Even though she was raised in a loving pack, Iris now finds herself as an indentured servant amongst cruel and vicious shifters. The only way she can fathom escape is with the help of an outsider, but she has little hope it will ever happen.
Jason finds himself feeling inexplicably depressed and restless, with the need to leave his home pack and strike out on his own. Once on the road, Jason crosses a suspicious and dangerous pack with, what he believes to be, a scared human in their midst and soon finds himself ensnared in more than he bargained for. Who will save him if he decides to join the tainted pack?
About the Author
Hi! Thanks for visiting my page. I live in the Pacific Northwest with my hubby, Eric, and our two dogs, Fergus and Tino. I'm a voracious reader, and on a day in July of 2013, I decided to try my hand at writing an opening line to a book. I wrote it, shared it with my hubby, and with his encouragement, kept writing. Kismet wrote itself in many ways. As I typed, I was always excited to see what was going to happen next, almost as if I were a third party participant watching the author over her shoulder. I never planned on writing a book, in fact, I've never even written a short story other than what was required during school. Life can be full of unexpected twists and turns. 18 months later and I have three books published and am still writing. Only time will tell if I continue, but I'm having fun at this point and I hope my readers enjoy the exciting and often gut-wrenching lives of Garrett, Riley, Ryan, Sam, Jason, Iris, Chase, Jasper, Gear, Zander, and the rest of the gang. Thanks again for taking time to check out my page. You can sign up for freebies and new book notifications on my mailing list at www.leahmooreauthor.com or follow me on Facebook at www.facebook.com/authorleahmoore. Happy Reading! ~Leah Moore
Most Helpful Customer Reviews
I just finished this third book in a series. Wowee!! A hard book to put down. It kept my interest, excitement, fear and total enjoyment in a whirl of feelings as I couldn't help but identify with each person. What a merry go round ride. Keep 'em coming, Leah.