Wolf at the Door by J. Damask

Jan Xu is a wife, mother, ex-teacher, daughter and wolf. Her family is all Lang, which is Mandarin Chinese for wolf. It’s not always easy for Jan Xu to be a wolf in a human world. Jan Xu and her baby sister, Marianne, grew up like typical cubs playing, chasing each other, and hunting small game in their backyard. As they grew older, they grew apart and their relationship became almost nonexistent. Now six years have passed, and Marianne returns home with her new boyfriend. Something about Steve causes Jan Xu’s hackles to rise, and she wants to growl whenever she is near him. What secrets from the past and future disturb the Wolf at the Door?

Wolf at the Door is not a book that you want to put down. Jan Xu has many flashbacks to her childhood with Marianne. Jan Xu also has many flashbacks to the times when she and her vigilante friends (a bear, a dragon, and a fox) would try to be the super heroes of the supernatural world. While trying to be a human and a wolf and to decipher all the secrets around her, Jan Xu learns many life lessons.

Book Stats:

  • e-book, digital format
  • Lyrical Press (April 3, 2011)
  • Language: English
  • ISBN-10: B004V51E0K

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Jan Xu is a wife, mother, ex-teacher, daughter and wolf. Her family is all Lang, which is Mandarin Chinese for wolf. It’s not always easy for Jan Xu to be a wolf in a human world. Jan Xu and her baby sister, Marianne, grew up like typical cubs playing, chasing each other, and hunting small …

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