gone with her two best friends to the party for a good time. She
never anticipated finding the man of her dreams, or that he would be
a powerful warlock who was ignorant of his powers. Sam just hoped
that Alec was a quick study because she was going to have to teach
him how to control his powersthat
sure what to make of the sexy woman claiming he was a warlock.
There weren’t such things as warlocks…or werewolves, although one
person at the party sure had a great costume. There were
undercurrents swirling among the attendees and somehow, he and Sam
were now in the middle. Alec had to decide if he could trust a
woman he had just met, believe her words of magic, and help save the
city from a rogue werewolf.
includes three stories for three friends with each story written by
a different author. They appear to all center around the one night
at the party, so I don’t believe they need to be read in any
particular order. However, having only read Stacking the Deck,
this story felt as if it was incomplete and I actually was surprised
that the story was over when it was. Perhaps it is because the
three stories are concurrent, not consecutive. Still, I found the
variety of characters intriguing and enjoyed the unique
manifestation of Alec’s powers.