Curiosity Kills

A WolfLady Paranormal Adventure Novella

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Pub Date 15 Feb 2022 | Archive Date 16 Mar 2022

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Inexperience will get this new werewolf killed!

Sara Flores had saved five lives in the year since she was turned — so she wasn’t worried about rescuing a student hacker hiding from goons.

Boy, was she wrong! Her “make it up as you go” strategy isn’t working against an enemy with $ billions and no qualms whatsoever about killing to make problems disappear. Against all that, she’s one semi-self-trained woman armed only with two guns, a big honking knife and 42 very sharp canine teeth.

Worse -- Sara likes the college kid. His only workout before was typing keys on a computer, but now... he’s trying his best to help. He doesn’t deserve to join her in an unmarked dirt grave in the desert outside of Tulsa.

It’s time to pull on her big-girl pants and show these evildoers just who is the big bad wolf in town. If that means she has to bite off a few heads — so much the better.

Inexperience will get this new werewolf killed!

Sara Flores had saved five lives in the year since she was turned — so she wasn’t worried about rescuing a student hacker hiding from goons.

Boy, was...


Advance Praise

"“Sara Flores is spunky, funny, stubborn & loyal. I want more!” Int’l Review of Books 

“Sara Flores reminds me of Jane Yellowrock” MJ Silversmith"

"“Sara Flores is spunky, funny, stubborn & loyal. I want more!” Int’l Review of Books 

“Sara Flores reminds me of Jane Yellowrock” MJ Silversmith"


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This was really well done and super interesting. Who doesn’t love a paranormal book? I loved the main female character. I think sometimes female characters aren’t portrayed the way they should be due to the narrative writing but Denver did a brilliant job at highlighting this female characters attributes. I really loved this book and would absolutely recommend it to anyone!

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Inexperience will get this new werewolf killed!

Sara Flores had saved five lives in the year since she was turned — so she wasn’t worried about rescuing a student hacker hiding from goons.

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Curiosity Kills is the first novella I have read by Sue Denver. The main character, Sara Flores, is a female previously turned into a werewolf by a member of her Indian tribe. Sara uses her acquired skills and strength to help others. In Curiosity Kills, a college student succeeds in hacking private messages and discovers corporate and political misdeeds, seriously dangerous information for him to have. The book was thoroughly developed, but moved so quickly I finished reading it in one sitting. I look forward to reading more stories by Ms, Denver as she expands the series, and hope she will consider writing a novel.

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Author Sue Denver is new to me, but I do like taking chances if the book sounds appealing. Curiosity Kills had an interesting cover and the blurb definitely was interesting sooo…why not.

Color me surprised! This was actually a really great book. I was a quick read, I had the book read in under an hour, but there’s plenty of backstory and the plot was well fleshed out. It had a well-paced build up and enough character story to make me want to read more. I really enjoyed Sara, claws, snark, and all. Her interactions at the end has me looking forward to her next adventure. My only complaint would be I wish it was a bit longer because yes, I enjoyed it that much. This author is worth the read and I would most certainly recommend her and this book to paranormal fans

Stars: 4
I received this book from Netgalley. I was not compensated for the book other than the entertainment it provided. All thoughts and opinions are my own.

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