Raine has discovered that he is not just gai’tan, the werewolf, he is the direct descendant of the wolf god, Darius, and the Chosen One of the wolves. In accepting his wolf self, and merging both halves - man and wolf - he also accepts his role as the wolves’ savior: he must slay the monster that keeps Darius a prisoner. Unless Darius is freed, wolves will die out as a species. But Raine has had a vision, and has foreseen his own death. In order to keep his love, Ly’Tana, safe, he abandons her and all those dear to him. With only Darius’ voice in his head for company, he leaves behind his blood-brother, Rygel, his newly adopted wolf son, Tuatha, and his loyal Tarbane, Tashira, to travel to the frozen north alone and heartbroken.
Angry and bewildered, Ly’Tana resolves to follow him north. Yet, her divine enemy makes another attempt to kill her. Under Rygel’s guidance and protected by a pack of enormous wolves, Ly’Tana, her kinsman, Kel’Ratan, and her warriors ride in search of a monk who can save her from divine retribution. High King Brutal hasn’t given up his chase to marry her and seize her beloved country, nor has the Shekinah Tongu turned aside from their Blood Oath to slay Rygel. Hunted by both men and gods, Ly’Tana rides in search of answers, before she can ride in search of her one true love.
Will Raine escape the evil wizard Ja’Teel’s traps? Can he stave off starvation as he learns to hunt as a wolf? Can Ly’Tana survive the wrath of a god and outwit a murdering King? How will she endure treachery from within her own camp?
Thus begins Book Three of the Saga of the Black Wolf, Prince Wolf.
About the Author
A. Katie Rose is a workaholic living in San Antonio, Texas. With her day job as a photographer, she moonlights as a writer. When not working, she likes a weekend trail ride on her horses or just a quick trip around the pasture. Her extracurricular activities include long walks, reading, watching movies, camping, hiking and enjoying the company of friends around a fire. A Colorado native, she earned her B.A. in literature and history at Western State College, in Gunnison, Colorado. While in school, she won second place in a history term paper contest, an essay on King Richard III. In 1990, she rode her Arabian gelding, Tara Starbask, to win the Colorado Arabian Horse Club high point in Trail.