The Abused Werewolf Rescue Group by Catherine Jinks
Found in a dingo pen at the wildlife park, Toby wakes up in a hospital with no memory of what happened. Nothing seems to be physically wrong with Toby, and the doctors have no explanation for the episode or than possible epilepsy. When a strange note left on Toby’s hospital bed says that a priest claims to know about Toby’s affliction, his mother thinks the priest is crazy. But when a young man named Reuben claims to have the same condition, Toby’s denial slowly turns around when meeting a group of Reuben’s odd friends. And when Toby is kidnapped by violent men, he realizes the truth too late – that he’s a werewolf.
Toby and his friends are rebellious teens with a penchant for home-made explosives and mischief. But when Toby is kidnapped and thrown in a cell, he gets serious and uses his cleverness to try to escape. Suddenly his life is changed, and with it, his priorities. My only complaint is that we never experience any werewolf actually transforming. There is no “wolfing out” in this story. It’s only referred to. But after Toby is kidnapped, there is no lack of excitement and suspense. This is a sequel to The Reformed Vampire Support Group, but this is a separate story, and I didn’t find it confusing at all. Those that have read the first will just know several of the minor characters a bit better. With plenty of humor, mystery, and heart-pounding suspense – The Abused Werewolf Rescue Group is an entertaining read for fans of werewolf and vampire novels.