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Becca Redford and the Big Bad Wolfhound - Becca Redford #1 - cover

Becca Redford and the Big Bad Wolfhound - Becca Redford #1

Shawna Romkey

Publisher: Shawna Romkey

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Summary

Detention, homework, werewolf slaying…what's your Monday look like? 
 
All Becca Redford wants is to survive her parents' divorce and get through high school with as few detentions as possible, but her family legacy gets in the way. 
All Ben Hunt wants is to maintain his clean cut, varsity football image, but he has a secret to keep. 
 
They'll need to find a way to be together without Becca and her wolfhound killing Ben, and the werewolf wars bringing about the end of slayers and hunters all together.

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