"Great characters, dialogue and plot really make this one a winner"
Go Fetch is a sequel to Pack Challenge. Go Fetch can be
read as a stand alone; however, I feel that I would have
enjoyed it more had I had some of the background provided
in Pack Challenge. That said, Ms. Laurenston has created
a great story and one I am not sorry to have read. I will
have to go back and read the first and will follow with
the third due to the interest she has peaked.
"How much trouble can one small female be to a modern-day
shape shifting Viking?"
Miki is a typical college student with an extremely high
IQ. She likes to hang out with friends, is working
diligently at getting through school without too much
trouble, could be classified as a geek and certainly hangs
out with geeks. She tends to follow the goth type
fashions, has the tongue of a she-devil yet is one kick
ass gal. Now, can the shape shifting Viking keep up with
Conall is one major hunk who Miki can take or leave up
until she gets a taste of what he can do. Conall is
definitely into Miki and has no problem obeying when he is
ordered to protect her.
This story is full of shape shifting hyenas and wolves and
has some violence. The war between the packs continues
and Conall must keep control between the warring packs.
Strength is in numbers and Conall has his hands full when
someone goes after Miki.
But when Miki and Conall are alone, growls take over. The
sizzle between these two set the pages afire. Go Fetch
goes from an urban fantasy to an erotic tale in less than
The characters in this story are great. Zach and Sara
were introduced in book one and are very supportive
characters. The group that Miki runs with at school is so
nerdy and geeky, yet such close friends with Miki that you
immediately want to go to the next rave with them. The
reader can't help but want to become a part of this
Great characters, dialogue and plot really make this one a
winner. Wow! Ms. Laurenston certainly shows off her
talents with this book!
Reviewed by Jan Crow
Posted April 7, 2007