Thursday, January 12, 2012

Running With Wolves

Happy Thursday Everyone,

There's a YA Paranormal trilogy by Andrea Creamer out there full of werewolves...only this isn't your ordinary werewolf--in fact, I kind of hestitate to call them "werewolf" because they're not really like that, they're not a typical werewolf at all. The last one came out January 3, 2012, and it was very good.

Calla Lily--Calla for short--has known all her life that as a Guardian, she was to serve and protect the Keepers and obey their every command. In return, they supply everything a Guardian could need.

In Nightshade, the first in the trilogy, Lumine, Calla's Keeper decides the Nightshades (Calla's wolf pack) and the Banes (rival pack) must unit. Lumine and the Bane's Keeper have arranged for Calla and Bane up-and-coming alpha, Ren to be mates. Calla understands this is how things must be. After all, her kind aren't allowed to choose very many things for themselves. They owe the Keepers everything.

Except, when she meets Shay everything changes.

Then enter the Seekers...enemies of Guardians and Keepers.

Wolfsbane picks up right where Nightshade leaves off and takes you on a ride through how the Seekers operate...and all the lies...when Calla learns the truth, what will she do?

Where Wolfsbane ends, Bloodrose opens. A war is brewing. A line has been drawn firmly in the sand. Guardians are choosing sides. Betrayals have happened. And Calla is torn between her love for Shay and her love for Ren.

The ultimate war between good and evil erupts and Calla is right smack in the middle of everything.

When the dust clears...where will it leave Calla, Ren, and Shay?

Love, loyalty, betrayal, lies, truth, good and evil...Andrea Creamer's Nightshade trilogy is full of surprises. You never know what to expect. The trilogy was like no werewolf (which, given what they are, I'm not sure if "werewolf" is the right term or not) novel I've ever read. Very different. I really enjoyed the first two, and the last has a quite an ending.

Find it at Amazon and Amazon Kindle, as well as Barnes & Noble and Barnes & Noble Nook.

Have A Tantalizing Thursday!


TessStJohn said...

Sounds great!

Bethany said...


It's pretty good. Very different. Lots of action--a lot of paranormal elements. Very talented :-)