Apr 3, 2014

Book Review: Season of the Wolf

Devon James is on the run from a killer who has been hunting her for years. When she discovers the murdered bodies of two co-workers, Devon knows it is time to run again. But before she can run, the police arrive and take her in for questioning.

Jordan Salinger is a Pittsburgh homicide detective on leave after a hostage standoff left her with a bullet wound in her shoulder and an even bigger hole in her heart. When she is called in by her partner to help with an uncooperative witness, Jordan has no idea that the woman holds the key to the murders and to her salvation.

With the murderer stalking them at every turn, can Devon and Jordan overcome the horrors that haunt them in time to save each other?

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I want to let my readers know up front the main characters in this book embrace alternative sexualities but this book is about so much more.  Their attraction to each other is an underlying theme in this story but is far from the main one.  Instead it is a story of horror and of healing.

Both Devon and Jordan are strong women that have been hurt in the past and are still healing.  Devon has been on the run for years from a crazed stalker who wants her dead.  Jordan is a police officer who was wounded in the line of duty and still blames herself for not being able to save everyone. Between staying one step ahead of Devon's stalker, both women grow closer and start to heal.

I found SEASON OF THE WOLF  to be an incredible story.  It is a testament to the strength and healing power of love as well as being a first rate thriller.  I highly recommend this book to any of my readers who are not offended by alternative sexualities.

*** I received this book at no charge from NetGalley in exchange for a fair and honest review.  All opinions expressed within are my own.


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