Badass Kylie has attitude, sass, and knows how to find trouble……. and to top it off … she’s a werewolf! Due to her rebellious nature, Kylie is forced to be a part of her father’s pack and nothing is what it seems. Not knowing who to trust in a world of mortal and immortal, she finds herself betrayed and deceived. Fighting for her life, fighting for what’s right, and fighting for what she wants … she is entangled in a world that she may never escape.
About the Author
I have been writing since I was eight. I started out with poetry. Eventually, I moved on to short fantasy stories, then eventually books. I have always loved books, whether I was reading them or writing them. Books have always been a perfect escape from reality. When I was growing up, I admired authors and I always imagined I would eventually be one.
The primary genre I write is fantasy romance. I love creating tough heroines and sexy vampires, werewolves, Fae, and every other supernatural creature I can come up with. I also write new adult romance when I am in the right mood. I want my readers to get the same joy from reading my stories that I do when I read some of my favorite authors.
Most Helpful Customer Reviews
It was good, just wish they changed from human to wolf more.
Hurricane Kylie! This book revolves around Kylie after her mother decides that she can't handle her behaviour any longer. Her father is called in to come and take her back to his pack, for her to learn her place in their hierarchy. She doesn't believe in the male dominated society that is the pack and let's everyone know it at every turn. She makes enemies first and friends later and causes trouble wherever she goes. Dominic is the alpha of their pack and as such has his future mapped out for him, which definitely doesn't involve Kylie. He is so hot and cold with her that it almost gives you whiplash. Brayden is the alpha of a rival pack that vies for her attention. Together they form an untenable love triangle..... who will she pick? I will continue reading this series simply because I like to read books where characters break away from stereotypical ideals on their behaviour and then muddle their way through the resultant drama that ensues.