Hemlock by Kathleen Peacock is yet another supernatural novel consisting of werewolves and their influence on every day life. It is a decent story and it does have certain points that make it stand out from the rest of the werewolf cliches but that doesn’t change the fact that it is a love story about a werewolf and how it has to stay hidden from society. This is a good book, if you like that sort of thing. It definitely has a lot of weak points though. I didn’t find myself wanting to read it for hours on end, but this could just be because it isn’t my type of novel.
Basically, this story is a murder mystery about a large group of killings in a town called Hemlock. It just so happens that one of the people killed was the governor’s granddaughter. Then they bring in the largest group of werewolf hunters they can find, and of course everything just snowballs from there until they have one massive conflict and a relationship between a girl and a werewolf.
Again, if you like reading this kind of story, then this is the book for you. If you really aren’t into it, maybe try it and then move on to the next one.