Werelove #1: Dusk Conspiracy

Werelove #1: Dusk Conspiracy

by Lakisha Spletzer

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Werelove #1: Dusk Conspiracy by Lakisha Spletzer

Laylah Le Croix has everything and nothing. After an attempted kidnapping, she is rescued by Donil. Angry at her life, she makes a defiant choice that plunges her into the heart of a conspiracy.

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BN ID: 2940000893661
Publisher: Lakisha Spletzer
Publication date: 05/03/2010
Series: Werelove , #1
Sold by: Smashwords
Format: NOOK Book
Sales rank: 123,850
File size: 403 KB
Age Range: 12 - 17 Years

About the Author

I'm an Indie Cross-Genre writer of science fiction/fantasy/paranormal romance. I started writing stories and poetry at the age of 8 and haven't stopped yet. I think I've always been a writer, but becoming a published one took a lot of work and dedication. That didn't happen until after I left my home state of Virginia, and moved to Florida in 2004. I've learned to not let life's many road blocks and speed bumps throw me to the curb. I can't wait to dive in and continue to share the stories swirling around in my head.

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Werelove #1: Dusk Conspiracy 4.3 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 7 reviews.
mandalyn1 More than 1 year ago
Laylah has everything a girl could want...a rich family, a staff that cares for her every need, and she's an only child. From the outside you would think she is just another privileged child who has it all. But looks can be deceiving. Not only is her life not perfect but she is miserable. She craves her father's attention and just wants to feel loved. Her life is nothing if not predictable..or so she thinks! She meets Donil and her whole world changes! With a paranormal twist and some shifter romance...this book is delectably good! I am anxious to see what comes next
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
I loved this book can't find the 2nd one though:(
Autumn2 More than 1 year ago
Even though this book is set way into the future I didn't really get that feel of that which for me was good. I don't really enjoy Sci-Fi books too much but this one was really good. Laylah is not your normal seventeen year old girl, but she doesn't know that. Her father is keeping what she is a secret from her. He wants her to be a human. She is bullied at school though I couldn't understand why. Her father Henry seems to have hatred for Laylah and she can not understand it she tries to be the best daughter she can be. But her house is like a prison to her. She has everything she could ever want but the one thing she truly wants and needs she can't seem to have. That is the love from her father. We learn why Henry treats his daughter the way he does and it has something to do with the past, because the past has now been brought to the present. Zina someone who is full of jealousy and wants to kill Laylah because she is an abomination. As you read you will learn why. When Laylah of course ends up being kidnapped, other weres that Henry does not like come into help. One being Donil he seems to have bonded to Laylah and all I can say is please don't let Henry find out. We see how Laylah slowly and I mean slowly starts sticking up for herself towards the middle end of the book. I was hoping she would as she seems to take too much of what is thrown her way. I totally didn't like her father but of course you can not argue with an Alpha. There seems to be a lot of secrets within this book being kept from all those involved in this story and we all know secrets will soon come out. I do want to read book two as I want to know more about Laylah and if she will be soon told. Will her father ever love her? What will happen between Donil and her and will they get to continue a relationship? Heck I even want to know what one of the members of the council is up to. Pick up this book if you love Weres, it is just not about werewolves you have polar bears, regular bears different animals are through out the story. This story has some sadness to it, but it also has a blossoming love, and action. This book is also free on Amazon and Barnes and Noble at the time of posting.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Tbh i love the book, love it but Laylah cnat stand up for herself like let them have a sassy bad mouth black chick like Moi id be going in on everybody. My dad woulndt talk to me like tht if he do he will die. I know he has the Alpha voice and everything but still and tht bish Veronica i woulda put my hands on her and i double freakin dog DARE somebody to shove me in a locker i will grab thier hair and slam then into the locker as old as the are EX 15= 15 slams
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Tiger_Holland More than 1 year ago
Year: 2220. Planet: New Terra. Laylah Le Croix is a werewolf/werepanther mix, and she's just about the only person who isn't aware of that fact. Her father, DNA researcher and alpha werewolf Henry Le Croix, hid Laylah's heritage from her after her mother's untimely death. Keeping Laylah in the dark is a dangerous move, because it leaves her unaware of the group of rogue weres who view her as an abomination and would love to kill her. But Henry doesn't stop at lying to Laylah about her unusual genetics; he keeps her pumped full of a drug that suppresses her shifting abilities, leaving her as defenseless as a declawed kitten. Her tyrannical father keeps her under an absolute rule which Laylah seldom violates until she meets Donil Silentshadow--a werepanther alpha with whom she feels an instant bond. Donil's encouragement and affection may be just what Laylah needs in order to seek out the truth about herself and grow into the self-sufficient, strong woman she needs to be to face the violent challenges that await her. My favorite heroines are usually strong, driven, make-it-happen types of girls, but Laylah's sweetness and vulnerability won me over. It's easy to understand why she's so timid, since she's spent her whole life being neglected and emotionally abused by her dad. At first I thought Henry was just a gruff crotchety guy who simply didn't understand his daughter or know how to connect with her--kind of like Captain Von Trapp from The Sound of Music--but it soon became apparent that he was a card-carrying villain. I started to grit my teeth every time he entered a scene. With a parent like this, it's no wonder that Laylah is shy and quiet. It's an uphill battle for her to stand up for herself, but she does manage to show her inner strength at various times. I didn't mind that most of the people she met (who weren't trying to kill her) instinctively wanted to hug and protect her, because I felt that way, too, and my sympathy for her made me fairly invested in the romance because I wanted Laylah to get the happiness she deserved. I did have a few problems with the story. On a logical level, I didn't accept Henry Le Croix's combination of characteristics. It seemed incongruous that Henry was an alpha as well as a super-rich research scientist--usually guys who are this wrapped up in their own private studies don't have time for major leadership, let alone leadership of a group of powerful, energetic were-animals. Henry often seems like an absentminded genius absorbed in his lab work, then he'll threaten Jacques for questioning his authority when he's not really exercising it except to tell people to quit messing with him and interrupting his research. I was pleased to find that Werelove: Dusk Conspiracy was never dull. The antagonist, Zina, starts out as a run-of-the-mill villainess, but she gets very twisted as the story progresses, a development which I appreciated. The story itself is very ambitious, with several mini-plots going at the same time (Laylah's life, Henry's research, Donil's thoughts, Zina's aggression, the decisions of the Were Council, etc), separated by numerous short chapters. This book seems to be a first installment, and I'm glad that Laylah and Donil's adventures have just begun. I'll bet things only get more complicated and fun from here on out.