Welcome to Werewolf Wednesday where the moon is always full and I am howling. Every single Wednesday I will be profiling a new werewolf from books, TV or movies. I might also mix it up a bit some weeks and throw in some other furry fun!! Please feel free to join and howl along with me every week!
This week for WW I am pleased to say that we have a guest review! The review is coming from you from the fantastic Jenn over at Indie Supporter….. http://www.indiesupporter.com Follow her, she has some great posts!
I have to tell you that Jenn isn’t a huge fan of shapeshifters… (I know it is tragic and also a little disturbing… lol) so needless to say the fact that she read this Werewolf book and liked it enough to write a review says something…. yes? I think so. So without further meanderings as to WHY exactly Jenn isn’t a fan os shifters I will give you her review!
Normally the supernaturals followed the human laws and didn’t cause any trouble, but when they crossed the lines, they called me.’
In Luna’s Sokjans an urban fantasy, McKenna a witch, werecat who has trained all her life to be one thing, a Sokjan. She has just finished a very difficult case, involving the murder of a young girl and a compulsion demon. When she is called to help Gabriel, the Alpha of the local werewolf pack, find three missing female packmates, her life will change forever. Is Gabriel her one true mate and how does a mysterious thousand years old spirit fit into the picture? When an enemy from for past wants to rekindle their deadly game of blood. She will have to figure out how to do her job and deal with the new emotions that Gabriel has awakened in her, but is Gabriel ready for the dark magic filled world that she lives in? Together they will have to deal with spirits, witches, werecats, demons, each other and the threat of an ancient vampire.
While I don’t enjoy books about shape shifters, I enjoyed this one immensely.
The beginning was a bit choppy, I think that McKenna’s past could have been told in flashbacks instead of taking over the first part of the book but that was the only drawback of the book to me.
Once the story got underway, it flowed beautifully and I loved it.
McKenna started out angry and dark and Kerry effortlessly transformed her into a hilarious character with heart but without making her weak and mushy which I think is a huge feat and one that made me love the story even more.
McKenna kept her @ss kicking personality throughout it all and maintained a female heroine force to be reckoned with.
In short, the book was awesome!
I want to thank Jenn for stopping by and being part of WW! Don’t forget to stop by her blog and follow! Keep an eye out you may see her around here again!
What good Werewolf Books have you read lately?