When the divide between the fae world and the human world is torn apart, Aleric Bayne is thrown into the ensuing chaos. Hurt and disoriented, the werewolf finds himself in a hospital emergency room. When other fae creatures begin to show up, Aleric sneaks them into the D wing of the hospital. With no one else able to treat their unusual conditions, Aleric steps into the role of Dr. Wolf. He has one goal in mind, to help the fae and close the Rift. But Dr. Wolf has walls around the memories of his own broken past that threaten to unravel the world he is holding together by a thread.
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Cheree Alsop is a best-selling, award-winning author and the mother of a beautiful, talented daughter and amazing twin sons who fill every day with joy and laughter. She is married to her best friend, Michael, the light of her life and her soulmate who shares her dreams and inspires her by reading the first drafts and adding depth to the stories. Cheree is a fulltime author and mother. She enjoys reading, riding her motorcycle on warm nights, and playing with her twins while planning her next book. She is also a bass player for her husband’s garage band, Alien Landslide. Cheree and Michael live in Utah where they rock out, enjoy the outdoors, plan great adventures, and never stop dreaming. Check out Cheree’s other books at www.chereealsop.com
Most Helpful Customer Reviews
a Fantastic original new urban fantasy series Love it!!! really it was fabulous, i was interested after checking the blurb but this story has surpassed all my expectations ( even if they were high) . Suddenly, Fae are appearing in our world but for most of them it's not by their own volition so they are here lost and afraid and sometimes hurt...that's what happened to Aleric a werewolf who wake up in a hospital confused about how he got there and where it is exactly....however as soon as he heard the cries of another fae he jumps into action mode and do his best to help her...finding himself acting as a doctor even if he has a lot to learn himself he is moved by the need of his fellows companions and becomes their protector. he is hurt and as confused as they can be but he acts and i really loved that about him how he could be so honest and caring. Fae politics are put aside for a moment in this strange world for them so werewolf, fairy and vampire band together to transform the wing of the hospital so that they can become theirs with the help of the few humans knowing the truth... Dr Worthen and Lauren, the nurse, ( and gregory) are confronted to strange patients and suddenly they understand that they can hurt them even more by trying to help so when a patient suddenly act like a doctor and seems to know what is happening they decide to entrust him with the new discovered fae even if they are sometimes dubious and sometimes afraid they want most of all heal all their patient.. I loved to see them true to their vow and how resourceful they could be because of course not every human is friendly . There is a lot of action and some suspense but i loved to learn more about Blays universe and to see Aleric discovering bits of info about how to treat fae from other ones...each individual is helping in a way sharing his knowledge when they would probably have ignored each other while in their world. i loved to see the diversity. Dartan is really interesting as well. there is a a small cliffhanger for sure but to be honest i loved this one so much that i really want to read the next ,cliffhanger or not, i want to see why the rift exactly, the past of Aleric and how he will adjust. A story to discover for all urban fantasy lovers.
Shockwave is the first in the Fae Rift series, and it introduces us very nicely to our world, and the parallel world where the Fae reside. Something is happening, no one is sure what, and Fae are being thrown (usually violently) from their world into ours. Aleric wakes up in hospital, with no recollection that he is in a new world, and helps to save the life of a faery. Suddenly, his knowledge is needed to save the lives of other Fae, whether they are Light or Dark. With unexpected allies, Aleric needs to find a way to send the Fae back to where they belong, before things get out of hand. This was a witty, fast-paced, and humorous start to a series, and I was thoroughly engrossed in it! Aleric himself is an outstanding character, but he has an amazing supporting cast in the shape of Dr Worthen, Nurse Eastwick, Dr Indley, Dartan, and Tranquility, to name but a few. This story is finished off, but also has an opening to the next book. Very well written, with no editing or grammatical errors to disrupt the reading flow, this is a wonderful book, and I look forward to reading more in this series. Merissa Archaeolibrarian - I Dig Good Books!