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This is a series I would have passed up except that Carrie Vaughn came to the store for a signing, and it's always better if we have at least tried to read the book. The whole series just caught me from the first. Kitty does what a good fictional character should do-grow and get stronger as the books proceed. Kitty finds being a werewolf challenging enough, but starts to cope with the situation when she begins a call-in radio show for werewolfs, vampires and other outlandish creatures. On NPR of course. Kitty has taken four books to come out of the closet as a werewolf and develope the strength to stand on her own and even more, begin to reach out to others in need. In the first book she gets herself out of the abusive werewolf pack. In this last book, she saves the rest of the pack from the abusvie alpha's. Kitty also manages to start giving back to her mother and family in their time of need. And she comes to understand her lover and what she can give to him as well as the strength he gives her. This is most certainly not a romance, but a book that shows how strong people (or werewolves) develope.