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The Craving (The Pack, #2) Manhattan Thrives On Desire The Longing For A Better Apartment A Higher Paying Job Fame Simon Burns Ought To Know, Since He Nearly Lost It All His Job, His Family, His Home But Now Things Are Turning Around, Thanks To The Pack Just When He Thought He Hit Rock Bottom, Simon Found A Group Of Friends, Daytime Dads Like Himself But There Was Something Off About Michael, Charlie, And Ramon, And Simon Found Himself Slowly Changing Into The Kind Of Man He Gave Up Trying To Be A Long Time Ago And Rediscovering The Most Primal Of Hungers There Were Nights He Made Constant Love To His Wife, Nights He Roamed The City Streets, Nights He Doesn T Even Remember And It S One Of Those Black Outs That S Going To Come Back To Haunt Him For Simon Isn T The Man He Once Was In Fact, He S Not Really A Man At All Any He S A Member Of The Pack And Once You Re In, It S Impossible To Get Out

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10 thoughts on “The Craving (The Pack, #2)

  1. says:

    I read the first book and enjoyed it, so I thought I d give this one a try despite some negative reviews I would advise you not to waste your time I can recap exactly what happens spoilers follow Simon worries he will wolf out and hurt someone he loves

  2. says:

    Starr once again makes werewolves seem plausible Hiding in plain sight, the werewolves of Starr s New York are far from the blood thirsty hounds of vampiric lycan mash ups of other novels Their craving and blood lust held in check by coping mechanisms passed d

  3. says:

    Simon has grown accustomed to being a raving werewolf but that is not gaining any favor with his wife Alison While he tries to prove that he loves her, and is simply having a medical condition, she is apprehensive about believing him especially since he is not as int

  4. says:

    This book seemed to find Simon fighting a fight on 2 fronts First at home and then again with Michael and the pack So much of the book was about Simon and his marital problems It was easy to see why, he was hiding so much from Allyson With this book I didn t care for Allyso

  5. says:

    I have to say that this is probably a muchrealistic and practical description of what a werewolf would really be like if they did exist From that stand point I like the story even if it s a bit gruesome in some spots However, I just haven t been able to get into the unfolding of t

  6. says:

    The first book is called The Pack by Jason Starr Anyways, I am usually weary about series for you know how the first book in the series is just incredible and then you read the next book and it is just a belly flop, not with The Pack series The Craving kept my interest until the end and

  7. says:

    Seeing how there are only 207 reviews for this book I don t think it s getting the attention that it deserves This author needs to continue this series because I am absolutely in love with it I can honestly say that this is the best werewolf series I have ever read These characters will stay wi

  8. says:

    For me, sometimes the 2nd book of a trilogy seems to lag This one I hear it s a trilogy has that problem, just a little bit Not the lag so much, but that it s just a stop gap for the last book Having said that I enjoyed the hell out of it It reads just as fast as the 1st one It s a serious read for th

  9. says:

    Oh thank god I made it through this book The writing just continues to pull me out of the story and I definitely feel like the two books could ve been condensed into one The only characters I cared about were Geri and Alison and if I m...

  10. says:

    This is the last book i will read of 2012 It s entirely unlike me to read a werewolf book It s an interesting story especially in the first half of the book Then it becomes fairly predictable although fast paced Perhaps this is book was written for a teen...

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