Wild Night Road.
Darcy and Daire Publishing.
28th July ’14.
Why I picked it up:
Got it off from Net Galley. The author sent the book for an honest review. Since I was yearning fro a little werewolf story, I played the silent spectator.
Welcome to the world of the Kinraven where angels rule, werewolves hunt, and witches fight to survive.
Bartender and witch Lilith Darke knows she took a risk when
she tampered with the mark a werewolf placed on an unsuspecting woman. No one should have noticed what Lilith did, let alone get hurt. But the werewolf involved isn’t just any beast, and the woman he marked hides secrets of her own.
While Lilith struggles to make things right, a new danger
emerges from the abyss between the worlds. An ancient evil known as the Fehin that threatens magickal Kinraven
and ordinary humans alike.
Stopping the mysterious and deadly Fehin will take all of Lilith’s strength. Worse, she’ll have to
cooperate with the shifters she distrusts. If the werewolves don’t kill her,
succumbing to the sexy distraction of Remy Lemarchal just might.
No one ever said being a witch would be easy.
I was quite intrigued with the synopsis. When O received the ARC I was oh so happy. Although the book was okay, there were more bad points than good ones to consider and so that affected my rating.
The protagonist was pretty badass but the other characters were not given as much attention as should have been given.
There were a few flaws and grammatical errors here and there.
I did like the cover.
Just wanted more on the Kinraven.
The end was a bit more interesting.
Also, there were things which didn’t make sense.