Jetzt kostenlos testen

Danach 9,95 € pro Monat. Jederzeit kündbar.

ODER
Im Warenkorb

Inhaltsangabe

Riley Dawson is a psychotherapist with a lycanthropic affliction. She’s a werecoyote, to be precise.

A foundling adopted by wealthy parents, Riley led a privileged life until she fell in love with Fiona Bell, an evangelical preacher’s daughter. Raging hormones, the full moon, and the pull of Fiona Bell on her teenage heartstrings triggered her first transformation. Unfortunately, her parents witnessed the change and sent her off to college with a trust fund and an agreement never to return home.

Twenty years later, Riley shares a lucrative therapy practice with Dr. Margaret Spencer. Margaret, her wife, and her gay brother-in-law are the only ones who know Riley’s secret. Afraid of risking exposure, Riley restricts her love life to online hookups. But when a family is referred for treatment and Fiona Bell comes back into her life, all the rules of the client-therapist relationship are tested and Riley’s world is turned upside down.

©2020 Karen F. Williams (P)2020 Bold Strokes Books Inc

Das könnte Ihnen auch gefallen

Weitere Titel des Autors

Weitere Titel des Sprechers

Das sagen andere Hörer zu Coyote Blues

Bewertung
Gesamt
  • 3.5 out of 5 stars
  • 5 Sterne
    2
  • 4 Sterne
    0
  • 3 Sterne
    0
  • 2 Sterne
    0
  • 1 Stern
    1
Sprecher
  • 4.5 out of 5 stars
  • 5 Sterne
    2
  • 4 Sterne
    0
  • 3 Sterne
    1
  • 2 Sterne
    0
  • 1 Stern
    0
Geschichte
  • 3.5 out of 5 stars
  • 5 Sterne
    2
  • 4 Sterne
    0
  • 3 Sterne
    0
  • 2 Sterne
    0
  • 1 Stern
    1

Rezensionen - mit Klick auf einen der beiden Reiter können Sie die Quelle der Rezensionen bestimmen.

Sortieren nach:
Filtern:
  • Gesamt
    1 out of 5 stars
  • Sprecher
    3 out of 5 stars
  • Geschichte
    1 out of 5 stars

worst psychlogical advice

For a book that goes so far into psychlogical theory it's advice is the worst I've ever heard. After they know that Jim is a murdering psycho who is a constantly endangering his wife and kid they talk about how they shouldn't do anything because it could make him angry instead of realising that if they wait to long there won't be anyone left to free, they sound exactly the same as the beaten wife, but she has an excuse to give up they do not. Why they don't start planing how to free the victims the moment they realise how dangerous and unstable Jim is I don't understand, they have the means to free them and even hide them from him, they're friends with at least one policeman, they have money and are much more integrated into the community than Jim. I just don't get why they can't find a way to help the victims, I can see so many possibilities and it's clear that a therapy won't ever help if they stay with Jim. As long as the mother doesn't want to go back to Jim it would be easy, they could even move them around, put them in a safe house they got with their own money, then spy on Jim as coyote and find as much proof for illegal stuff to put him into jail. And this was my first thought, why the hell didn't the protagonist just bring a camera and microphone to the house to get proof against the guy, it seemed to be very easy to sneak there and observe them.