"non-stop excitement, good against evil"
Faith Weston, a K-9 officer, has more trust in her police
dog for back up than she has with the men she works with at
the Clarkston police department. The officers have
developed an attitude problem with snide remarks and
leering expressions to go with their pasty complexions.
Instincts tell her something is deathly wrong.
When Tony Shay is found murdered by magical means, Jim
London questions the ethics of the Clarkston Police
department who are determined to cover up what really
happened. Since Jim is a werewolf, he uses one of his
shape-shifting guises to go undercover as the K-9 police
dog assigned to Faith.
Working with Faith, Jim realizes she is as loyal, smart,
beautiful and all this in one sexy package. She's also too
curious for her own good, leading her right into danger and
into a world she never knew existed. Jim is forced to
confide in her. It is a lot for her to swallow, but he
knows he can depend on her to keep his secret. The
difficult task will be to break through her protective
barrier and have her trust him.
Ms. Knight has written a wonderful paranormal with non-stop
excitement, good against evil. The romance between Faith
and Jim is down right hot. The fight scenes are
terrifyingly real, keeping you on the edge of your seat.
This is a definite must read!
Michelle Nutt, author of Lost in the Mist of Time
Reviewed by Karen Michelle Nutt
Posted February 26, 2007