If any Civil War general had been a werewolf, it would be Sherman. Vaughn presents a nice balance of Kitty becoming stronger Second in the Kitty Norville urban fantasy series about a werewolf radio show host in Denver. I have the series in audiobook so I'll work my way through but I hope somewhere along the line Kitty stops being Gumby and finally gets a spine. One of them limps--the one the deer struck, and she flickers her ears at him, smelling. She's also asked by the Vampire Mistress of the City to stay with her, which is a little awkward as Kitty doesn't know or trust her. He sounded kind of stoned, actually.
I've been listening to you for years and you've been talking around these questions that whole time.
From Modern Mythcraft to Magical Surrealism
She stared, parasol clutched in gloved hands, mind tumbling into an honest answer despite her learned poise. That was her challenge: I guess I just like Kitty Thanks for your call, Suze. Oh, and if there are any vampires out there writing a celebrity tell-all book, please let me know. What I'm looking for now isn't stories, but proof.