The Crescent Review



Synopsis: Becoming a werewolf is not an option for seventeen-year-old Lacey Quinn, but death can be a strong motivator.

Lacey is so focused on her future that everyday life has passed her by. Counting down the days to her eighteenth birthday, Lacey is almost home free. But when she falls for the mysterious Alex Morris, she lands in the middle of an ancient war between two enemy wolf packs. Tempting dreams, tantalizing lies and a dangerous love triangle ensues leaving Lacey heartbroken and confused.

Lacey’s fate rests in the hands of Alex and Brandon, but both are pulling her strings for their own agendas. Even as she slips further into the dark world of werewolves, Lacey struggles to find the truth and save the only family she’s ever known.

Review by Jennifer: I love a good love triangle with a sprinkling of paranormal! This book sucked me in!

Lacey starts another year of school not expecting much to happen. She just can’t wait until her eighteenth birthday. One of her periods at school is working in the front office. She thought it was going to be a bring job until Alex walks in. Alex is a new student and for some strange reason she feels connected to him. She gets these flashes like they have kissed and she can’t explain why she’s drawn to him. He is totally hot and she can’t for the life of her figure out why Alex is attracted to her. She’s not Miss Popular or anything!

Then another new student joins the school. Brandon is just as hot, if not hotter and she keeps having dreams of what looks like a future together with him. Why in the world does she have two hot guys after her?

Things get strange when things start happening that just have to be a dream. Why would she have such a horrible reaction to being near Alex? And where has Brandon been?

The one things that is a constant for a while in her life is her new dog Grant. She found him in her backyard without any tags. He seems to be the one living creature that she can confide in, even though he’s as big as a horse and her parents don’t want him around.

If you love paranormal reads with a love triangle and a little mystery and a threat of death mixed in, then this is the book for you! Jordan Deen sucked me into her world. I could not put this book down!



By Jennifer Laslie Posted in Reviews

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