A missing brother. A werewolf bound by family. An impossible choice.
Ember's large werewolf family has always been both her anchor and her support. But when a missing half-brother draws the twenty-something away from home for the very first time, bonds to her family are tested at every turn.
The milk-chocolate eyes of an off-limits human are the first threat to her pack commitment. Meanwhile, the local alpha is less interested in dark dangers facing human women and more intent upon eliminating his guest's ability to leave his territory ever again.
Can Ember protect innocents and track down her elusive sibling in time, or will the not-so-charming alpha cut off all ties to her home pack?
From the USA Today bestselling author that readers are comparing to Patricia Briggs comes a new urban fantasy novel full of adventure, romance, and danger that will leave readers craving more.
This is definitely a cliffhanger if you don’t like that get the boxed set it rolls right through! I loved the book and the series. Listened to the box set on audio and had a hard time stopping it. The characters are fun and relatable. I enjoy Aimee Easterling’s stories.
Huntress Born- Great start! By Cincy Kid 68!
I’ve read other books by this author and she keeps writing stronger and more interesting stories. This unique twist in werewolf plots and themes is definitely (5) 🌟 Star worthy- on to Huntress Bound! JB
Not worth the money for a cliffhanger
First, this is a decent story. The take on werewolf ideas is different though the story jumps around a bit. I felt jumpy while reading, uncomfortable beyond the story itself (due to the iffy writing); it didn’t make me want to drop everything to continue reading.
Second, it leaves you hanging. Cliffhanger. You are forced to purchase the next to end the story, that isn’t fluent in the first place.
Third, the story uses characters from previous stories (I bought it in a series starter pack) but those characters didn’t have the same feel. Uncomfortable.
Overall, it wasn’t so bad that I stopped reading. All of her books seem to have a jumpy quality to them. If I didn’t read while waiting for my kids, I wouldn’t have kept reading.
Positive, there aren’t too many misspelled words or those badly edited items that yank you out of the stories. Well, there are a few, but not as bad as some writing these days.