Low Red Moon, by Ivy Devlin (Bloomsbury, 2010)

Following the horrific murder of her parents, which she witnessed but cannot remember, Avery Hood leaves her beloved home in the woods to stay with her grandmother. When she meets Ben, whom she soon discovers to be a werewolf, the memories begin to return. But is the guy she’s falling for really a murderer, or is something more sinister afoot? The pressure’s on to find out who killed her parents, and why, before she becomes the next victim. This tension-filled retelling of Red Riding Hood is suspenseful, intriguing, and romantic, looking at the old themes in a whole new light.

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