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  • Supernatural Curse, Book 1
  • By: Krista Street
  • Narrated by: Rene Kim
  • Length: 7 hrs and 55 mins
  • 4.6 out of 5 stars (12 ratings)

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Wolf of Fire

By: Krista Street
Narrated by: Rene Kim
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When her twin sister goes missing, Tala hires the Shadow Zone’s most notorious dark hunter—a fiery hot werewolf with secrets that rival her own.

Practically Perfect. That’s the name of the magic shop my witch twin and I own in Chicago’s supernatural marketplace. In reality, things are not so perfect.

Tessa's the face of our shop. She draws in the customers to buy our potions, brews, spells, and enchantments. I’m the sensible sister moving boxes in the back. It works, sort of, and we have a pretty good life...until Tessa disappears.

My instincts tell me my sister didn’t leave by choice. But here’s the problem—this isn’t the first time she’s flitted off, forcing me to bail her out of trouble. So the authorities think I’m crying wolf. Again.

I have no choice but to venture to the Black Underbelly—part bar, part brothel, entirely dangerous—to hire the most notorious dark hunter in the Shadow Zone.

The Fire Wolf has flames in his eyes and a body that makes my mind go places it shouldn’t. I shouldn’t want him. I shouldn’t crave him.

Although none of that matters when we discover the reason behind Tessa’s abduction. Overnight I become a pawn in a much larger game that I never wanted to play.

Wolf of Fire is book one in a four-book shifter paranormal romance series with passionate slow-burn steam. Start listening today!

©2022 Krista Street (P)2024 Krista Street

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MC is "not like other girls"

DNF @20% . Premise sounded good. Extremely minor spoilers ahead

The MC is clearly "not like other girls" and complains about how she just cannot keep her temper/sarcasm in check when first meeting the male lead (some big badass dude whom, unlike everyone else, she has somehow never heard of) but desperately needs hishelp from to find her kidnapped sister.

The MC is meant to be seen as some tough girl but she's really just whiny and extremely naive. The MC's twin sister wanders off without telling her a lot (to go on vacation), and this causes the MC to overreact and file police reports each time, insisting that she's been kidnapped.

So when the MC's twin legitimately goes missing this time, the police ask for proof before they proceed to open an investigation. Otherwise, they will only start searching once 48 hours have passed. Fair enough imo. But no, the MC whines and whines about how unreasonable the police are being, but all I really see is an extremely overbearing twin.

(And yes, I know she's legitimately missing this time because the MC's magic says so. The question then is - why didn't she do this each of the other times her sister's gone "missing". This whole situation with the police seems to be entirely the MC's fault, but she is unwilling to accept any fault for this).

I'm sure there's probably a reason why the MC acts like her life is nothing without her twin and why she seems kind of toxicly co-dependent on her, but I found the MC's weepy inability to cope without her sister to be at odds with the snarky/tough and kind of rude person she is when talking to others.

She's also *quirky* - her sister is the pretty one that everyone likes - and she's the other (but secretly super powerful & I get the feeling she's the reason her sister has the reputation for being a powerful which - but didn't get far enough to know for sure)

Overall the premise seems good. However, the details just didn't work for me.

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