Howl at the Moon was a great addition to the "Others" series. If you have read the other books you will be right on course for this one. When Samantha the werewolf hooks up with a human solder things are bound to fly, and I'm not just talking a little bit of fur. Of course, this is a Christine Warren book and you should expect a whole lot of spice and paranormal goings on.
Samantha's best friends, since the were pups, is a certifiable genius and she has unraveled the werewolf genome. Annie's find is a huge deal as it can help solve many human diseases, but on the other hand it can be used for evil. Once the humans have the code they can use wolves as lab rats and take on their abilities. To keep things under wraps Sam and her friend decide to not tell anyone, but it might be too late. Some is following Annie and I don't think it's the candy man.
Noah Barker, the brother of the heroine in book three (The Demon You Know) is a human solder and has been sent on a mission. Find out what the scientist Annie is up to and use Sam as a means. When more than just spying starts going on thing get hot for Noah and Sam. Sam falls in love with Noah, but what are his feelings for her? When she finds out about his deception can she forgive him or will she tear him apart?
Howl at the Moon is the fourth book in the Others series and should be read in order as it has many references and includes a whole cast of characters from the other books. If you have already started the others series you should pick this book up as it continues the series admirably and has just as much spice and paranormal flare as the others. Christine Warren weaves a paranormal world of werewolves, shifters, witches, humans, demons and a whole lots more with a unique hand for combining all the paranormal classes.
I read the first mass market "Others" book, Wolf at the Door, and I've been hooked on Christine since then. After reading the first book I found out that she had quite a few shorter stories, set in the same world, published by erotica publisher Ellora's Cave. If you don't mind your stories having a whole lot of heat I suggest that you pick those up, as they will fill you in on a lot of the characters and their pasts.
Noah Baker never wanted to betray The Others. But if his military commanders want him to covertly investigate a Lupine scientist-whose extraordinary research on sensory perception in werewolves could be used to develop werewolf-sharp senses in human soldiers-Noah must oblige. Even if it means deceiving the woman he desires the most.
Samantha Carstairs is the personal assistant to the Alpha of the Silverback Clan, and as best friend to the Lupine community's most brilliant scientist, she is privy to its most dangerous secret. Noah knows that Sam will never leak the scientific research.so he must find another way to get it, while keeping Sam close. But someone else is after Sam's secret. Who is the other spy infiltrating The Others? If their genetic secrets get into the wrong hands, all hell could break loose. Now Noah's true loyalty is put to the test as he fights to protect The Others-and his beloved Sam-and find the imposter.before it's too late.