The Lure of the Wolf by Jennifer St. Giles
The Shadowmen, Book 2
Pocket
Paranormal Romance
ISBN 10: 1-4165-1333-7 13: 978-1-4165-1333-9
Reviewed by Amelia

   

 

Dr. Annette Batista is searching for her missing sister, Stephanie, who worked for the research facility Sno-Med.  She is determined to find her, but so far, has had no luck.  When Annette finds a strange amulet at the site of Stephanieís disappearance, she isnít sure what to think.  Then, while taking a bath at home, she rubs the amulet and a strange man appears.

Aragon is a Blood Hunter, half-man, half-werewolf.  In an effort to track down a Blood Hunter who has turned evil, he forsakes his vow as leader of the group and travels to the Earthly plain to track down Pathos and kill him.  When a strange woman somehow pulls him to her side, he isnít sure what to do.  When it happens again, he is equally confused, but he knows there is a bond with this woman.

Annette isnít sure what to do about Aragon, but she knows that she wants him.  Together, they search for her missing sister and work to find Pathos and a number of evil minions, who deserve the fate of death.

The Lure of the Wolf is a fascinating tale of good verses evil.  Ms. St. Giles has created a world full of mythical creatures and entertaining humans that come to life on the page.  Aragon is full of honor, and full of love for Annette.   I loved the strength that Annette showed through the entire book, even in the face of danger.

The Lure of the Wolf is a wonderful continuation in the Shadowmen series and I canít wait to see which Blood Hunter will be featured next.  Lovers of paranormal should run to pick up a copy of The Lure of the Wolf.  This book is the second in the series, and although itís not necessary to have read the first book, Touch a Dark Wolf, it will increase a readerís enjoyment of The Lure of the Wolf, as the characters are introduced in the first book.

     

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