Secrets are my specialty.
I’m Mai Fairchild --- fox shifter, sister’s keeper, and bane of the local werewolf pack. In a world where different is dangerous, my sister and I must pretend to be human at all costs. Too bad I just lost the job that lets me live under the radar while putting food on my sister's plate.
Enter an enticing werewolf who offers enough cash to upgrade our diets from ramen noodles to salami if I join him on a magical hunt. But can I afford to accept the opportunity when the risk of working closely with every fox shifter's sworn enemy is so great?
This first book in USA Today bestselling author Aimee Easterling's newest series dives into a world of magic, danger, and romance.
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Can’t wait for book two
This is an awesome start to a new series. Mai is a kitsune (magical fox shifter) who is taking care of her mischievous tween sister after the death of their parents. She struggles to support and protect her sister while staying off everyone’s radar. Why? Because her kind is hated and feared by all. Drawn in despite her reservations to a nefarious play that pushes her into more danger at every corner she struggles to keep her secrets and sister safe. Did I mention the dangerous wanna be neighborhood werewolf pack or the sudden appearance of the true Alpha of the area and his nosy aggressive brother? Can’t wait for the next installment
Really enjoyed this book
I really enjoyed reading Wolfs Bane. I loved the characters and the detail in the story. I think the author did a great job with the book. I’m looking forward to reading the next book Shadow Wolf and seeing where Mai, her wolf pack and her sister next adventures lead and if she gets peace for her and her sister.
Good story but...
I really enjoyed the plot of this book, but I had serious issues with the sudden leaps in action. It seemed you be at one point in the story and then within one paragraph you’re suddenly three steps from where you previously were. Almost like pieces were cut in editing without anything in place to bridge the gaps created.