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As most posters may give you werewolf series, (as they do abound these days) I thought I would contribute my favorite stand-alone werewolf novels:
Dreadful Skin by Cherie Priest features a werewolf nun. (Do yourself a favor and read ANY book by Cherie Priest--she rocks)
Sharp Teeth by Toby Barlow, beautifully written in verse. I've read it 3 times.
Lonely Werewolf Girl by Martin Millar; excellent story and full of humor
Werewolf In Paris which I believe is the godfather of werewolf fiction
And, okay, my favorite series are
Patricia Brigg's Mercy Thompson series, Ivy Cole And The Moon by Gina Farago (now a series), and the first book in Kelley Armstrong's series entitled Bitten. (I don't enjoy the subsequent books unless they feature werewolf Elena such as Stolen and Frostbitten.)
And White Wolf Publishing has a bunch of werewolf novels and short stories taking place in their World of Darkness setting.
In case anyone's interested, I completed, cataloged and alphabetized my (Somewhat) Comprehensive List o' Werewolf Books. I was able to get a number of suggestions. It's still by no means a complete list of werewolf books (hence the somewhat), but I like what I have so far. You're all welcome to check it out.
The villain is the werewolf, and he's trying to build an army to take over the world one werewolf at a time. Unlike the other werewolves I've read about, he's very smart, charismatic, and funny.
And the Kitty Norville series is really the cat's meow. (sorry, sorry, terrible pun)
ETA The series by Gail Carriger that starts with Soulless includes werewolf characters, among other supernaturals.
imager ~ I hadn't realized this thread was for teens. You're right; Last Werewolf would definitely not be for the younger set. Parts of it are a bit much for me, and I'm waaaaay beyond that!
#18 LOL....my teens are also long gone! I don't think the thread is only for teens but the paranormal genre seems to be attracting lots of new readers in that age group.