Tuesday, 29 November 2011

RJ Scott and Diane Adams - In the Shadow of the Wolf

RJ Scott and Diane Adams have created a fascinating world in their trilogy In The Shadow Of The Wolf. These are not the usual werewolf/shifter stories, the relationships between alphas and betas are intriguing and oull the reader right in - and that goes for the interaction between the wolf and human societies as well.

Just released Broken Memories is the second in the trilogy, following Sam, first introduced in Shattered Secrets.

The third book is Splintered Lies, and will tell Nick and Joe's story. It will be out in 2012 and I, for one, cannot wait!

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Broken Memories Blurb 

Sam Harrison remembers nothing of his former life. All he knows is that he has nightmares that won't leave him alone and an irrational fear of shifting from human to wolf.

Doug McKenna has little respect for any wolf that isn't strong. That Sam was nearly broken is something he can't reconcile. Still, Sam needs looking after, and Doug decides to prove to Sam he has nothing to fear with an Alpha by his side.

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Shattered Secrets Blurb

Jamie is human and he's a wolf. Werewolves aren't just some supernatural fairytale. They are a living breathing part of society. Once they hid their true natures, but now they are out and proud. Wolves are an accepted part of society, but even with all the new laws, it's not easy.

Race relations made society complicated enough, then came the gay rights movement adding a whole new dimension to the struggle for acceptance. Add a new species to the list and you have a whole different world

Rob is a cop and has just passed his thirtieth birthday, being promoted to a special police task force specializing in wolf / human cases. He sees it all. The seedy underbelly of city life, the fights, the murders, and the parts of human / wolf interaction that people would rather ignore. He meets a young man, Jamie, at a club and embarks on the hottest one night stand of his life. Little does he know that his lover is a shifter. He has no worries with wolves, but interspecies relationships are not on his to-do list.

When a case involving kidnappings of young werewolves lands on Rob's desk the ugly face of the werewolf sex trade is something he has to deal with. With Jamie seemingly at the centre of it all can Rob push past his prejudices and keep his lover alive?

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