From strangers to more...
Damon is a runner—a lupine tasked to journey from pack to pack, handling relations among the wolf shifter community. He's seen a lot in his travels, but when he meets Charlotte he's blown away.
A shifter raised by humans, she has no idea of her heritage and thinks of herself as cursed. He'll teach her the ways, but first things first. She's got primal needs, and she's never met another wolf before.
*Author note: This is a novelette introduction to the Night Wolves world and continues on with Night Revelations (Book 1).
About the Author
Godiva Glenn is a nocturnal being, much like vampires and cats. She holds a B.A. in Literature, which more or less means she has spent more hours reading and writing than she would ever care to admit to. Luckily, all that knowledge comes in handy for her creative pursuits.
Most of her recent writing endeavors circle around the paranormal/supernatural. Wolves are her preferred sexy shifters, but who knows what the future holds.
She resides in the U.S. with dreams of traveling abroad to research locations.
More info at GodivaGlenn.com
Most Helpful Customer Reviews
Looking forward to the other stories.
Night Discovered by Godiva Glenn is one the most recent wonderful prequel that I have read in a long time. This is book 0 the very begining to the story. I loved reading this story and I highly recommedn this story to everyone who loves reading about wolf shifters. I received a free copy of this book via Booksprout and am voluntarily leaving a review.
This prequel is amazing! It is short and sweet. It is all about the characters. You will fall in love with them. I did not want it to end. This is the story of Damon & Charlotte. A story of new awakenings, passion, questions and fate. You have read the blurb, so I will not bore you. Let me just say this is a prequel, and will be continued in the next book, Night Revelations. There is a steamy sex scene. The book is intended for 18+ readers. I received a free copy of this book via Booksprout and am voluntarily leaving a review.
Charlotte was an orphaned wolf shifter, maybe not. She was attracted to two other shifters, Damon and Wyatt. Story is good with a lot of misconceptions, miscommunications, and misunderstandings with strong personalities that are vivid and well portrayed. Good read! I received a free copy of this book and am voluntarily leaving a review.