Baker turned werewolf – there’s no way this could go wrong.
Rosalyn Mercier had a clear dream in life – to become a baker for the rich and famous. She spent the first 24 years of her life working towards that. Then she was bitten by a rogue loup garou (that’s a wolf shifter to non-supernaturals), and that dream went up in a puff of vanilla-scented smoke.
The council of supernaturals task Rosalyn with tracking down the rogue and bringing them to justice. She’s put under the watchful eye of brooding alpha with a dark past, Cole Loxwood. Together they must work to help Rosalyn come to terms with her new life while hunting down the rogue who is leaving a trail of bodies in their wake.
As Rosalyn digs deeper into the identity of the rogue she comes to realize that no one around her is quite what they seem. She’s soon left with no idea who she can trust. As the bodies pile up Rosalyn must race to find out who the rogue is before it’s too late.
Tracey Rushton –
Just loved this book. It kept me listening.
Characters were great and the narration drew you in.
With a storyline that keeps you guessing.
If your interested in paranormal supernaturals easy listens. I recommend this book.
Jutta Stiller –
I spent the whole time trying to work out what everyone’s agenda was and it kept me engaged all the way through. I liked the characters and the world they inhabit and the way it was slowly revealed over the course of the story. I didn’t like where it ended, it seemed like a bit of an odd place but I’m hoping that’s because there’s another one to follow! I enjoyed the way that Hannah Hart and Edward Fox narrated this, it’s really effective.
Coolestmommy R –
I enjoyed the book, but didn’t love the cliffhanger. I don’t mind a cliffhanger, but I’d like to leave the story feeling like it finished before the cliffhanger. Overall, I did enjoy the story, but I think Ms. Hawke will need to continue to refine character development in future stories. Sometimes, the characters acted in ways that seemed to be a total contrast to their personality. I understand the stresses they were under, but some of their interactions were stilted and not in character.
Overall an excellent start to the series and I do look forward to reading future books. I think Ms. Hawke is a talented up and coming author.
Thank you to Audiobooks Unleashed for my free copy to listen to. I’m glad I took time to start this series and look forward to future books.