Publisher Description

Unknown Touch: Werewolf Series, 1. Approx. 94,000 words.

Kara McBride has been abducted by a secret organization known as The Liaison. Their mission: intervene and neutralize dangerous supernatural situations.

Gina Marie Long introduces readers to her signature blend of paranormal thrillers, urban fantasy and light romance.

The Liaison accidentally discovered Kara's unique psychic ability to manipulate thoughts and emotions. Her powers could be the essential key in saving a pack of werewolves from self destruction. They persuade her to join their covert operation...

In the woods surrounding Hamlin, Kentucky, a few rogue werewolves have split off from the main pack and committed violent crimes, bringing unwanted attention to the area, and risking their hidden existence from society. Kara will attempt creating mental connections with the wolves to calm their aggression, thus modifying their behavior. 

But, in the midst of chaos and danger, a love triangle develops. Kara must choose between a human... or a werewolf. Her decisions could be life-altering for her and others as she delves into the unknown.

If you love supernatural thrillers, buy UNKNOWN TOUCH: WEREWOLF SERIES, 1 today!

GENRE
Young Adult
RELEASED
2015
July 28
LANGUAGE
EN
English
LENGTH
382
Pages
PUBLISHER
Gina Marie Long
SELLER
Draft2Digital, LLC
SIZE
787.9
KB

Customer Reviews

Beatlesgirl73 ,

Awesome Book

The Unknown series is an amazing series. From the first novel to the novella, I was hooked! The books are a great balance of horror mixed with romance! These books kept me on the edge of my seat! Definitely worth reading! And you can get the first one free. I recommend this series to anyone who loves a good werewolf read!

Vtrm51 ,

Unknown Touch

Sorry. Wicked over verbal run-on and redundant explanation from each character, almost non-stop. Too short on realistic dialogue and action. Couldn’t get past a few hundred pages...I tried.

hfdchi ,

Has Potential

I liked the idea about the story line. The annoying thing was how the characters would over explain things.

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