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BRIDE OF THE WOLF
by Jennifer St. Giles

Genre: Paranormal/Urban Fantasy, Paranormal Romance
Sensuality: HOT

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Picking right up where last month's Kiss of Darkness left off, this novel's action moves to Belize. The story is divided into several different threads, each filled with danger, treachery and suspense. The love story between the major protagonists is tender and empowering, for they truly need each other if they are to survive. St. Giles also throws a potential new twist into the story arc that looks promising. The Shadowmen series just keeps getting better!

During the assault on the town of Twilight, Marissa Vasquez and blind Shadowman Navarre were taken captive by Vladarian vampire Herrera in a bid to gain control of Marissa's wealth and controlling shares in SINCO. Now a power struggle is brewing between the evil vampires, which means several plots are under way. Navarre is wounded and blind in this world; his only hope of saving Marissa is by calling his wolf spirit. (POCKET STAR, May, 352 pp., $6.99)

Reviewed By: Jill M. Smith

Publisher: POCKET STAR

Published: May 2009

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