Rylie Gresham has enjoyed two peaceful years as Alpha of the last werewolf pack in existence. But she's feeling kind of confused. Her boyfriend, Seth, has been away at college, and her feelings for his brother, Abel, have been growing as they run the pack together.
Everything gets a lot more complicated when someone sends her a silver bullet and a threatening message. It throws her into a deadly battle with enemies old and new, which is only slightly less perilous than the battle inside her heart. Sooner or later, she's going to have to choose: will she marry Seth, or follow her feelings for Abel?
This is a collection of the first four episodes of The Cain Chronicles, a serialized novel. It amounts to approximately 65,000 words. If you've read episodes 1-4 before, there's nothing new here. If you're just joining the story -- enjoy! :)
NEW MOON SUMMER
Rylie is Alpha: the leader of the werewolves. They're an endangered species living in a sanctuary, and she's guarded them for two peaceful years. The peace is shattered when somebody sends Rylie a threatening silver bullet. A new member of the pack goes missing. And to make things worse, her inner wolf is strangely attracted to her boyfriend's brother, leaving her torn between the love of two men--one of them a werewolf, and the other a former hunter.
BLOOD MOON HARVEST
Rylie's home has been turned into a battle zone by attacking hunters--and by her conflicted heart. Her wolf and human sides are in love with different men, and neither Seth nor Abel will give Rylie up without a fight. To save her pack, Rylie will have to find out who Cain is. To save herself, she'll have to choose between the man she wants and the man she needs.
MOON OF THE TERRIBLE
Abel is struggling to find his footing at the werewolf sanctuary when he receives terrible news: the girl he loves and his brother have vanished. Seth calls to claim that they're eloping, but Abel knows it's a lie. There's no way that Rylie would get married without telling him. Not when the memory of her scorching kiss is still burning on his lips. Certain that something is wrong, Abel drops everything to rescue Rylie and Seth--and stake his claim over his mate.
RED ROSE MOON
Rylie Gresham, Alpha of the endangered werewolf species, is pregnant. The fact that she's only eighteen and maybe a tiny bit in love with her boyfriend's brother isn't even the worst part: the baby is going to be a werewolf, too. Certain that Seth is the father, she finally agrees to marry him, even if her heart is still filled with doubt.
Abel is being held captive by Cain when he hears about Rylie's condition--and the shocking circumstances surrounding the conception. Rylie and Abel have been mating on the full moons, so there's a chance that he's the father, and she has no clue. Now Abel has to escape Cain and crash the wedding before his mate marries his brother.
A zombie mother-in-law, back-stabbing hunters, and wicked morning sickness mean that they're all in for one heck of a party.
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Captivating as ever
Hopefully this helps clarify any confusion over what's included. The previous series of books was longer, and they were not referred to as "episodes". In the "Cain series" the books are much shorter and referred to as episodes. When reading, they appear almost as chapters. As stated when you read the description, episodes 1-4 are included. On a my iPhone, with "regular" sized font, it's a total of @1800 pages. For books / episodes 5-7, you'll have to purchase separately as they aren't in this set.
As for the books. They are awesome, and don't disappoint. Well, except that they're short :) I feel like they (1-4) could have been chapters of one book. And maybe that's what episodes is meant to do. In any case, I love the series and don't have any complaints.
I hope this review helps. For those who don't have all the books when it was purchased, maybe there was a glitch or error? I have no problems.
Enjoy the story!
The Cain Chronicles has an addictive bite
First off, this story kept me interested and left me wanting more, when it ended. I will be purchasing the next book (or, episode may be a better description). I really liked the complicated and inter-connected relationships that continued to develop as the series continued. The Rylee, Seth and Able complexities were well done. My least favorite part of this portion of the series was that it was fairly short and repeated the ending scene/dialog at the end of the first episode and then in more detail at the beginning of the second episode. That style did not continue through out the rest of the story, so you get over that pretty fast. Overall, I enjoyed reading this series and look forward to reading the next book.
Yes this is all of the books for those who were wondering like me