of a mystery in their town that brings them closer toget [...]


    21. Good READIt was and interesting read and I feel that the characters worked well with each other I will continue to read this author books However it would be nice if someone would proofread the books because trying to figure out when the words are spelled wrong are not in order makes it a little difficult to understand what might be going on.


    22. I ve read several of the books in this series, and this one definitely stands alone The sheriff a lion shifter brings a badly wounded Lupine to the town veterinarian, and then the fur begins to fly The problems escalate as does the suspense It s a wild ride to the end


    23. This book confused me cause it was set in a different town with no related characters and just seemed to come from left field The plot and characters were all good but I just kept feeling like I missed something for there to be a jump from East to West coast and no similar characters.





    24. Well written, humorous dialogue, and a strong professional heroine However, if you have a passing knowledge of science and or medicine, it will be a tough go The author obviously did a lot of research but didn t understand the material The flaws in the science were glaring and hard to ignore since the author put in so many wrong details Oh well, the story of the cat who drank a spilled bottle of Irish Cream was amusing.


    25. 3 stars only because the beginning managed to entertain me Spoilers I had an issue with them never even knowing the other existed after living in the same small town together It s later noted they ve must have bumped into one another countless times yet, no attractions until he comes barging into her clinic with a bleeding wolf and he manages to quickly take note of her assets I dredged onward, still not thwarted and was still intrigued Josie seemed knowledgeable, independent, level headed, and [...]


    26. wow So we have some human supremacist group covertly lead by some scientist who has developed a variant rabies virus that only works on Lupines and they re testing it out on the local wildlife And they have a version that works on felines.What sort of lame ice idea is this Even if it does prove effective, did it not occur to them that a rabid large feline or canine can do a whole lot of damage to the human population before it dies is killed Didn t they watch Cujo And we re even puzzled about t [...]


    27. First off that cover, while not the most beautiful in the Others series, unlike One Bite With a Stranger, On The Prowl and Hungry Like a Wolf, is still rather pretty I feel like I really shouldn t judge a book by its cover but I also feel like the ones with the beautiful covers have really made an impression on me Although, Big Bad Wolf doesn t have an extremely beautiful cover and I absolutely loved that one.Now then, on with my actual review.Not my favorite but it was a good book for the most [...]


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