[Read] ➶ Dancing With Werewolves (Delilah Street, Paranormal Investigator, Book 1) ➳ Carole Nelson Douglas – Peakpopa.info

Dancing With Werewolves (Delilah Street, Paranormal Investigator, Book 1) It Was The Revelation Of The Millennium Witches, Werewolves, Vampires And Other Supernaturals Are Real Fast ForwardYears TV Reporter Delilah Street Used To Cover The Small Town Bogeyman Beat Back In Kansas, But Now, In High Octane Las Vegas Which Is Run By A Werewolf Mob She Finds Herself Holding Back The Gates Of Hell Itself But At Least She Has A Hot New Guy And One Big Bad Wolfhound To Help Her Out


About the Author: Carole Nelson Douglas

Carole Nelson Douglas is the author of sixty four award winning novels in contemporary and historical mystery suspense and romance, high and urban fantasy and science fiction genres She is best known for two popular mystery series, the Irene Adler historical suspense novels and the 28 book Midnight Louie contemporary mystery series Delilah Street, PI Paranormal Investigator , headlines Carole s



10 thoughts on “Dancing With Werewolves (Delilah Street, Paranormal Investigator, Book 1)

  1. says:

    NO SPOILERSI found this book pretty terrible, but at times key phrase here, at times in that so bad it s amusing way Some flaws amused than others Tense switching occurred in some scenes where I presume the author was trying to involve the reader in the action but jarring confusion was the result instead I wish the author had stuck to past tense, or at least been consistent in tense switching during ac


  2. says:

    I only got to page 100 before give up it was like trying to follow someone with a bad case of ADD and the writing abilities of a 5th grader By page 60, the main characters had a date go terribly wrong, sorry her henceforth undiscovered twin carved up on a CSI show had her dog die of blood poisoning effectively lost her job beat as a reporter lost her house due to the actions of her co worker a weather witc


  3. says:

    A strange phenomena when an author changes style or direction, there s often a violent knee jerk reaction from fans to the shift You constantly see people complaining about an author doing the same old, same old Yet, let a writer give you a fresh premise, a plot totally unlike anything she s done before and readers surprisingly scream, burn the witch I think readers fans often seek long time authors out for


  4. says:

    Very mixed feeling about this For one thing, the author has written than 50 novels and won than 50 writing awards, yet the writing in this is pretty crummy pretty often There are many odd transitions, sudden topic changes and just weird moments that left me really confused For another thing, the author s bio at the end makes a big point about her writing about strong women Yet Del is a complete victim, from


  5. says:

    I ve enjoyed novels by Carole Nelson Douglas in her Midnight Louie series and her Irene Adler series, but her first Delilah Street Paranormal Investigator novel Dancing with Werewolves left me cringing I liked some of the characters and elements of the world building in a short story featuring Delilah Street, in a near future Las Vegas saturated with supernaturals Douglas s idea of CinSims famous movie character


  6. says:

    I m partial to werewolves than vampires, and it was great to find this book While there were a few confusing elements in the story, overall it was entertaining, and I m looking forward to the next book in the series hopefully there will be one.


  7. says:

    A tiny sliver of me would like to give this a 3, because for a few pages, it was a fun read.The rest of me wanted to give it a 1 We compromised at 2.Where to start If I had to sum this book up in one word, it would sloppy Sloppy editing typos like I don t usually see outside my own typing Not the author s fault, of course But as for the sloppy writing again where to start The protagonist Is she a split personality H


  8. says:

    After 65 pages of asking myself What the hell is going on I decided to abandon The storyline was all over the place, it was nonsensical, and didn t interest me at all And what s up with the 70 s cover This was just bad.


  9. says:

    I liked this one a lot though it felt incomplete The mystery of who the dead bodies were wasn t wrapped up though I d guess it will be revisited Lots of action and a smart, snarky heroine.


  10. says:

    Could not finish Poor, scattered writing.


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