Image of Inferno (Tales of the Were)


Image of Inferno (Tales of the Were)

The second tales of the Were provides plenty of action, mostly sexual, between hot vampires and sexy shapeshifters. If you haven't read the first book, no worries, Inferno can be read as a stand-alone. The steamy encounters between multiple partners will heat up the pages and capture your attention. Good characters, an intriguing plot, mystery and betrayal are all certain to delight fans.

Megan is a lone wolf and the last of her line. She's half werewolf and has no pack affiliation. Now she's paying off the last of a family debt by spying on a powerful vampire, Dante d'Angleterre. Dante has a grudge against werewolves but he's attracted to Megan. Someone wants him dead, but when he decides he wants Megan, nothing will stand in his way, not even a magical poison. (SAMHAIN, Apr., 272 pp., $15.00)
Reviewed by: 
Gail Pruszkowski