Rachael Velvela, an accountant who just happens to be a werewolf, is summoned by the pack leader, Michael Wyndham, to do him a favor. Michael is also her cousin, and when he sends her to Minnesota to watch over the Vampire Queen, she thinks he has lost his mind. There is absolutely nothing to do in Minnesota and she could think of a million other things besides watching the ditzy Vampire Queen. When Rachael gets to Minnesota, she finds that a rogue werewolf is out killing people and she has to find the serial killer before they start a pack war. With her hands already full, Rachael meets a mysterious stranger that sends her heart racing. The only problem with her new friend is that he is friends with a vampire slayer and he has also been sent to keep an eye on the Vampire Queen. Things are going to get interesting real fast and Rachael isn't sure who she is supposed to trust when there is a serial killer on the loose.
"Wolf at the Door" is a spin-off of the Queen Betsy and Wyndham books which I have enjoyed in the past. This story was very fast-paced and there were laugh-out-loud moments in this book which made it a delight to read. I like Rachael and Edward and I would love to see where MaryJanice goes with these characters. The only downside to this novel was the timeline compared to the Queen Betsy novels. This book is supposed to have taken place after her new one "Undead and Unstable" so there were aspects of the story that I felt weren't explained. Now I'm anxious to read "Undead and Unstable" next year so I can figure out what had happened and have all the pieces come together for me.
The howlingly good spin-off of the Undead series from the New York Times bestselling author.
Rachel, a werewolf/accountant, is asked to keep one eye on Vampire Queen Betsy Taylor and the other peeled for a rogue werewolf who's itching to start a war. But her attention is mostly on a sexy, mysterious stranger she wishes she could trust.