"great beginning to a new werewolf series"
Landon Jeffers has had a few bad days lately. First he is
in a card game and realized that one of the other men is
cheating, he calls him on it and finds out the man was the
brother of the town's sheriff. So when the man draws on
him to shot him, he is faster and shots the man and kills
him. He knows he won't get a fair trial, so goes on the
run. For weeks he is constantly on the move, never staying
in one place too long knowing they are on his tail.
Finally he feels he is somewhat safe, so he slows down and
finds a route where he has traveled, but he also finds
something else, he finds silver. Knowing that he can't
leave now after finding this silver that will help to fill
his pockets and allow him to live better. As he digs for
more silver he also finds glowing orange stones. The
stones draw him in to where he feels things like he never
has. And the dreams he has had for a while, now come to
life; wolves and Indians, hot braves whose body and soul
bring Landon alive and living stronger than he ever had.
This man/wolf makes him feel things he has never felt, and
makes him want to stay and live his life here with this
man/wolf. Can he stay safely with this man? Or will they
find him, take him back and kill him?
Well as usual, Kate Steele did it again. I have read every
story she has written, and loved each one more than the
last. Her werewolves have drawn me it seems, even more
than her other wonderful stories. I love her m/m stories,
these men she brings to life, and love so well that I
can't put it down. Her other series of werewolves I have
to date re-read 8 times each. I just love this author's
way of writing, and look forward to the next story.
Reviewed by Nicole Harvey
Posted July 23, 2007
He was a professional gunman, not a murderer. Falsely accused of a crime he didnít commit, Landon Jeffers is on the run from a posse determined to see him dance at the end of a noose. Passing through a desolate stretch of Arizona desert on a route heís sure will throw them off his trail, he makes a discovery that will change his life forever. Silver.
Never one to throw away an opportunity to line his pockets, Lan decides to settle in and dig his way to a fortune. But what are the brilliant glowing orange stones he also unearths? What is this strange fascination he feels for them? More importantly, why have his dreams of silver riches morphed into images of moonlit nights, howling wolves and an Indian brave whose piercing black eyes turn to reddish/orange fire?
Genre(s): Paranormal, History Rewritten
Theme(s): Gay/Bisexual, Werewolves