They're here, and they're real. . .werewolves, vampires, mages, and other creatures of the night. For New York P.I. Shiarra Waynest, taking care of Others business started out as a way to stay solvent. But now business is getting very, very complicated. . .
Shiarra's relationship with sexy werewolf Chaz may be somewhat unconventional. Still, after a few bumps, Shia is finally ready to get serious. That means meeting family--or in this case, bringing Chaz's entire werewolf pack along for a rollicking full-moon weekend in the Catskills.
Soon after they arrive, threatening notes appear, warning Chaz to go home. Then their cabin is ransacked. Shia starts digging to find out whether it's the work of upstart teenaged werewolves or something more sinister. Yet as rumors about her vampire connections arouse the pack's hostility, Shia has to contend with other dangers. Not just from an adversary about to make his fatal intentions known, but from a threat that's even closer than she knows. . .
Praise for Hunted by the Others
"Jess Haines is a talent to watch!" --Lara Adrian, New York Times bestselling author
"A fun, high octane ride with a take charge heroine who will leave you wanting more." --Alexandra Ivy, New York Times bestselling author
"A delightful romp of a book. Jess Haines just became my autobuy!" --Angela Knight, New York Times bestselling author
Haines follows Hunted by the Others and Taken by the Others with an episodic tale of werewolves, vampires, and the women who love them. Shiarra Waynest, private investigator, is off for a vacation in the Catskills with her werewolf boyfriend, Chaz, who wants to introduce her to his pack and see how they get along. The pack has decided opinions on the matter, most of them unfavorable due to Shiarra's association with vampires. Threatening notes, the trashing of their shared cabin, and an attack by an angry pack member are bad enough, but when Shiarra discovers Chaz is involved with another woman, she flees. This installment of what is clearly intended to be a longrunning series lacks any feeling of completeness, leaving numerous plot threads unresolved.
Really they just keep getting better. This one took a surprising turn, now I NEED to read the next!!