Bitten (The Otherworld Series #1) (Paperback)

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Bitten (The Otherworld Series #1) (Paperback)

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THE FIRST NOVEL IN THE #1 NEW YORK TIMES BESTSELLING OTHERWORLD SERIES.

“Frisky...Tells a rather sweet love story, and suggests that being a wolf may be more comfortable for a strong, smart woman than being human.”—The New York Times Book Review

Elena Michaels is the world’s only female werewolf. And she’s tired of it. Tired of a life spent hiding and protecting, a life where her most important job is hunting down rogue werewolves. Tired of a world that not only accepts the worst in her–her temper, her violence—but requires it. Worst of all, she realizes she’s growing content with that life, with being that person.

So she left the Pack and returned to Toronto where she’s trying to live as a human. When the Pack leader calls asking for her help fighting a sudden uprising, she only agrees because she owes him. Once this is over, she’ll be squared with the Pack and free to live life as a human. Which is what she wants. Really.
Kelley Armstrong is the #1 New York Times bestselling author of the Otherworld series, as well as the New York Times bestselling young adult Darkest Powers trilogy, the Darkness Rising trilogy, and the Nadia Stafford series. She lives in rural Ontario, Canada.
Product Details ISBN: 9780452296640
ISBN-10: 0452296641
Publisher: Plume
Publication Date: June 29th, 2010
Pages: 544
Language: English
Series: The Otherworld Series
Praise for Bitten and the Otherworld series

“[This] might be just the welcome diversion you need.”—The Washington Post

“Kelley Armstrong has long been a favorite of mine.”—Charlaine Harris, New York Times bestselling author of the Sookie Stackhouse series

“A witty, suspensful, and well-paced tale...[it] will both thrill and absorb you.”—Houston Chronicle

“It's not easy to find a fresh angle for the werewolf theme, but this debut novel from a Canadian writer proves that solid storytelling and confident craftsmanship can rejuvenate one of the hoariest of all horror cliches.”—Publishers Weekly