Jolted awake by nightmares of her friends
being slaughtered, Kara wonders if she will ever forget that
fateful night. Knowing it is her destiny, Kara is determined
to rid the world of the evil that attacked her village, and
her quest has taken her to a small island where something very
dark is hunting her. Armed with the falcate blades given to
her by her father and her bloodline’s powerful magic, Kara
sets out into the forest to hunt her enemies.
Zachius must fulfill his promise to find
and protect Kara, Saleen’s sister, but it won’t come easy
since Kara is very feisty, hard headed and wreaking all sorts
of havoc on his body. Can she be his soul mate? And if she
is, will his lineage forbid their union. Kara has never in
her life had a man affect her the way Zachius does, can she
readily accept whatever the future may have in store for her?
they travel deeper into the forest and discover terrifying
creatures, a wise and powerful magician and a great, ancient
evil that must be stopped. Will a warrior’s heart and his
profound love for his newfound mate be enough to survive the
battle that is yet to come?
For me, Kiss of the Wolf
was a difficult book to be engaged in for the first few
chapters. I felt as though there should have been a more
in-depth explanation regarding the “evil” they were hunting.
The chemistry between the characters was very endearing, and I
enjoyed Kara’s sassy character and Zachius’ adoration for
Kara. It is pleasant story of magic, werewolves and newfound