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ISBN 0751530948 / 9780751530940 / 0-7515-3094-8
Publisher Little, Brown Book Group Limited
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Successful journalist by day, the world's only female werewolf by night, Bitten's Elena Michaels agonizes over ordinary girl stuff like her weight, her career, and her sexy new live-in boyfriend. The last thing she wants to do is return to the pack but, as Kelley Armstrong reveals in her hit horror debut, no matter how desperately Elena tries to leave her animal nature behind, once bitten there's no going back:
I stretch and blink. When I look around, the world has mutated to an array of colors unknown to the human eye, blacks and browns and grays with subtle shadings that my brain still converts to blues and greens and reds. I lift my nose and inhale. With the Change, my already keen senses sharpen even more. I pick up scents of fresh asphalt and rotting tomatoes and window-pot mums and day-old sweat and a million other things, mixing together in an odor so overwhelming I cough and shake my head. As I turn, I catch distorted fragments of my reflection in a dented trash can. My eyes stare back at me. I curl my lips and snarl at myself. White fangs flash in the metal.When alpha male Jeremy recalls Elena from her pseudonormal existence in Toronto to help the pack put down an uprising by solo "mutts," she encounters her charismatic ex, Clay, and the sexual charge gets downright bloodthirsty. Far more than pure horror, Bitten is full of sly humour--on one level, it can be read as an extended PMS metaphor. Armstrong's style is winning this Canadian a serious international cult following; her Women of the Otherworld series continues with Stolen. --Deirdre Hanna [via]