• On Jul 13, 2009, wanda flanagan said:

    Ilove all shifters but werewolves are my favorites because of their emotions no matterwhat they are feeling are so intense

  • On Jun 16, 2009, HistoricalGoddess said:

    My attraction to werewolves is they are seductive in thier power...They have abilities that only this poor human race can imagine! The loyalty but I expect that in all the books I read. The sensual power they can give off and from book standard the heroine always says how good they are in bed. You have to be a very good bedfellow to get my attention on a sex scene. They also dont have the veinglorious attitude we humans have, they are sinfully seductive, hot and whatever other name you put to it so they dont worry over thier looks.

  • On Jun 09, 2009, Tameka said:

    I love shape shifters and I have to agree with you if the shape shifte isn't a major predator then I just can't get with the story. I mean the whole point of being a shape shifter is so that you can protect your mate. I mean a bunny can't save you they can only screw and breed alot. Lol

  • On Jun 05, 2009, Blanche said:

    I've just recently discovered the whole shape shifters genre and I'm loving it!!.....knkmom@

  • On Jun 05, 2009, Tammie King - Night Owl Romance said:

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  • On Jun 05, 2009, Caffey said:

    Hi Angela!

    I remember reading my first werewolf book and I was so fascinated with the shifting part and their ability to be free, to be who they are in any shape, to mingle anywhere. I do love the dark night scenes too! I guess its a bit of everything!

  • On Jun 01, 2009, angelacameron said:

    Ashley, well put. That control theme runs through most all paranormal romance, I've found.

    A moral compass is a biggie. Even Hannibal Lecter had a very clear sense of right and wrong. It was just in a different place from most of ours.

  • On Jun 01, 2009, april3025 said:

    awesome :)

  • On May 31, 2009, ~Ley said:

    There's just something about the fact that they really have to control themselves so much... and then give up that hard won control if they want to fall in love. *sighs* What can I say, romantic at heart!


  • On May 31, 2009, RachieG said:

    Hi Angela!! :D

    rachie2004 AT yahoo . com

  • On May 31, 2009, Anonymous said:

    Wolves have basic traits that are desired by women. When we can find that in a mate and great sex how can we say no!


  • On May 31, 2009, keatonkat said:

    Okay, that plus the magical element of being able to shift. The fierce loyalty is a definite turn-on as well.

  • On May 31, 2009, stacey said:

    there passionate loyale and always protective of there mate.nature loving and free confidend and sexy what more could you want from a man.

  • On May 31, 2009, angelacameron said:

    Everyone--Thank you so much for making me welcome and giving your opinions on this. I really enjoy reading them. It's fascinating to know where everyone's coming from.


  • On May 31, 2009, angelacameron said:

    LuAnn--Love Wolf. It was on cable last week, too.

    Trina--I'd love to hear your thoughts when you do read a WW story. Not all wolves are the same, and some don't do it for me. So, I'm always curious to see what some readers enjoy in their wolves.

  • On May 31, 2009, angelacameron said:

    Wow. I'm really behind. I've been medicaited out of my mind because of a systemic poison ivy reaction. I look like someone splashed me with acid or a bad chemical.

    Anyway...I'm trying to catch up.

  • On May 31, 2009, Tamsyn said:

    I love the paranormal genre, especially shapeshifters and vampires. Werewolves are a natural and is often found in other cultures as well. I find it really interesting to read the stories and see how the heroes/heroines develop, to find the balance between animal instinct and control. Tamsyn.


  • On May 31, 2009, said:

    Angela, I never thought of werewolves as being the "freer" version of human beings. It definitely does make sense thought because they are so instinctual, especially when it comes to protecting their loved ones.

    Good luck with your future novels!

  • On May 31, 2009, Beverly G said:

    Hi Angela I have to say i was new to shape shifters in romance untill this year i have to say i agree with the whole loyalty asspect with werewolves and men and the intence atraction of their mate so ty for coming in and talking with us to day about it

    mortalsinn @ yahoo .com

  • On May 31, 2009, mbreakfield said:

    I love werewolf romances. I think the loyalty is my favorite quality of the werewolf.

  • On May 31, 2009, Beth said:

    I love shape shifters because I love the aspect that the animalistic side can not be controlled and more basic instints would rule

  • On May 31, 2009, Chris J. said:

    I love all paranormal but there is just something about were's! I find myself looking at the hotties people post and decide which kind of shifter would he be! :)

    Great blog!

  • On May 31, 2009, Amy S. said:

    Alpha males!

  • On May 31, 2009, Leanne said:

    Werewolfs relate to the side of us that just want to be careless and free without or morals to get in the way. And maybe to the part of us that wants to be powerful.

  • On May 31, 2009, Trina said:

    Unfortunately, I haven't read a werewolf story yet. They're in my TBR pile! But I think of the werewolf in the movie Underworld. He seemed to have so much emotion. The lead vampire knew his daughter had fallen in love with the werewolf. So he made the werewolf watch while he had his daughter killed by sunlight. You could see the emotion and torment on his face - something you wouldn't think you'd see in a werewolf.

  • On May 30, 2009, darkreader said:

    I love werewolves (shapeshifters)

  • On May 30, 2009, soche said:

    I love werewolf romances. I will have to check out the Blood and Sex series

  • On May 30, 2009, kimmyl said:

    I love vampire romancws too and I'm just now getting into the shapeshifting. I

  • On May 30, 2009, book_lover6983 said:

    I love shapeshifters in romance novels. I love how they're animal natures are protective, sensual, sexual and just seriously hot!

  • On May 30, 2009, lrwirum said:

    I think a lot of the draw is the fact that wolves in real life can be very mysterious and the fact that they are loyal for life. Besides for me I just love wolves period. :-)

  • On May 30, 2009, Roxanne Rhoads said:

    My first love is vampires but shifters (mainly werewolves) come in a close second. I definitely love the animalistic nature and the alpha attitude. It is so hawt.

    RoxanneRhoads at aol dot com

  • On May 30, 2009, LighthouseSandy said:

    For me it's the plain old dominant alpha that I love in a shifter story, doesn't even have to be a wolf. Loyalty and pack is a huge thing for me too. I also like it when an author gives the human part of the shifter some of his/her animal characteristics. Not a lot, just enough to show that animal is still there when he's/she's in human form.

  • On May 30, 2009, amber polo said:

    Hi Angela,


  • On May 30, 2009, JeanP said:

    I like reading about werewolves, because they seem so sexy, but always on edge


  • On May 30, 2009, tigger9 said:

    I love reading shapeshifter romances. And of course werewolves are a big one. I'll definately be checking out your blood and sex series for sure.

  • On May 30, 2009, Jane said:

    Hi Angela,


  • On May 30, 2009, Nancy G said:

    Hey, Angela

    I think werewolves touch the passion in us more than the vampires do. There is just something primal and natural in the animal side of the shape shifters that touches us on some level of awareness. I love your blood and sex series (but then you know that already, don't you) so I'll wait for you know who's book to come out. BTW I have news-go readyour email girl.

  • On May 30, 2009, Anonymous said:

    I love to read about shifters they are my favorites. Shifters always seem very sexual and live on their instincts. I haven't read your blood and sex series but i'll definitely check it out.


  • On May 30, 2009, LuAnn said:

    I used to be more into the vampires until I saw the movie "Wolf" with Jack Nicholson and Michelle Pfeiffer.

  • On May 30, 2009, Patricia B. said:

    I think it the human part of them and their struggle to be in the human world. They fight their wild nature and try to make a somewhat normal life for themselves and those they love. Have just started reading paranormals and am amazed at the wide variety within the genre.

    Good luck with your future books.

  • On May 29, 2009, Carol L. said:

    Hi Angela,