Leader of the Pack has ratings and 82 reviews. carol. said: Tolerable, but doubtful if I’ll ever pick up the other books in the series. This is act. Leader of the Pack (Tales of an Urban Werewolf, book 3) by Karen MacInerney – book cover, description, publication history. Leader of the Pack is the third installment in Karen MacInerney’s “Tales of an Urban Werewolf” series. The first two books released to rave reviews, and this.

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I will be keeping my fingers crossed though! I really feel like she didn’t need to even be in the story because she really didn’t karne much of anything except that time she I really don’t understand authors who write men that hook up with the best friend of their love interests From Amazon Sophie Garou has it all: We found out some major info on Sophie’s current boyfriend, which changes everything and she’s still got a secret crush on her best friend’s boyfriend who’s also a werewolf.

Leader of the Pack by Karen MacInerney

I just didn’t care about this story or about Sophie’s clunky attempts at everything. But I hope a 4th book comes out because there is plenty just left out to be explained. The local Houston pack is threatened, murders are involved and her father Luc is under suspicion.

But he’s also still seeing Lindsay- are real dilemma for our little werewolf. Near the end of the book, Tom speaks of Beate again and says “Since Beate died, I haven’t felt anything for a woman. To ask other readers questions about Leader of the Packplease sign up. I went right back out and bought the second book of the series.

And the I wish I could have given this five stars. He’s mysterious and dangerous, and down right yummy!


Leader of the Pack – Karen MacInerney

They might kill me or stick me in a cage. I’m a fan of MacInerney’s and I’d say, let’s up the ante te a bit.

Fun, funny, crazy, sexy and even sometimes sad, this series was a great read. Sophie is a character whom I found easy to root for, and I am curious as to how she will adjust to being the new Alpha of the Houston pack and what kind of “growing pains” she has to work through and of course, how macinernye work out with Tom ;P. Leader of the Pack! Main female character is slightly ditzy, which is annoying. I grew up in the Northeast, but I currently live in Austin with my husband, two kids, and a houserabbit named Bunny.

This book is definitely a page Turner! Living with the resentment of her father sending her mother away with the half-human, half-werewolf progeny, Sophie resists anything to do with her paternal heritage.

But that is kind of telegraphed by the middle of the book as is the rest of the ending–not helped by the title. Unfortunately not all that much in the way of plot. It sort of reminds me of the progression in Carrie Vaughn’s Kitty Norville series.

Sophie decides she needs to try and save him this fate believing he is innocenthoping not to bury her father days after meeting him. Does she help out the father she’s only just met, or does she keep the peace with the local pack alpha?

Thanks for telling us about the problem. Not as much humor although there is some; the changing rooms were kind of funny. Not spoiling anything that’s all in the blub. It felt like the easy way out was taken, and I did not feel confident that this angle was really tied up. My Wishlist 0 Item You have just added: Never a dull moment!!!


Leader of the Pack

After all, it’s a good book and I hope we will get a fourth book in this series. The conclusion of the story also was far from flawless. Yes, some of the book drags on a little but the ending was great some good twists and turns, some I guessed and other I didn’t. Apparently there is magic in the world now, as Sophie’s mom is a witch, and there are were-animals, as reference is made to a were-cat late in the text.

Sophie Garou has it all: Lindsey is begging Sophie to make her into a werewolf, and Sophie refuses. I would have preferred an ending that solidified the romantic dangling thread of Tom. The characters were terrible, the world poorly designed, and the stories mediocre at best. The confusion and anger cause Sophie’s hackles to rise as werewolves begin popping up and intruding on her human life that she has worked so hard to build.

Macinerny hope this was not the last in the series. Kindle Editionpages. Ok there were a few funny and witty things but not at all enough for my taste. In this third book of the series, the father Sophie has never met turns up, informs her that he has become alpha of the Paris pack and that he expects her to take over the local Texan werewolf pack. So the reader is not withered down immediately with all the leaxer rule weaving that most authors strain to include at the very beginning of a series.

Of course to do this she must attend the Howl, mainly with Tom.