Allie is about to discover a heritage of power…and blood…werecreatures, magic, and a misguided vampire who wants to kill two men who could be the loves of her life.
Allie was adopted. She had always known it, but when a mysterious older woman shows up and invites her to learn about her birth family, things take a turn for the odd.
Then Allie meets the Lords. Twin Alpha werewolves who rule over all North American werecreatures, Rafe and Tim may look exactly alike, but Allie can tell them apart from the moment they first meet. She’s not sure what to think when they both want to claim her as their mate.
They are dominant, sexy, and all too ready to play games of the most delicious kind with her, but when a rogue vampire threatens her safety, they jump to her defense. It will take all of them working together, to stop the evil that has invaded their territory. Can they trust in each other and the power of their new love to prevail? Or will an ancient enemy win the day and usher evil incarnate back into the world?
This is the first book in the Tales of the Were series, which stretches out to encompass several related storylines and sub-series that follow different sets of characters in different parts of the world. Sub-series include:
Tales of the Were – The Others
Tales of the Were – Redstone Clan
Tales of the Were – String of Fate
Tales of the Were – Grizzly Cove
Tales of the Were – Gift of the Ancients
Tales of the Were – Jaguar Island
Tales of the Were – Big Wolf
Tales of the Were – Lick of Fire
Tales of the Were – Gemini Project
Tales of the Were – Guardians of the Dark
...and the related series…
Brotherhood of Blood
A little lackluster
This book was not as intriguing as her Dragon series. It left quite a bit of, I don’t know, frustration? For me. It just seems to lack something.