Leader of the Pack has ratings and 82 reviews. carol. said: Tolerable, but doubtful if I’ll ever pick up the other books in the series. This is act. Leader of the Pack (Tales of an Urban Werewolf, book 3) by Karen MacInerney – book cover, description, publication history. Leader of the Pack is the third installment in Karen MacInerney’s “Tales of an Urban Werewolf” series. The first two books released to rave reviews, and this.
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I really don’t understand authors who write men that hook up with the best kaaren of their love interests Sophie makes attempts at trying fhe solve the mystery, but ends up mostly providing the emotional leverage to involve other people in helping her. Does anyone think the same? Sophie is content with blowing him off completely until she receives word from Tom, a fellow werewolf, that her father is going to be tried for murder.
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Jun 27, Gail rated it it was amazing. I really enjoyed the first two books in this series, so it’s a bit of a mystery why 3 sat on my TBR shelf for 17 months.
The plot was gripping and I found that I could not set it down. Leader of the Pack is an entertaining werewolf story with funny characters and a great plot to read.
I really don’t know what else can be said. Return to If Page. Who wants to be sloppy seconds and who also wants to have someone try to get close to you that way? If there is, I would be sure to purchase it. This has come with its advantages and disadvantages. In this book, we find out about Beate, the “promised mate” of Tom. Want to Read Currently Reading Read. In On the Prowl, readers were left off with wondering exactly who and what Mark was.
What a crazy journey we lesder followed these characters through. She didn’t grow up around him, he’s basely a stranger and now he expects everything to be okay after twenty-something years? Her dad seems so be on trial for murder and even though she hasn’t seen him in so long she can’t let him die. Anyone who likes Carrie Vaughn or any of the more mainstream paranormal romances kxren be pleasantly surprised by this author.
The protagonist macinerbey designer labels less and is less self centred which not only makes her more likeable but shows pacm growth. I also found the Codex and having a book of rules funny, especially when they hadn’t been updated in centuries.
Yet, the characters never have to go through any real confrontation of this situation- instead it all seems to magically work out with no real discussion of the issue among the trio. And the introduction of Sophie’s absent father who is now on trial by the Houston pack plunges her and her friends into new territory of pack politics and a battle for succession, which has a surprisingly satisfying ending. Things continue to get more and more dangerous as Sophie and Tom try to uncover the truth.
Book review: Karen MacInerney’s *Leader of the Pack (Tales of an Urban Werewolf, Book 3)*
But I hope a 4th book comes out because there is plenty just left out to be explained. Sophie must decide where her loyalties lay. All things considered, I think it wasn’t worth it However, things get a little hairy pun intended when her stranded father shows up in town. Wondering if Tom Fenris and Sophie were ever going to make a love connection. Fun, funny, crazy, sexy and even sometimes sad, this series was a great read. You’ll want to start with the first books in the series, Howling at the Moon and then On the Prowl.
With ;ack death imminent in days, Sophie must rely on the help of some good friends to help save him. Tales of an Urban Werewolf is without a doubt one of my favorite fairly unknown series. I felt the ending didn’t conclude those threads.
If the idea of a romantic comedy about a werewolf appeals to you as much as it does to me, then this is a must read book. Sophie has a natural talent of shielding macinerneyy and that mcainerney made her to live right under the noses of the Houston pack of werewolves for most of her life.
I read this series years ago and was so excited to see that it is back. Leader of the Pack is the third in this urban werewolf series and usually in the third book there is a big payoff. There is a lot of mystery around Mark that she doesn’t question enough.
So we have half-wolf Soph determined to save her father from death and only days to gather evidence, help or anything she can think of to do it.
She doesn’t want to have him in her life but she most definitely doesn’t maciherney him dead.
It was engaging, and definitely interesting to get more of a glimpse into the werewolf protocol via Luc’s trial the goings-on at the Howl. For anyone following the series, this is the book you cannot miss. This one turns Sophie’s world completely upside down, no part of her life is left untouched. Additionally, midway through the book, her ex- becomes aware of weres as well, and Sophie outs the werecat to both of them. Sophie is a character whom I found easy to root for, and I am curious as to how she will adjust to being the new Alpha of the Houston pack and what kind of “growing pains” she has to work through and of course, how things work out with Tom ;P.
Leader of the Pack – Karen MacInerney
She is naturally wary when Luc arrives but before they have even have a chance to get to know each other Luc finds himself arrested for the murder of another werewolf. I grew up in the Northeast, but I currently live in Austin with my husband, two kids, and a houserabbit named Bunny. Also, I may have misread but somewhere it said that Beate was still alive then later it said she died, so if I am right that’s a big inconsistency.
Since Sophie hasn’t grown up with werewolves, she also has to learn adn grow, and we get to do what with her. And if that weren’t enough, Sophie’s fighting to keep two sizzling-hot supernatural suitors at bay: