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Author:
Gildart Jackson,Heather Killough-Walden
ISBN13:
978-1452655239
ISBN:
1452655235
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Tantor Audio; MP3 - Unabridged CD edition (December 19, 2011)
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Fantasy
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4.8
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The Heat by Heather Killough-Walden (2015-05-01). Heather Killough-Walden is the New York Times and USA Today bestselling author of the Big Bad Wolf series and the October trilogy, as well as the Lost Angels series

The Heat by Heather Killough-Walden (2015-05-01). Heather Killough-Walden is the New York Times and USA Today bestselling author of the Big Bad Wolf series and the October trilogy, as well as the Lost Angels series. A California native, she currently lives in Texas with her husband and child. Visit Heather at killough-walden. Series: Big Bad Wolf (Book 1).

The Heat (The Big Bad Wolf, Book 1) AudioBook Heather Killough-Walden.

The Heat (A Big Bad Wolf romance) by Heather Killough-Walden. Five years ago Tabitha had told Lily that her big brother had been promoted to Sergeant. By Heather Killough-Walden. Thank yo. o my husband, for his unending support. Lily was pretty sure that was the only thing, good or bad, that she’d heard about the man for more than a decade. And now, here he was. Tall, strong and handsome as ever.

Heather Killough-Walden is a California native currently living in Texas . Heather Killough-Walden

Heather Killough-Walden is a California native currently living in Texas with her husband and child. She is the New York Times and USA Today bestselling e-book author of the Big Bad Wolf series and the October trilogy, as well as the Lost Angels series. Heather Killough-Walden. Lily St. Claire is a simple Southern girl who has no idea what she is in for when she decides to move back to her home town in Louisiana after a decade of being away.

Heather Killough-Walden is a California native currently living in Texas with her husband and child. Other notable TV roles include Jackson Palmer on Providence and Simon Prentiss on General Hospital, as well as guest appearances on Stargate: Atlantis, Las Vegas, and CSI.

Heather Killough-Walden’s Big Bad Wolf series has been near the top of my to read pile for some time and after finishing ‘The Heat’ I am asking myself why I left it so long! This book has made me seriously reassess my usual preference for vampires as this author’s werewolves are no. .

Heather Killough-Walden’s Big Bad Wolf series has been near the top of my to read pile for some time and after finishing ‘The Heat’ I am asking myself why I left it so long! This book has made me seriously reassess my usual preference for vampires as this author’s werewolves are not only smart and uber dominant, but have an earthy get down and dirty sex appeal. In ‘The Heat’, 28 year old Lily St Claire returns to her childhood town of Baton Rouge, which she left after high school, to take up a Heather Killough-Walden’s Big Bad Wolf series has been near the top of my to read pile for some time.

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Heather is the New York Times and USA Today Bestselling author of the Big Bad Wolf series, The Kings series, and The October Trilogy. Check out all of Heather's acclaimed novels, including The Lost Angels series, published internationally through Penguin, Headline, Heyne and Fanucci.

Lily St. Claire is a simple Southern girl who has no idea what she is in for when she decides to move back to her home town in Louisiana after a decade of being away. But between the two very different alpha werewolves who instantly begin fighting to claim her as their mate and the serial killer who has her in his sights, she's about to find out.
  • I have a hard time believing that a book was actually published with this many errors.
    From missing words ("She told him that Lily had become a and sometimes worked herself ragged with horribly depressing cases.") to a complete ignorance of homonyms (who doesn't know the difference between brakes and breaks?), had I not been out of books, I would have stopped reading nearly immediately.
    I understand that sometimes quantity is more important than quality, but aside from the numerous grammatical errors there were factual errors, as well. For instance, the heroine decides she needs to go out, so she takes a taxi to pick up her car, then drives to the local mall. Conveniently, when she is missing later, the hero tracks the taxi to the mall to find her. Um...
    The story was mildly entertaining, though I felt the non consent and rape angle was a bit overdone.
    I paid $1 for the book. It may have been worth that much, but just barely.

  • I'm trying to keep myself occupied while I'm waiting for new installments of other series. I can say this one kept me occupied-- but mostly picking out the problems with this novel. The writing is fairly amateurish-- but I hung in there to see where the author was going with the story. And yeah, this book went to places I wasn't expecting...but the delivery is clumsy, at best. Some of the early parts-- I won't spoil them for you-- are just plain stupid, and I get the impression that the author doesn't know much about how police departments and CSI units work-- or relationships, for that matter.

    Since I'm still waiting for my other series to continue, I will follow up this read with the next in the series, but I do hope that author has matured as a writer...and has a better editor!

  • Excellently detailed plot? Check. Well rounded characters with depth and personality? Check. Smokin hot ratcheting scenes designed to make you blush while you read? Check. Got the whole series. No really! The whole thing. Open a bottle of good wine, and a box of excellent chocolate and reward yourself with a weekend of "inspirational reading".

  • Although I have never tried this genre before, I was surprised at how much I enjoyed reading about werewolves. The author is a talented story teller who kept me reading all night long and then the story continued in my dreams! I became emotionally involved with the characters and found myself really hoping things would work out for them. The tale took me away from reality and into a world that was fun and entertaining and sexy. What more can you ask of a good book? And although I would never want what happened to poor Lilly to happen to anyone in real life, it was an exciting and erotic fantasy.

    I believe many women have romanticized about a handsome dangerous man who might throw them over his shoulder and take them away. Thank goodness for our ability to separate fantasy from reality. And kudos to Killough-Walden whose imaginative writing gives us such thrills while we are really safe and sound snuggled up with our e-readers.

  • I picked up the series since each book was only $1. That probably should have been my first hint, but having picked up many excellent Kindle books free or at very low cost, I was hopeful. Don't get me wrong - I'm the type of person who will read the back of cereal boxes, Star magazine and just about anything written. I can flip from King and Koontz to Steinbeck and anything in between; I'm truly not a word snob. This series, however, deserves first place for writers in the "Just Because You Can, Doesn't Mean You Should" awards. I really gave the series an honest chance, even got into book #3, but finally just gave up.

    I thought I had purchased books that were of a fairly good quality in the horror/thriller/fantasy genre. What I received were some smutty romance novels with some really low budget porn thrown in for good measure. The profuse poor spelling and editing were bad enough, but when I came across very graphic sexual verbiage that used nouns as verbs over and over again, I found myself laughing so hard I was distracted from the story itself, thin as it is.

    Every heroine is of the "abuse me, rape me, love me" mold, the male characters (under the guise of being werewolves, of course) are basically the same person with different hair and eye color and clothing, and the plot lines are all variations on the same theme. The only thing positive I can say about each book was that each of them finally ended.