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Review - My Pet Werewolf by James Kaine

Synopsis -

Brady Bennett can’t shake his guilt. Blaming himself for his dad’s fatal hunting accident seven years prior, the eighteen-year-old doesn’t trust his cruel stepdad and worries for his twin sister. But his suffering takes a strange twist after fleeing into the woods from a nasty school bully, only to see his attacker get ripped to pieces by a savage beast.

Fearing no one will believe his wild story or that they’ll blame him for the boy’s death, Brady sets out to capture the murderous creature and use it for his own ends. And when the monster transforms back into a man desperate to stop the carnage, the teen promises to free him in exchange for one final gory deed.

Will Brady’s plot to take out his enemies spill the blood of innocents?

My Pet Werewolf is a disturbing horror novel. If you like resourceful but flawed heroes, dark themes, and good intentions gone bad, then you’ll be gripped by James Kaine’s merciless tale.

Review -

The title of this book suggests that you are in for a fun ride, and while it certainly is one that you are going to enjoy, this is a tale that gets a good deal darker as the story progresses.

James Kaine crafts a unique werewolf story that has countless twists and turns along the way and an ending that makes me believe we might not yet be done with this world.

I really enjoyed this book, and while there was one small detail that nagged at me, which I can't talk about for fear of spoilers, it was absolutely not enough for me not to give My Pet Werewolf a high rating.

You can preorder your copy HERE.

5 stars out of 5

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