Taming the beast can be so dangerous, but such a delight!
Mya Reynolds lives a painfully ordinary life - that is until she makes the mistake of looking into the eyes of the Sinapu alpha, discovering an all-consuming love that threatens to destroy her and everyone near her.
David Bray has sworn to do everything he can to protect the people. But when his duty requires that he kill the one woman that has managed to capture his heart, he is torn between love and what he knows must be done.
The skinwalkers are an ancient race - practitioners of the dark arts and the living vessels of demons. They have the ability to take the shape of animals and humans alike, and never for good.
The Sinapu are the earthly incarnations of the wolf spirit. It is their duty to protect the heart of the people, but the skinwalkers want access to the heart and will stop at nothing to get it.
When Mya Reynolds agrees to take an internship with the tribal police, she unwittingly steps into the middle of an epic battle between good and evil. But too often the lines are blurred and she cannot be sure whom she can trust.
We've sent an email with your order details. Order ID #:
To access this title, visit your library in the app or on the desktop website.
You’ll like this if you are into shapeshifters and Native Americans.
David. He's hot.
It is a little spooky and sad.
Not horrendous, but not good either
The narrator needs acting lessons. Her delivery is stilted. Her voice is fine, but she doesn't make the characters sound real. You never feel like you're there.
Anger that such a poor performance was allowed. And disappointment that the author didn't write a very good story. She didn't make the unbelievable, believable. And the quotes and phrases her characters used were very ordinary and didn't always match the situation.
Divided on whether to try book 2 and hope for improved writings skills from the author. I think this author has many other older books under her belt and this was still bad, so I'm leaning toward not continuing the series. Having the same narrator is also a deciding factor.
- Tracy Maddy