Author: Katie Salidas
Series: Little Werewolf (Book 2)
Genre: YA Paranormal
Publisher: Rising Sign Books
Release Date: May 24 2016
Things would be perfect if supernatural disasters would quit creeping up and ruining Giselle’s happy new life. After finally finding the fur-ever home she’s always wanted a witch blows into town promising to reveal the bloody past of Giselle’s birth, and the circumstances that led the little werewolf to end up in the foster care system to begin with.
Hot on the witch’s trail, another pack of wolves is on the hunt for revenge, and will accept nothing less than her death in retribution for the havoc she’s wrought on them.
Caught in the crossfire, Giselle desires only the truth, and if the witch is who she claims to be, the little werewolf must protect her at any cost. If she’s lying, though, Giselle risks her own kind seeing her as a traitor. Neither her new pack nor her hottie witch boyfriend Damien can offer any help.
Giselle is on her own again. And if she makes the wrong decision, she’ll lose the only link she has to her own past.
Curious Little Werewolf is book 2 in the Little Werewolf series. This book is even better than book 1 Pretty Little Werewolf. Giselle is newly adopted and things are settling down. Then a witch shows up and Giselle has a ton of questions. Everyone counsels her to stay away but her curiosity and need for answers pushes her to make hard choices and dangerous decisions. This book hooked me harder than the first book ever did. The author's world building was still incredible and her ability to create such havoc in her characters lives and for me to enjoy every moment of it even as I want to scream angrily is amazing! This book was fantastic, if you enjoy a good suspenseful paranormal this is a book for you!
My rating system is different from Amazon where this is a 4☆. See my rating chart on the right.
Author of the Immortalis, Chronicles, and Little Werewolf Series, Las Vegas native, Katie Salidas is a Jill of all trades. Mother to three, Wife to one, and slave to the craft of writing, she tries to do it all, often causing sleep deprivation and many nights passed out at the computer. Writing is her passion, and she hopes that her passion will bring you hours of entertainment.