MOTOR CITY WOLF
This story is imbued with fun. It’s charming, original and Pape has used just enough touches of Detroit to share with readers the finer points of this often maligned city. For readers who love stories of faeries and werewolves, and the fantastical conflicts and romances that stem from otherworld and human interactions, there’s plenty here to enjoy.
sentence comes with a requirement that she also be employed and assigned to menial tasks. The result is that she now works for Greg Novak — bar owner, musician and the lust of her life. Even as a fairy she couldn’t get him out of her mind. Now, working for him night and day, and dealing with the physical reactions of her human body, she’s anxious to get close to him. Greg has more important things to worry about than his overwhelming attraction to Fianna, but despite the fact that werewolves are being hunted and killed, he cannot get her out of his mind. When his grandfather orders him to marry before the end of the year in an attempt to create pack unity, Greg and Fianna pretend to be involved. But neither wants to just pretend and the two do have some fun, but when Fianna becomes the hunter’s next target Greg must find out who is killing werewolves — and fast. (CARINAPRESS.COM, $5.99