Anthology. I only read stories 1 through 6 so my rating is based only on those stories. 2.58 out of 5 stars.
1. The Truth About Werewolves by Lisa Tuttle. This story was very confusing. A woman is obsessed with werewolves, starts a support group to meet one, meets one who "changes" maybe, and then he tells her she's not the one he's looking for. It's like a story's beginning but now what? And how they become werewolves - he tells her she wouldn't understand. So there is really no "truth" at all in this story. 2 stars.
2. Innocent by Gene Wolfe. This was not a sexy werewolf story at all but a story of a wolf with a little human in him that looks at all meat the same, even comparing which different ages of "meat" taste the best. Scary. 4 stars.
3. Kitty Learns the Ropes by Carrie Vaughn. Kitty and a reporter friend try to coerce (blackmail) another werewolf to out himself. I wasn't a big fan of Kitty with this one. 3 stars.
4. No Children, No Pets by Esther M. Friesner. Really, really strange story about a little girl who gets bitten by a small talking dog who ends up being some kind of weird harbinger of a dark future that included making werewolves. When I finished I was thinking what the hell was that! 2 stars.
5. Sea Warg by Tanith Lee. I thought this would end up being a romance of sorts but it wasn't at all. Strange main character - I don't know what to make of him. 2-1/2 stars.
6. Country Mothers' Sons by Holly Phillips. I'm confused - are they or are they not werewolves? 2 stars.