Karen’s Magic Review
I would once have gone nowhere near a book that contained shifters. I didn’t really understand what they were.
Now I realise they add another dimension to a book. The fact that they can do something extraordinary really does make it more interesting.
However, when I began reading, I wasn’t sure this was going to be for me, but I was wrong. I soon found myself involved in the story and wondering what would happen next with every turn of the page.
Starting again is what the main characters do. They start from scratch to build a new town where people like them can live. It was a great concept which includes a brooding romance.
I eventually came to the end of the book, but knew there was so much more to come. The stage had been set. The next one is ready on my kindle for March or April.
What happens when two lost were-panthers meet for the first time? Nicci, a were-panther abandoned as a child and without a pack, finds herself on the run from the law. With nothing left to lose, she doesn’t trust anyone, especially her own heart. Dru, a famous race car driver and inheritor of one of the most influential packs in Australia, is trying to escape notoriety, and his fate. Prepared to throw away everything, he is trusting his instincts to get him through. Together they find themselves stuck in a small rundown deserted town called Nowhere in the wilderness of rural Australia. Can they learn to trust each other and find a future, or is the call of the wild too strong?Special note from the author: Because this book is based in Australia with Australian characters, it has also been written and edited using Australian English. I hope you enjoy the immersive experience!
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