A cop on a mission. A woman running from her fate. Both on a collision course with evil.
In the pulse-pounding sequel to BAD WOLF, the nightmare that ripped open two lives slips from the darkness to once again stalk the streets of Portland.
Three months after his partner mysteriously vanished, detective John Gallagher remains haunted by his encounter with something that should not exist. With no clues as to his partner's disappearance, detective Lara Mendes is presumed dead but Gallagher refuses to give up the search. Like a man possessed, he pushes himself to the brink to find her.
At a downtown firing range, 17-year old Amy Gallagher is taught how to fire a gun by her father. She goes along for his sake but Amy is increasingly troubled by her father's instability. His nightmares, paranoia and obsession with finding his missing partner are clear signs of post traumatic stress but her pleas for him to seek help fall on deaf ears. Chafing under his strict rules, Amy struggles to save her dad before he pushes himself over the edge.
Two hundred miles away, a woman with a terrible secret hides in the vastness of the Oregon wilderness, desperate to outrun her fate. Banished into self-imposed exile with a worsening condition, ex-detective Lara Mendes has exhausted any hope for a cure to her cursed existence. With no options left, her last chance at peace may be to take her own life.
Stalking her through the pines is a primordial nightmare plucked straight from a Grimm's fairytale. It wants Lara Mendes and will stop at nothing to get her.
The only question that remains is who will get to her first, and what will Lara do when they come?
You truly forget that werewolves don’t really exist when reading this book. The suspense is so strong that you are never able to put this book down.
Great series! I got the first one for free (ebook offer) and loved it! At one point I actually licked my finger and tried to turn my kindle. 2nd book didn't disappoint! 4.99 for an ebook is a bit much especially when there are spelling errors other then that this is a great trilogy. Gonna go buy the third one now!