After I finished reading this book, I'm finding myself hunting for the others in this series. What an awesome beginning to a wonderful new twist on our continuing fascination with the paranormal, especially the werewolves. Let me tell you the East Anglia werewolves are not what I expected.
In this first book of the series the reader is introduced to the East Anglia Werewolves. You meet all five of them, all ruggedly handsome and incredibly built with a little something extra. The something extra is that they are protectors of mankind against werewolves that only lust for the kill. The first of these is Raed. We meet him in a near miss collision with Lexi who is on holiday. Needless to say the sparks fly from the get go. They are drawn together almost immediately by a mutual attraction that over time grows into so much more.
Unfortunately I missed out on reviewing the second of this series. If it's as good as the first one, there's no way anyone will be able to put it down. Great job. I only hope I don't miss my chance for the third one in this series.
Lexi Weller’s vacation in England doesn't exactly start off all that great when she almost ends up getting into a car accident. But when the driver of the car she almost hits steps out to speak with her, she finds herself practically drooling over him. And before it's all over, Mr. Tall, Muscular and Good-looking asks Lexi out on a date.
Raedwald hopes he hasn’t made a mistake by asking the sexy American out to dinner. Charged by the Anglo-Saxon god, Tiw, to protect mortals from the werewolves sired by Fenris the wolf, Raed knows he can’t put Lexi before his duty. But when Lexi comes to mean more to him than he ever imagined, Raed must find a way to explain what he is without scaring off the woman he never wants to let go.
Publisher's Note: This was previously published.