In the opening of the story, Andrea is looking in the forest for clues to the wild creature, and unfortunatley steps in a trap and finds herself hanging upside down from a tree. A young journalist, Reed Coleman comes along and finds her. He has no way to get her down so he calls his boss to come to her aid. To make matters worse his boss is Sean Hunter, the editor of the local paper, the Woodbine Dispatch and is a guy she had a crush on all through college. He however, had not thought of her in that light, and in fact had treated her cruelly, which she would never forget. Now she is in his town searching for a werewolf. With the strong sexual tension between these two, will they solve their differences for the love they both crave? Will Andrea find her werewolf?
CRY WOLF is a gripping werewolf tale. The author deftly weaves a unique story line that leaves the reader satisfied. I have never read a novel, that had me laughing out loud, within the first few pages, but that is exactly what happened. Angela Campbell's humor kept me enthralled from the first page. The plot is intriguing and moves along at a rapid pace. The story is so compelling I found it hard to put the book down. The characters are strong, believable and the romance between the two protagonists is fullfilling and nicely done. This is the first novel I have read by this author and it certainly won't be the last. CRY WOLF is a most enjoyable read and I recommend it highly.