I’ve known Tee for a while now, have copy-edited/proof-read some of her work in the past and watched her grow as a writer. So when the opportunity to work with her on the first novel she wrote came up, I had to say yes.
Kailin has always been my favourite of Tee’s leading ladies. Kailin has an awesome attitude and she isn’t about to take life sitting down – whatever challenge is thrown at her she faces head on. She kicks ass, literally. I love her independent nature and her fiery side, and I love the vulnerability that she (tries) to hide from most of the world, preferring that everyone thinks she’s invincible. There is virtually nothing you can do to this girl that will break her, because she will always get back on her feet and fight for what she believes in. You gotta respect that.
But thank heavens she’s a skin walker, and a feline at that – she needs all those nine lives!
If you enjoy your fantasy paranormal/urban with a slice of romance, if you like Skin-Walkers and kick butt heroines who are definitely not damsels in distress, then I think you’ll really enjoy this book. Personally, I think it’s her best yet, though of course I am bound to be biased
Panther Shape-shifter Kailin Odel just wants to be normal. Leaving her clan, and her Alpha responsibilities, to live with her grandmother in Chicago had been the best thing for her.
Only then did she discover her ability to track and kill the soul sucking undead creatures called Wraiths. Now she protected the humans, and had something to be proud of.
But, when she discovers the body of a murdered shape-shifter, Kailin has to come to terms with the reality that her own kind are just as vulnerable as the humans.
The closer Kailin gets to the killer the more she has to face the intricacies of her people.
When the time comes can she accept who and what her real purpose is?