But she can’t deny her fiery connection to Severin Saint Morgan, a sexy as hell werewolf and the alpha of the Vancouver wolf pack. He’s an Australian immigrant working at the university as an associate professor, and the publicized face of the werewolf species. He makes her blood boil with desire and makes her tremble with fear. But its only when her mother reappears with startling revelations about an upcoming war between the fae and the werewolves that Nina realizes that she may be a pawn for both sides.
A Nina Decker Novel is a short story with a heck of a lot jam-packed into it. There are so many things to explain in the world the Vivi Anna created that it is almost amazing that she was able to do it so well. This is a world of mythology and ‘normal’ reality all rolled into one. Where werewolves and the fae are realities that normal humans are only recently beginning to realize have existed as long as they have, if not longer.
This is a good story that draws readers in to the new series. It leaves just enough mystery that you want to know what happens next and leaves you with an appreciation for Vivi Anna as an author.
Great review hon. I love finding short stories that still manage to give you an entire story and not leave certain things up in the air. Really love the cover and the idea of a werewolf and a fae together. That is definitely new. Great review again hon, I hope to get this soon. Thank you 🙂