COME THE NIGHT
Krinard sweeps readers into both the werewolf realm and the atmosphere of the 1920s in a fascinating story
of a forbidden love. Fast paced and
riveting, this is another example of
the author's extraordinary storytelling ability -- as well as her talent for crafting nonstop reads.
Hard-edged New York cop Ross Kavanaugh is shocked when the son he never knew he had shows up on his doorstep. More than a decade ago he'd fallen in love with English beauty Gillian Maitland. He knew she was a werewolf -- after all he's one-quarter were -- but he wasn't good enough
for her pure-blood-obsessed father.
He's barely had time to come to grips with son Toby when Gillian arrives to take him home before the werewolf convocation begins. Ross follows Gillian home, determined to win her back. Tension and intrigue swirl around them as the delegates convene and her father's actions bring danger and a killer to their doorstep. (HQN, Oct., 450 pp., $6.99)