This book could have been so much better than it turned out to be. The world of female werewolves is representative of a part of the horror genre that has been little explored. Aside from 3 or 4 exceptions, the stories were flat. One of the dullest stories by far in this collection was the one with the Jamaican woman werewolf. It read like a series of disjointed vignettes, haphazardly patched together, leaving no sense of what she was really like, either as a woman or as a Wolf.
Sadly, there are too few novels out in the market now that provide a well-developed and credible treatment of the female werewolf (the exceptions being the novels "BITTEN", "STOLEN","SHADOW OF THE BEAST", and "NAKED BRUNCH").
I give this collection 1 star only because I hope that it will inspire other writers to develop more works (short stories and novels) featuring well-rounded, down-to-earth, real women - who just happen to be werewolves.