By Patricia Briggs
The 1st Alpha and Omega novel, Cry Wolf, unlocked the doorways to a distinct city panorama in "a great...new werewolf series" (Darque Reviews). In looking floor, no 1 ny occasions bestselling writer Patricia Briggs invitations readers to stick with her even deeper into that seductive realm of the unknown...
Anna Latham didn't know the way complex lifestyles can be until eventually she turned a werewolf. And till she used to be mated to Charles Cornick, the son—and enforcer—of Bran, the chief of the North American werewolves, she didn't know the way harmful it may be, either...
Anna and Charles have simply been enlisted to wait a summit to give Bran's debatable proposition: that the wolves should still ultimately show themselves to people. however the such a lot feared Alpha in Europe is lifeless set opposed to the plan—and it kind of feels like another person should be, too. whilst Anna is attacked through vampires utilizing pack magic, the type of strength in simple terms werewolves will be in a position to draw on, Charles and Anna needs to mix their skills to seek down whoever is at the back of it all—or possibility wasting everything...
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Peach Tree reached out and smacked me on the shoulder. I wouldn’t even look at him. The little man sneered, showing his off-white teeth. ” He paused and undid his jacket. ” “You don’t know me,” I said. “I know what happened in Cedar Rapids. ” A few of the others looked at me now, sidelong glances of judgment. The little man walked to a chair and pulled it out for himself. “Oh, I know about all of you. Don’t go acting like he’s the only one. You bunch of crackheads and criminals. Sit down already!
I didn’t bother with my gloves, and pretty soon my hands dried out. Digging into the salt made my fingertips bleed. It only took me about fifteen minutes to do one side of the station. Then I moved out to the parking spaces, but when I looked back at the building, it had disappeared. The snow came down like a shroud and I couldn’t see the cars behind me, and I stood alone in the storm. You made a promise in Cedar Rapids in 2002. Time to honor it. How did they know? Wind got into the hood of my parka and raked across my face, so I shut my eyes and moved with one hand out in front of me.
Or willing. Now I saw it. The interior lights smoldered, and the Library glowed bleakly in the great woods. It looked like God’s gravestone. 7 YOU’D THINK I’D SLEEP for twenty-four hours after that long trip, but I only passed out for five. Awake by eleven, I strolled around my cabin as if its four rooms made it a manor. Bedroom, living room, bathroom, and kitchen. I felt pretty giddy about each one. Nothing too fancy. There weren’t mink blankets or platinum faucets or whatever the wealthy buy with their loot.