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She may seem all giggly and cute but she is fierce and sexy in her own way and isn't going to let Jarett forget it! Jo Raven delivers a suspenseful and sexy read that keeps your heart pounding and melting with every page.

You just never know what you are going to experience in the next chapter with these amazingly vivid characters, they could be tangled in the sheets, trying to run away from their feelings, or seconds away from danger.

I highly recommend Bad Wolf for a romance that offers the steam and the excitement. Jo Raven stories never cease to amaze me and draw me into a new world that I never want to leave and that I want to return to again and again.

I don't know how many times I have started, deleted and then started again to write this review. I haven't read a good Jo Raven book since Ink Babies.

In some ways Bad Wolf reminded me of bits of different previous characters. Though I honestly don't know if I truly liked this book or just read it because it was Jo Raven.

This is probably going to be one of my worst written reviews of the year. I liked Jarett's character, with I don't know how many times I have started, deleted and then started again to write this review.

I just don't know if I liked her or not. To be honest when I first started reading, I wondered where the hell this story was going.

There was definitely a slow burn which I kind of enjoyed. But still something was missing for me personally. I can't put my finger on it and hate that I can't figure out what is it.

Awe Rett I just love Jo Ravens tortured heroes and Jarett oh dear, I just wanted to hug him at times and make it all better. Jarett or Rett has been so unfortunate in life, first he loses his parents, goes into foster care then when he finally has a home he loses his foster dad too who was a police officer and got caught up in a shootout.

The guy has one misfortune after another. Gigi is the sister of Octavia, so if you have read previous books in this series you would have caught glimpses of Awe Rett Gigi is the sister of Octavia, so if you have read previous books in this series you would have caught glimpses of her.

Jarett is her boy next door, the guy who protects her from the bullies just by being in her presence, the guy who is like a puzzle she wants to solve, until she has to move away and doesn't see Jarett again until 2 years later.

Bad wolf is story of a destined reunion, a hero who is rescued by the heroin with a plot containing gang members, pressures, making the right decisions, being able to see the light after years of darkness and hardship, family values and a Cinderella story, only the Cinderella in this story is Rett.

A steady paced read with a good balance of angst and hotness in all the right places. Told in first persons dual pov and leads to a hea.

Looking forward to Gigi's brothers story next, Merc is a good guy, a loving brother so I'm interested to see we're Jo will go with him.

I was also left with unanswered questions re Sydney and her hunt for a missing friend? I didn't really get that part in the plot but hoping it will be revealed at some point.

This story had what I felt initially was a brief, slow build and I wasnt sure where it was going. Ummm I quickly overcame any misgivings.

Rett and Gigi are awesome. They felt real and behaved and thought like young people. Not immature but youthful and often naive, only looking at something from their own point of view.

This of course produces all kinds of emotions, bringing on the nostalgia. Rett is definitely one of her tortured young men that she writes so well sigh.

You will definitely route for him even when you see his poor choices. Gigi is a character we have met in previous stories. In this book we really get to see how she has matured and her heart of gold.

Yes there were several times I wanted to shake both Rett and Gigi. They gave this reader way too much anxiety and fearfulness of something bad happening.

Oh if you are looking for some hot and steamy interactions, well this author will never disappoint wink wink. The beautiful message of family was such an underlying element throughout this story.

Ugh it will tug at the heartstrings. Love reading after the story some of the detailed thoughts that went into the outline and writing of this story.

A definite must read. Happy Reading Everyone!!! This one was a bit of a slow build for me ijn the beginning but I quickly became hooked on the story.

I really loved Jarett and Gigi. He's the dangerous bad boy and she's the girl next door. I really enjoyed the darker story and it was full of angst so there was never a dull moment.

This book was given to me at my request and I provided this review voluntarily. Very sexy and so fun to read.

Bad Wolf is not the first book I've read from this author. I've loved all of the previous books I've read from her, so I expected this book to blow me away.

I was more frustrated than anything with this story. Jarett was too good a brother and son. He definitely deserved more than what he was given from his so called family.

I understood his "mom's" situation but I hated his brother Sebastian and really wished he was killed off.

From the very beginning of the story I wanted Jarett to give up on Bad Wolf is not the first book I've read from this author.

From the very beginning of the story I wanted Jarett to give up on his brother and not care. I disliked Sebastian that much and I didn't care about his "problem" Gigi was too clueless for her own good.

I didn't hate her character but I didn't love her either. I didn't care for her best friend Syndey either. However, I loved her brother Mercury, her mom and her sister.

This story was slower than I expected but it also had so much going on at the same time. This was not at all what I expected and although it wasn't a completely terrible read this was most definitely not my favorite read from this author.

However, I would still be reading more books from this author in the future because I enjoyed her other books just that much.

This one just wasn't the right one for me. This is a good story. Jarett and Gigi are the bad boy and good girl couple that anyone can fall in love with.

This book has wonderful characters and a great storyline. I will say that sometimes it was slow but not overly slow. We got to see some past characters and enjoyed new ones.

Good book overall. I voluntarily read an advance reader copy for my honest review. When Jo Raven says tortured guy, she means business Real tough business I have a big problem with Jo Raven's books and characters.

I read my first book Asher and fell in love, then read another book and fell in love too. Then read the next book and fell in love again My sweet boys and strong girls rip my heart to shreds and this week Jarett 5 stars, my heart feels as tortured as a Jo Raven guy Jeez, first things first Jarett and Gigi just waltzed all over the pieces and mashed them to a pulp of emotions.

Jaretts story stole my breath. Imagine to live in that funk of guilt and fear and loss twisted my tears out of me.

I wanted to wrap him into my arms and show him, there is bright light in this world. But Gigi did that for me already. She has my heart too.

I was kind of not a Gigi fan when I read Caveman but now I just love her. Another couple of Jo Raven's stories that get a place on my top shelf.

Thank you for this gorgeous story. I love them all. Jarett is a very complex character. It seems like the more the book goes on the more you want to know about how he thinks.

Why he does what he does. You can tell shes always in Jaretts mind even when he tries to rote the her and keep here away from all the danger.

Loved this book and cant wait for Merc I have a feeling hes going to be my favorite character! I'm voluntarily leaving a review for a copy of the book.

I am a huge Jo Raven fan. I have loved all her books so far and I really enjoyed this one too. Jo has a talent for causing emotional torture to her characters and Jarret certainly had the tortured bit down.

Let's just say I needed tissues. Another fantastic book by Jo. Cerise's Picnic Panic. He attends the Spring Fairest. Spring Unsprung. Badwolf watches the sporting events at the bleachers.

Badwolf is seen dancing to Melody Piper 's music to the country music beat. Piping Hot Beats. Badwolf teaches General Villainy and gives Raven an F grade.

He overhears Mira 's conversation with Raven, who suggests cheating and cursing him to give her top grades all year-round. Instead of telling her off, he supports Mira's behavior.

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Latin America. Southeast Asia Latin America. K Space World Heritage Channel. I really wish Goodreads would allow half star votes because I think this would be a solid 3.

There were a lot of I received this book in my BookCase. There were a lot of characters in this book who seemed to have no connection with each other for quite awhile.

It was very difficult to keep up with each story line - especially since I would go long periods between readings. The plots did eventually merge and made complete sense when they did.

The ending wasn't a huge surprise, however, since there were many hints along the way. I do feel that the book could have ended about pages sooner than it did.

I didn't realize until I finished the book that this is the sixth book in a series. The original was written in German, and only two books of the series have been translated to English - the other being Snow White Must Die.

It does kind of annoy me that the cover and front pages of the book did not mention that it is part of a series. I would prefer to start at 1, but since only 4 and 6 have been translated, I suppose that is a moot point.

View 2 comments. Publishers do both the author and their readers a disservice when they opt to translate series out of order. Snow White Must Die was the first book authored by Nele Neuhaus to be released in English with this, Big Bad Wolf, the second, but in the original German the titles are the 4th and 6th respectively and I'm irritated by the resultant gaps.

While it is true that the cases the team investigates are resolved within the framework of a single novel, the characters personal stories are ongoing Publishers do both the author and their readers a disservice when they opt to translate series out of order.

While it is true that the cases the team investigates are resolved within the framework of a single novel, the characters personal stories are ongoing and the missing details do have an effect on my enjoyment of, and my attachment to, the series.

With that rant out of my system As is Nuehaus's habit, she begins Big Bad Wolf by introducing several seemingly unrelated characters and incidents, which slowly merge as the story unfolds.

These include the discovery of a dead girl whose autopsy reveals signs of extensive and sustained abuse, an unscrupulous television host on the trail of a big story, a convicted pedophile on parole, a bikie gang leader, a woman worried about the changes in the behaviour of both her husband and daughter, and a vindictive Internal Affairs officer.

As Chief Detective Inspector Pia Kirchoff and her partner, Detective Oliver von Bodenstein, investigate they begin to piece together the details of a horrific conspiracy which threatens to overwhelm them both.

With the large cast and multiple story threads, Big Bad Wolf can initially feel a little overcrowded and disjointed, but patience is eventually rewarded if you persevere.

The story slowed for me around the middle, chiefly because I made the main connections very early and as such felt as if I was waiting for Pia and her team to catch up, but the shifts in character perspective ensures the pace rarely lags.

The conclusion is tense and dramatic, but not as neat as may be expected. Though rarely explicit, I found I had to put the book down at times and take a deep breath, finding some elements of the story emotionally distressing.

Though the framework of this novel is fiction, it explores the horrifying reality of sexual violence against children and the extent of the network that trades in it.

Overall, I thought Big Bad Wolf to be an absorbing and satisfying police procedural, though the premise is challenging and may be difficult for some readers.

The translation is skilful, I only wish I had the opportunity to read the fifth novel to eliminate the gaps in the development of Pia and Oliver's character.

Im not saying that I cant analyse a novel like this one you can analyse every text , I just think at times some light reading is needed.

Big Bad Wolf tells the story of a crime that happened on the river Main near Frankfurt. Investigators Pia Kirchhoff and Oliver von Bodenstein are back to investigate the crime, as the case progresses they find it taking them into a pit of evil and cruelty in the midst of a middle class utopia.

I am trying to make an effort to read more translated fiction; I loved Snow White Must Die which is book four in the series but only the first one to be translated into English.

That is what fascinated me but Big Bad Wolf is just another crime novel. There are some decent moments in Big Bad Wolf, some unexpected twists but I wanted more.

The novel is darker than most popular crime novels but keeps to the standard formula. One thing I did find difficult about this novel was the amount of view points, making it difficult at times to understand what was going on but this is an acceptable method for building suspense.

Nov 03, Paromjit rated it it was amazing Shelves: crime-fiction. This is a novel that uncovers the ugly and depraved practices of child abuse and paedophilia amongst the well heeled and politically powerful.

It is organised as an international business on an industrial scale. The story takes a little time to really take off, but that is because several pieces of the plot are laid out to follow throughout the novel.

The recurring characters of Pia and Oliver, from Snow White Must Die, are investigating the murder of a young horrifically abused young girl dumped This is a novel that uncovers the ugly and depraved practices of child abuse and paedophilia amongst the well heeled and politically powerful.

The recurring characters of Pia and Oliver, from Snow White Must Die, are investigating the murder of a young horrifically abused young girl dumped in the river.

More bodies and torture follow as a group of very powerful men endeavour to stay undetected and continue their evil practices. For Pia, events turn extremely personal near the end.

A well researched and intricately plotted story about the evil that exists in society and how deeply entrenched it is.

This is the second book, I have read by the author and I can thoroughly recommend it. This is a book I was supposed to receive as an ARC by a crime reading club but somehow got lost in the mail, which annoyed me an awefull lot.

So when I found an English copy in the American bookstore in Amsterdam in bargain bin I hesitated not at all. This German female writer has begun as a self-published writer and she gradually build up popularity and being published due to her skillful writing.

In the Dutch language she had 3 books translated and this one in English book 6 is book 6 with This is a book I was supposed to receive as an ARC by a crime reading club but somehow got lost in the mail, which annoyed me an awefull lot.

In the Dutch language she had 3 books translated and this one in English book 6 is book 6 with one other been published which is NR.

This kinda reeks of a Jo Nesbo scenario where the books have been published in English out of order. Anyhow the two lead characters being police officers get involved in the murder of a young girl whose body gets found in the river.

And like a similar case 10 years earlier there a no clues at all to continue a case on. However at the same time some big shot TV personality takes on a certain subject for her real life talk show and finds herself and some other people involved in serious trouble and rather sadist bodily harm.

It is then we find out that the two cases seem to fit together and the cops find out a lot more than they actually counted on. Which is a compliment as it is brilliant television.

The book kept me hooked easily and all the personal development was done in such a way that any first time reader could easily follow the story lines.

The subject as dark as it is was written about in a sharp and interesting way. A really well written book that kept me interested until the end.

I most certainly will read more of this writer, I have one other book of this writer lying around waiting to be read.

Well worth your time. The mailman who lost my ARC did at the very least get a very decent read out of it.

And while I prefer my books reaching me it is somewhat nice to know that the occasional book gets nicked. I haven't read any books of Nele before, and I had no expectations.

So it wasn't a disappointment. I liked the main characters and some of scenes, especially with the kids. I disliked the extensive description of the gruesome crimes and I think the book could have been or so shorter.

This all adds up to three stars for this and in my book. I'll try to keep this short and sweet. The author points at suspicious character way too obviously and takes lazy storytelling choices.

The narrative is convoluted and contains too many useless characters who have for sole purpose to wrench emotion out of the reader.

The many strands of the story come together very clumsily. I'm not comfortable being overly critical of I'll try to keep this short and sweet. I'm not comfortable being overly critical of a novel, but I'm not comfortable telling you some of you might enjoy this either.

There are better police procedurals. There are better mysteries. There are better novels. Skip this one. Dec 01, Carol rated it really liked it.

The dress was a real dirndl, with a short skirt and apron. Papa had plaited her hair into two braids, and she really looked exactly like Little Red Riding Hood in her fairy-tale book.

He always brought presentsit was a secret that she and Papa shared, because he never brought anything for the others.

Only for her. She was his favorite. The door opened, and she uttered a frightened cry when she saw the wolf.

But then she had to laugh. It wasn't a real wolf after all; it was only Papa, who had put on a costume. How lovely it was that she was the only one to share this secret with Papa.

Too bad she could never remember anything afterward. On a hot June day, the body of a sixteen-year-old girl washes up on a riverbank outside of Frankfurt.

She has been brutally murdered and shows signs of long-term abuse, but no one comes forward with any information as to her identity.

Even weeks later, the local police have not been able to find out who she is. Then a new case comes in: A popular television host is attacked, raped, and locked in the trunk of her own car.

She survives, barely, and is able to supply only vague hints to the police, having to do with her recent investigations into an organization whose members are from the highest echelons of society, and the potential uncovering of a shocking history they'd prefer to keep from the public eye.

As the two cases collide, Inspectors Pia Kirchhoff and Oliver von Bodenstein dig deep into the past and underneath the veneer of bourgeois society to come up against a terrible secret that is about to impact their personal lives as well.

It is almost too late for a person very close to Pia before she and Oliver finally track down the big bad wolf. My Thoughts: A word of warning: This book deals with one of the most disgusting of crimes, child molestation, and how frequently it occurs.

The book has a slow beginning but it's not too far into it that it really picks up speed and you find that you just can't put it down.

It begins with the discovery of a girl's body on a river bank in Frankfurt and evolves from there into a masterfully told tale of crime and evil.

Much of the first few chapters was devoted to setting up the situation Be prepared for false clues and betrayals, along with genuine leads. The novel leads to a satisfactory but not necessarily believable conclusion I think the author's main purpose of this novel was to show how child abuse can affect everyone Jan 10, Cathy Cole rated it really liked it.

I can see why this series is so popular in Germany. Kirchhoff and von Bodenstein are two interesting and layered characters that I enjoy learning more about.

Neuhaus knows how to craft a very complex plot with many subplots that slowly combine for a satisfying conclusion, and the translation by Steven T.

Murray is excellent. However, Minotaur Books is doing something that drives me crazy: they are publishing the books in this series out of order.

English-speaking readers first became acquainted I can see why this series is so popular in Germany.

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