SECRET OF THE WOLF by SUSAN KRINARD
2002 PRISM AWARD Finalist:
2nd place - DARK PARANORMAL
2001 Romantic Times Reviewers' Choice
Award Winner - Best Historical New Reality
Amid the lush vineyards and majestic hills of Napa Valley, hypnotist Johanna Schell has founded Der Hafen--a sanctuary for those who know the pain of being "different." For desperate, frightened people whose souls are lost to grief. For lonely, tortured men like Quentin Forster....
Frightening spells of amnesia have plagued Quentin for years, and Johanna wants nothing more than to ease his unspeakable pain--and find out if his claim to werewolf blood is just a delusion. But she is horrified to discover that, under hypnosis, this tender, thoughtful man becomes violent, vengeful ...evil. And now--caught in the balance between reality and illusion, truth and deception, simple desire and absolute destruction--she must find the courage to trust him. To love him. To save him...
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"Another Howling Success!"
Reviewed by PNR Group Member
Posted October 8, 2001
Near her family's vineyards in Napa Valley, Dr. Johanna
a haven for those plagued with mental anguish. Suffering
Forster stumbles into Johanna's sanctuary, but suffers from
amnesia with some
glimpses of his past. Quentin knows he is on the run, but
why and from
whom Read more...
"Some things you just can't tell your doctor -- like you're a werewolf."
Reviewed by Cy Korte
Posted November 13, 2001
Dr Schell was ahead of his time in treating patients in his
private asylum with the new science of hypnosis, as well as
his belief that his daughter could and should be a doctor
if she wished. After his stroke, Johanna kept up her
father's work with his remaining Read more...
"Triumphant Conclusion to a Werewolf Trilogy!"
Reviewed by Leslie Tramposch
Posted December 12, 2001
SECRET OF THE WOLF is the third book in a historical
werewolf trilogy set in the Victorian era. Like the
previous installment, ONCE A WOLF, this story takes
place in the American West. However there all similarity
I will admit to not being terribly sympathetic Read more...