Right or wrong will you be able to forgive that person?
That is what Tony White Hawk has to figure out.
I love historical books and this book gives alot of Native
American Indian lore [The Dawn People], among others.
This is an incitefull book on spiritual outlooks. Life,
death, murder, most of all forgiveness.
Give this book a read you might find it interesting to
view the otherside.
Don't forget the romance is there to.
historical romance,looking for more by this author
How far the mighty have fallen. Lily Angelica DeLaVega was the werewolf queen until her powers were stolen. Now, she feels as if she is a shadow of herself, stalked by two different entities. The king of the lupine, Sebastian, has come to patiently wait, even years, to destroy his now mortal enemy. Tony White Hawk, who loathes all werewolves for murdering his wife five years ago, lures her to Ebony Canyon in order for an ancient prophecy to begin to take hold.
Where Lily goes, the other werewolves will follow even though to do so brings with it the possibility of destroying the People. However, the Shaman knows that the prophesy must be fulfilled even though it means a great war between good and evil. As the fight gets nearer, Tony and Lily fall in love, but he is not sure whether to trust her to fight on his side when the debacle begins. Even if they survive the fight, unless, he can learn to trust her, this couple has no long term future together.
Talk about guts among romance writers! No one shows more than Connie Flynn has done with her latest novel, SHADOW OF THE WOLF. In the previous terrific tale, SHADW ON THE MOON, Lily is one of the vilest villains to grace a book in several years. However, in the current novel, she is no longer a lupine, but a heroic lead protagonist, who will garner reader empathy (that's writing!!!). The story line feels so genuine that lycanthropic beings must be a real species. Fans of supernatural romance will want to read both of Ms. Flynn's wonderful werewolf tales.