"Great paranormal book with some serious bite."
Brian, is a faewolf named Saoi, and he is on a lone mission
to try to save his people. Kiya White Cloud is a part of
the young teaching assistant's class, but wants to be
more. Only Brian doesn't want a relationship with a human
let alone one of his students, and Kiya has some problems
of his own that could get them both killed.
This story was a really good read. The characters were
well thought out, from the main characters to the secondary
characters. The description throughout the story was
wonderfully done. Once I finished reading this story I
wanted to know what happens with Brian Kenwick and Kiya
White Cloud. The reader really comes to care about the
characters. And when the book ends the first thought
This book read like it was written as a beginning of a
series, which, personally, I can't wait to read more of.
There are some unanswered questions that just make your
brain itch. Will Brian ever find a solution or not to his
peoples' crisis? What is Kiya's family going to think?
Will they find out the truth?
There was one problem that I had with this story. The
other villains I would have loved to encounter in a second
book rather than this one. In this one, they just seemed
like overkill rather than a means to an end. The book had
been flowing so well without needing them for revealing any
paranormal action. And the villain that they had was just
so perfectly psychotic.
Note: For those who are faint of heart, this is not the
you. You know that warning that comes on before a show
about graphic images, well, consider yourselves warned.
This is a LGBT story between two men with near rape scenes,
some forced seduction scenes and one in which involves the
transformed partner in his non-human form.
Reviewed by Emily Rowe
Posted October 24, 2009