The Truth About Cats and Wolves : Nocturne Falls

  • by Alethea Kontis
  • Narrated by B.J. Harrison
  • Series: Nocturne Falls
  • 4 hrs and 25 mins
  • Unabridged Audiobook

Publisher's Summary

Like many paranormals of Greek descent, Kai Xanthopoulos will not know her true nature until her young powers fully manifest. Unlike her parents - and much to the dismay of her stray cat best friend - Kai has chosen not to spend the rest of her life at the diner in Nocturne Falls. She takes a job at Delaney's Delectables instead, a decision that puts her directly in the path of a fugitive werewolf that could change her destiny....
Finn Kincaid is cursed. Literally. Accused of murdering his pack-brother, beaten, and left for dead in the woods, he runs to Nocturne Falls to seek sanctuary with the one cousin who successfully got out of Tennessee: Ivy Merrow, the sheriff's wife. On his way there, he's drawn off course by a girl with no idea how much power she possesses, both within herself and over him. Together, Kai and Finn must find a way to break the curse and fight their fate, without destroying each other - and their future - in the process.

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Great new author

I highly enjoyed this Nocturne Falls addition. I'm glad Kristian Painter decided to give new authors a chance. Alethea Kontis did a wonderful job of writing this addition, I hope to read/listen to more of her work. I highly recommend this story, especially to those who are fans of Kristen Painter.
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- Dawn

Please more audio NFU!

Kristen has chosen an excellent writer to extend her NF world! Sadly, it seems this is the only one in audio so far.

However, this story is a complete delight. The characters are well defined and perfectly true to Kristen's own wonderfully imaginative world. The plot line, also, smacks of the other Nocturne Falls stories with only a slight hint of its own brain behind it. I have all of Kristen's books and have been hungry for more. I so look forward to more of these delightful stories in audio, as I have difficulty reading. Probably just aged eyes, but, nonetheless, most of the books I buy now are from Audible.
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- Dragonscar

Book Details

  • Release Date: 05-16-2017
  • Publisher: Kristen Painter