Collars and Curses: A Book Review

This story didn’t catch my attention. The writing was fine, but the characters didn’t have a lot of depth.
Not bad for a YA, though it felt like the writing was aimed for middle schoolers versus high schoolers. This was written in the classic background revelation of reveling as you go, which is nice for introducing a new world with a different style werewolf.
I think, that being said, I would have liked a more classic approach, but that is just my opinion.
Merissa is just trying to get through her life, clumsy and with a need to run wild, hating what she is and having no friends. Then Bree shows up.
If you adore YA with werewolves, this could be your cup of tea. I found it a bit boring.


One thought on “Collars and Curses: A Book Review

  1. great post, very informative. I wonder why the other specialists of this sector don’t notice this. You should continue your writing. I am confident, you’ve a huge readers’ base already!


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