How to Love a Werewolf by Sophie Collins


How to Love a Werewolf by Sophie Collins

Whether he's been your best friend for years or you've suddenly sprung a crazily close bond with the new kid on the block, a werewolf is a girl's best friend. But what if he wants more? Don't let confusing feelings mess up your friendships, or crazy crushes stand in the way of true love. Whether you've got a vampire love to die for, or fancy running with wolves for a change, we show you how to track down your werewolf, get in with his pack and untangle even the trickiest of love triangles. Packed with charts, quizzes, and the savviest advice around, this little guide can sort a supernaturally complicated love life, and help you figure out your feelings once and for all (without leaving him in the doghouse).

About the Author

Sophie Collins is a writer, editor and resident expert on supernatural romance. Author of How to Date a Vampire, she has also written books on diverse other subjects, including canine body language (Tail Talk, 2004) and ice cream (Scoop, 2007). She currently lives, works and acts as an undead agony aunt in Sussex.

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128 pages


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Publication date

6th September 2010



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