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|Format: ||Paperback, 352 pages, Unabridged edition Edition|
|Published In: ||United Kingdom, 03 August 2007|
Miniwa, Wisconsin, is under siege, but not by the usual summer tourists. The area's normally shy wolf population has begun stalking human prey, and their victims have been disappearing . . . or worse. Something is happening in the woods. Something no on can explain . . . Officer Jessie McQuade has seen plenty in her years on the force - but nothing as intriguing as the gorgeous, naked man she encounters while tracking a rogue wolf. Professor Will Cadotte is a Native American activist. He's also the only man capable of distracting Jessie from her work. And for a cop, distraction - no matter how pleasurable can be deadly. It's against Jessie's better judgement to accept Will's help in her investigation, yet she soon finds herself doing exactly that - and more. Will's dark, penetrating eyes see into a part of Jessie's soul she never knew existed. It's exhilarating, and terrifying. Now, as a town's deepest secrets come to light no one is safe: not friends, lovers, or strangers. And as Jessie follows a trail to the shocking truth, she'll have to decide who she can trust when the moon is full . . . `Fresh, fun and fabulous! An exciting new voice in paranormal suspense' Sherrilyn Kenyon
About the Author
Lori Handeland's novels have spanned the contemporary, historical, and paranormal genres. She is the recipient of many industry awards, including the PRISM for Dark Paranormal Romance. Lori Handeland lives in Wisconsin with her husband and her two sons.
Sassy, wisecracking policewoman Jessie McQuade, the book's first-person narrator, takes readers on a thrilling hunt through the forests of smalltown Miniwa, Wis., in search of a mythical predator in this lively paranormal romance. No-nonsense Jessie has never believed in magic or other supernatural "woo woo," but when she sees schoolteacher Karen Larson turn rabid in the classroom and attempt to bite one of her students shortly after being bitten by a wolf herself, she begins to realize that the world is not just black and white but "a host of annoying shades of gray." Before long, she's tramping through the forest with a self-professed werewolf hunter by her side and lusty thoughts of gorgeous professor Will Cadote, an expert in Native American mythology, racing through her mind. The enigmatic professor may be able to help Jessie figure out why the onyx wolf totem she found on the road near where Karen was bitten is so important, but it's possible he may be a werewolf himself. Handeland (The Husband Quest, etc.) sets a feverish pace, thrusting Jessie into one dangerous situation after another, and she keeps readers in delicious suspense over Will's motives. What makes this book so compulsively readable, however, is Jessie's spunky narration, acerbic wit and combustible chemistry with Will. (Oct.) Forecast: Handeland has the potential to become as big as, if not bigger than, Christine Feehan and Maggie Shayne, both of whom praise this book enthusiastically in their cover blurbs. The next installment, Hunter's Moon, is excerpted here. Copyright 2004 Reed Business Information.
17.7 x 11 x 2.2 centimetres (0.18 kg)|
15+ years |