KNOWS WHERE THE WILD THINGS ARE."Manhattan veterinarian Abra Barrow has more sense about animals than she has about men. So when her adored journalist husband returns from a research trip to Romania and starts pacing their apartment like a caged wolf, Abra agrees to move with him to a rural mansion upstate in order to save her marriage.
But while there are perks to her new life, particularly in the bedroom,
Abra soon discovers that nothing in the bucolic town of Northside is
what it seems. The local tavern serves a dangerous, predatory
underworld. Her husband has developed feral new appetites and a roving eye, and his lack of humanity isn't entirely emotional. As the moon waxes full, Abra must choose between trusting the man she married, taking a chance on a seductive stranger, or following her own animal instincts. " The blurb on the back of the book grabbed my attention right away. Unfortunately, the book did not provide the story I expected. I took an instant dislike to the main character who needed to grow a backbone and her husband was even worse. The story just never grabbed my attention and I felt I had to work too hard to enjoy it. You shouldn't have to work to like a book, it should just happen. There was not an easy flow to the story. Very disappointed in it.