Review: Connor, by Miranda Stork

Looking for a Werewolf novel with a twist ?
Review: Connor -Book #1 Erin Miller Series - Miranda Stork- May 2012 (republished).
Isn't it funny that once you know someone with a particular name , when you see that name it makes you either smile or cringe , it casts a reaction. For me , I smiled when I saw the name Connor as that is my nephew's name. 
Connor by Miranda Stork held two things that I really enjoy , the first obviously werewolves though I am a Vampire girl if it came down to the crunch and Psychiatry , more specifically Mental Illnesses which I love reading and discovering about - this could be due to my Dad working in this field.
In Connor, we meet Dr. Erin Miller -a professor who specialises in Mental Illnesses and more specifically Schizophrenia. When an old colleague who owns his own private practice arrives asking for her help , Erin has second thoughts but when she discovers that he believes he is in fact a werewolf that has lived for over 2000 years and asking specifically for her , she is intrigued.  Erin decides to meet Connor and reads his file, soon she is drawn into his world and to her surprise discovers that Werewolves are in fact - well REAL. Erin herself though since connecting to Connor , has been having nightmares -ones that feel almost like memories but she can't have experienced what she's dreaming or has she ? We discover that Erin cannot remember much that happened prior to becoming in her early 20's in the Human world and soon we are drawn into a world of werewolves and memories and where Erin may not be exactly human ?
A fast paced novel that keeps readers entertained and has not only Werewolf storylines but also pyschiatry sprinkled throughout.


  1. Thank you so much for the review, I'm ecstatic that you liked it! As the first review for it, I had butterflies in my stomach when I opened the email :)


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