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Doctor Wolf (The Collegium Book 4) by [Schwartz, Jenny]
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Howl with the werewolves of London.

Liz Jekyll might be the most wanted werewolf in London—wanted for dating, that is—but she doesn’t take it as a compliment. In fact, it’s a wretched nuisance because Liz has a vital secret to hide. What she needs is a disinterested werewolf who could pretend to be her boyfriend.

Carson Erving would be very interested in Liz if it weren’t for Gentiana Aeternae. The botanist werewolf from Alabama has found the legendary Elixir Gentian, and ruthless people will do anything, kill anyone, to get their hands on a plant that can grant an extra hundred years of life.

As danger explodes around them, two very independent werewolves will have to do the unthinkable and rely on one another. But when Liz’s secret is revealed, who will die?

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For fans of Amanda M Lee "Doctor Wolf" delivers all the delights (and frustrations) of mixing family and supernatural adventures. A fun and intense paranormal romance adventure in the Collegium series - where each book is a stand-alone read.

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  • Format: Kindle Edition
  • File Size: 2455 KB
  • Print Length: 166 pages
  • Simultaneous Device Usage: Unlimited
  • Publisher: Jenny Schwartz (27 April 2016)
  • Sold by: Amazon Australia Services, Inc.
  • Language: English
  • ASIN: B01D7ZET0Q
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  • Average Customer Review: 4.8 out of 5 stars 4 customer reviews
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: #107,090 Paid in Kindle Store (See Top 100 Paid in Kindle Store)

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An absolute pleasure to read. Love the interlinked characters and the intricate plots. Love, laughter, magic, mayhem and 'weres, oh my...
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This story centres on Liz Jekyll, a wolf-were who happens to be Steve’s little sister (Collegium books one and two), and Carson Erving, also a wolf-were, who insists he’s too involved with his own projects to have a love life, but what’s the harm in a little flirting, right? That’s fine by Liz. She doesn’t need another were sniffing around courting her and leaving her uncertain as to whether it’s her or her considerable family connections they desire. Fortunately, Carson’s happy to pretend to be her boyfriend for a little while to put the others off. The only were who doesn’t get her message is Brandon Moffatt, a wolf-were who wants to be the Beo Pack’s (Liz’s family) next Alpha. Divorced with two daughters, there are those who believe he’d be the perfect mate for Liz, but Liz has secrets of her own. Their revelation has devastating affects not only for Liz, but also for Steve, Brandon and the entire were-community.

This was another wonderful story, which kept me guessing the characters’ secrets, only one of which I guessed correctly. The revelation of that character’s true intentions upset me and stayed with me long after the story ended, but that’s what made it such a great read. There are edge-of-the-seat moments in this book with quite a few plot twists, which I enjoyed. I also enjoyed the way characters from other stories in the series such as Steve and Fay Olwen (books one and two) made reappearance and added substance to the current story.

Again, this is a stand-alone, but it’s great to read the progression of the series, know who’s who, and understand their significance in the other stories. And did I mention the sensuality? Definitely worth the read. :)
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By Lily Malone TOP 100 REVIEWER on 9 July 2016
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I've read 3 of the Collegium series, but have somehow got myself out of order. Doctor Wolf is book 4, and I've missed Book 3. I don't think this matters as they are all stand alone.
I really enjoyed Doctor Wolf, as much as Demon Hunter which is one of my favourite Jenny Schwartz books. I liked the tension between Carson and Liz, and I liked the regular intrusion of previous characters from the series, particularly Steve and Fay.
This was fast paced with some lovely scenes - my favourite being Carson and Liz's 'wolf' run through London. I liked how the author introduced modern issues (sexual slavery/human trafficking) into this story, along with the idea of an elixir to help elderly people age with grace and dignity and live longer higher quality lives.
I was a little critical of my previous Collegium read (book 2) for pacing, and for long periods of character thoughts/justifications - there was none of that here - just lots of adventure, humour and fun.
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By Demelza Carlton TOP 50 REVIEWER on 7 May 2016
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"A real alpha protects" - this book portrays the perfect alpha male, which is possibly why I enjoyed it so much. Add it to the prospect of eternal life...and Ms Schwartz had me in love from the beginning.

Werewolves aren't normally my favourite paranormal creatures, so kudos to Ms Schwartz for making me unable to resist this one, werewolves or not. Yet...Liz as doctor and omega is hardly a pushover heroine, even when paired with alpha Carson.

I don't want to spoil this one for you, but if you love the idea of an alpha male, but you want a true hero, combined with a strong heroine, and a plot full of suspense that will keep you reading until the last page, you MUST read this. Five stars.
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Amazon.com: 4.3 out of 5 stars 20 reviews
4.0 out of 5 stars Adventure, Humour and Fun 9 July 2016
By Lily Malone - Published on Amazon.com
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I've read 3 of the Collegium series, but have somehow got myself out of order. Doctor Wolf is book 4, and I've missed Book 3. I don't think this matters as they are all stand alone.
I really enjoyed Doctor Wolf, as much as Demon Hunter which is one of my favourite Jenny Schwartz books. I liked the tension between Carson and Liz, and I liked the regular intrusion of previous characters from the series, particularly Steve and Fay.
This was fast paced with some lovely scenes - my favourite being Carson and Liz's 'wolf' run through London, and the night they go dancing. I liked how the author introduced modern issues (sexual slavery/human trafficking) into this story, along with the idea of an elixir to help elderly people age with grace and dignity and live longer higher quality lives.
I was a little critical of my previous Collegium read (book 2) for pacing, and for long periods of character thoughts/justifications - there was none of that here - just lots of adventure, humour and fun.
3.0 out of 5 stars More depth, but likeable characters 9 June 2016
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The Jeckyll family within the Collegium series have been entertaining from one story to the next. Liz's strength of character, so much like her brother Steves, had its plus moments in the story. Liz and Carson's chemistry was simmering and intense throughout the read. But there wasn't enough time throughout the story to really know/enjoy their pairing. It felt rather rushed between segments. The story as a whole felt rushed. I like both Liz and Carson's characters but wanted more story of/with them to make the story a bit more conceivable for the outcome/finale given.
5.0 out of 5 stars Significantly better than expected from the title/genre. 8 May 2016
By Winged Wolf - Published on Amazon.com
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This was a very pleasant surprise. Very well-written, a nicely detailed plot, and interesting characters. I read this prior to reading any of the previous books in the series, but found it easy to follow. I'll definitely be picking up the other books. Deals with some harsh issues in the world, and does it well. Plenty of urban fantasy non-romance events to liven things up.
4.0 out of 5 stars Great series 2 July 2016
By Cally Walker - Published on Amazon.com
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Only problem is now I've read them all. Fun group of magical beings moving around in our world . Who knew?
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5.0 out of 5 stars Great story. 28 April 2016
By Josey Rodz - Published on Amazon.com
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I enjoy this series, but this book can be read stand alone. I enjoyed it. Heroine is a very strong wolf, I considered her alpha she-wolf material. Hero was actually more weaker than the heroine due to his focus on academics, I considered him nerdy type of character. However, somehow what started as a partnership for purely professional reasons turns into a love story along the way. The H/h worked well together and hero proves his loyalty when he saves the heroine at risk to his own person. The climax was the turning point in their relationship. It is not until the end that they come together and things are resolved nicely. It is a safe read. There are no OW or OM. I highly recommend this read if you are looking for a paranormal shifter story that is very different from the usual but highly entertaining. This one has good suspense and action sequences to it. Has light read feel to it as well.

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